53 min

Community Connection and the Culture of Food with Julie La Barba, Paging Dr. Mom Health Bite

    • Nutrition

How do we make it easy and relatable for people to get meals on the table?
People have this tendency to overlook the influence we make when we are the ones providing and preparing our household’s meal plan. From buying groceries to having our plates filled, every single bit of that process contributes to the health of our loved ones.
But as things get almost all online these days, it is with no doubt that it’s become harder to leave our screens even just for a while.
Join us today and get the secrets on how to live a fulfilled and healthy life. Find out how to get your fam on a table, working all together for the health of everyone.
Julie La Barba is a board-certified pediatrician, a short order cook, house manager, family concierge whose interest revolves around children, nutrition, and real food. 
In this episode, Julie shares tips from her own studies and experience on how we can have nutritious and delicious food on our table that is all easy to make. Here, she discusses the impact people - especially women - play on the health of their families. Julie and Dr. Adrienne help us to get more intentional about caring for ourselves, with that involving how we prepare and what we eat.

What you will learn from this episode:
Understand the difference it makes when you involve your children on meal planning, grocery shopping, and also cooking meals;Discover the importance of learning how to manage your time, and how it relates to your and your family’s health and wellbeing; andRealize how much of an impact it is that you’re creating when you’re the person who is feeding your family;Find out why it’s a must that you work on goal-setting
“Meals don’t have to be elaborate and expensive to be delicious.”
– Julie La Barba


Key Takeaways:
“Where there’s a will, there’s a way.” – Julie La Barba
“Every person who is feeding a family is important, and you’re probably the most important factor in your family’s health; it’s such an impact that you can have.” – Julie La Barba
“We need to not feel tied to our paycheck. If we’re so tied to our paycheck, in a job that is not fulfilling to us, and we feel like we’re just going through the motions, we are going to [have] burnout. We need some autonomy in terms of our schedule and in terms of having passive income or earning money in different ways – having other outlets to support our family.” – Julie La Barba


Ways to Connect with Julie La Barba:
Website: https://www.pagingdr.mom/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julielabarba/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/julielabarbamd?lang=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/julie-la-barba-md-faap-51776b50/ 

Ways to Connect with Dr. Adrienne Youdim:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dradrienneyoudim/Website: https://www.dradrienneyoudim.com/ 
Check out CHEF’s website and discover recipes for nutritious and delicious food without breaking the bank; also, everything is so easy to make! Just go to https://www.chefsa.org/ 

How do we make it easy and relatable for people to get meals on the table?
People have this tendency to overlook the influence we make when we are the ones providing and preparing our household’s meal plan. From buying groceries to having our plates filled, every single bit of that process contributes to the health of our loved ones.
But as things get almost all online these days, it is with no doubt that it’s become harder to leave our screens even just for a while.
Join us today and get the secrets on how to live a fulfilled and healthy life. Find out how to get your fam on a table, working all together for the health of everyone.
Julie La Barba is a board-certified pediatrician, a short order cook, house manager, family concierge whose interest revolves around children, nutrition, and real food. 
In this episode, Julie shares tips from her own studies and experience on how we can have nutritious and delicious food on our table that is all easy to make. Here, she discusses the impact people - especially women - play on the health of their families. Julie and Dr. Adrienne help us to get more intentional about caring for ourselves, with that involving how we prepare and what we eat.

What you will learn from this episode:
Understand the difference it makes when you involve your children on meal planning, grocery shopping, and also cooking meals;Discover the importance of learning how to manage your time, and how it relates to your and your family’s health and wellbeing; andRealize how much of an impact it is that you’re creating when you’re the person who is feeding your family;Find out why it’s a must that you work on goal-setting
“Meals don’t have to be elaborate and expensive to be delicious.”
– Julie La Barba


Key Takeaways:
“Where there’s a will, there’s a way.” – Julie La Barba
“Every person who is feeding a family is important, and you’re probably the most important factor in your family’s health; it’s such an impact that you can have.” – Julie La Barba
“We need to not feel tied to our paycheck. If we’re so tied to our paycheck, in a job that is not fulfilling to us, and we feel like we’re just going through the motions, we are going to [have] burnout. We need some autonomy in terms of our schedule and in terms of having passive income or earning money in different ways – having other outlets to support our family.” – Julie La Barba


Ways to Connect with Julie La Barba:
Website: https://www.pagingdr.mom/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julielabarba/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/julielabarbamd?lang=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/julie-la-barba-md-faap-51776b50/ 

Ways to Connect with Dr. Adrienne Youdim:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dradrienneyoudim/Website: https://www.dradrienneyoudim.com/ 
Check out CHEF’s website and discover recipes for nutritious and delicious food without breaking the bank; also, everything is so easy to make! Just go to https://www.chefsa.org/ 

53 min