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Sound Bites with Melissa Joy Dobbins

Hosted by award-winning Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Melissa Joy Dobbins, the Guilt-Free RD - "because food shouldn't make you feel bad!" TM. The Sound Bites Podcast delves into the science, psychology and strategies behind good food and nutrition. Join Melissa as she interviews experts including researchers, academics, authors, dietitians, nutritionists and more. Topics include: healthy diets, dieting and weight management, diabetes, agriculture, farming, and other hot topics in the media. Melissa promotes sound science, smart nutrition and good food - and wants you to walk away with credible information to help you make your own, well-informed nutrition decisions based on facts, not fear. For more info visit: www.SoundBitesRD.com
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Now displaying: July, 2017
Jul 25, 2017

“Ditching diets doesn’t mean you are letting yourself go; it means you are letting yourself be.” – Beth Rosen

 

Beth Rosen, MS, RD, CDN is a Registered Dietitian and owner of Goodness Gracious Living Nutrition.  She practices a non-diet philosophy and is a Health at Every Size® practitioner.  Her practice is located in Southbury, CT and virtually.  Beth has a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree, both in Nutrition, and has been working in the field for over 20 years. She subscribes to a non-judgmental, weight-neutral approach to wellness and has credited her clients’ success to the idea that small changes add up to big results.  Beth provides her clients with the tools to restore their bodies to health – whether it is by freeing themselves from the vicious, chronic cycle of dieting and empowering them to heal their relationship with food and their body, or freeing themselves from the quality-of-life altering symptoms of digestive diseases.  In addition to working one-on-one with clients, Beth has written for major publications, overhauled school lunch programs, and created nutrition programming for individuals and community groups.  

You can read the full show notes at www.soundbitesrd.com

Jul 13, 2017

“Don’t fall prey to diets that eliminate whole food groups, especially grains and carbs. Whole grains like sorghum can provide beneficial nutrients to the diet and allow some great fun and variety, too.” – Lauren Harris-Pincus

 

Sorghum was recently named the “It Grain” by the James Beard Foundation. It’s a naturally gluten-free whole grain, it’s high in fiber and antioxidant rich, and it’s good for digestive health and blood pressure. On this episode we hear from a dietitian and recipe developer who shares tangible tips to use sorghum in your diet to boost your nutrition, and a representative from the United Sorghum Checkoff Program (USCP) about the history, farming and sustainability of sorghum, as well as tips for using sorghum syrup as a marinade blend when you’re grilling!

Lauren Harris-Pincus, MS, RDN, is a nutrition communications specialist, speaker, spokesperson, and dietitian in private practice where she specializes in weight management and prediabetes. She is the owner and blogger behind nutritionstarringyou.com and author of the newly released book: The Protein-Packed Breakfast Club, which features easy, high protein breakfast recipes with 300 calories or less to help you lose weight and boost metabolism. She is a consultant for the USCP.

Doug Bice is the Market Development Director for the USCP and has a background in the Battery Industry, Metals Recycling, and Biofuels.

You can read the full show notes at www.soundbitesrd.com

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