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Giving Dietitian-Nutritionists an internationally recognized voice. Listen, laugh and learn a bit as we discuss nutrition, food culture, exercise and well-being amongst other speciality topics that are sure to arise.

Indigenous Nutritionist Kelly Jacqueline Ahearn

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0, 2 Ratings

Giving Dietitian-Nutritionists an internationally recognized voice. Listen, laugh and learn a bit as we discuss nutrition, food culture, exercise and well-being amongst other speciality topics that are sure to arise.

    Travel to Egypt with Dietitian Hanady

    Travel to Egypt with Dietitian Hanady

    Listen in as Dietitian Hanady and I talk about her research work focusing on hypertension, diabetes and malnutrition at schools in Egypt, her passions including sports and geriatric nutrition, some traditional Egyptian foods, such as one of my personal favorites Molokhia (or Mulukhiyah), and more! You can reach Hanady on Facebook @nutrihanadysheha and on Instagram @Hanadysheha as well as on my website in the Dietitian Directory. 🙏

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    • 37 min
    Travel to Nigeria with Dietitian Erike Ozioma

    Travel to Nigeria with Dietitian Erike Ozioma

    Listen in as Erike Ozioma and myself chat about her work with HIV patients, the youth and helping those who have blood sugar issues learn healthier habits. In addition, we chat about the versatile Nigerian cuisine, indigenous Bambara nuts, and the importance of the dietitian’s role on a global level. You can find Erike Ozioma on Instagram at @ive.erike on Facebook at Omar Erike and on LinkedIn via https://www.linkedin.com/in/erike-o-59424266 🙏

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    • 33 min
    A trip from India to Michigan with Dietitian Moushumi

    A trip from India to Michigan with Dietitian Moushumi

    Listen in as I chat with Dietitian Moushumi about her consulting business, her approach towards helping clients (primarily women 40 years of age and older) adapt to and adopt healthier habits and, of course, mangoes from India! Currently based in Michigan and born in India Moushumi has great insight on the food culture in India and how this may present both challenges and opportunities here in the US. I learned a few things too, specifically about Bengali foods. You can reach Moushumi on Facebook and Instagram at @dietitianmoushumi and listed in the Indigenous Nutritionist Dietitian Directory on my website. 🙏

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    • 41 min
    Welcome Back After Brief Summer Break- WHO Report- Volunteer

    Welcome Back After Brief Summer Break- WHO Report- Volunteer

    No interviews during this episode. Listen in as I recap who I have interviewed in the past, a brief review of the WHO Report on Hunger, the importance of volunteer work, and what ( or who), I may have on the podcast coming up!

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    • 26 min
    Off-the-grid August interview with my Mom, Joanne Ahearn

    Off-the-grid August interview with my Mom, Joanne Ahearn

    For my mini off-the-grid August series I interviewed my Dad and now my Mom, Joanne Ahearn. Listen is as we chat about growing up in the Mid-West, what a family a family of 15 kids ate for dinner, what my Mom made me for baby food, what she has fermenting in the kitchen in California now, and more!

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    • 41 min
    Episode 6, August Intermission. Special Interview with my Dad Peter (Klaus) Ahearn

    Episode 6, August Intermission. Special Interview with my Dad Peter (Klaus) Ahearn

    Part of my mini semi-off-the- grid-August series this is a special episode of my interview with my Dad. Listen in as we travel through the decades starting with his arrival into America from Germany in 1956 to growing up in small town Maine in the 60's, meeting my Mom in Texas in the 70's, what he recognizes as the biggest changes when it comes to American food culture up until now, and more!

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    • 48 min

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It’s so exciting to see a dietitian entering the podcast world! Refreshing, informative and fun.

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