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Dietitians Unplugged Podcast

Welcome to the Dietitians Unplugged Podcast with Aaron Flores and Glenys Oyston.  Join us as we explore the idea of health and wellness from a new perspective. Each episode we will discuss topics that we hope to help you improve your health, body image and fitness without obsessing on the scale or counting calories.  We believe in Health at Every Size®, Intuitive Eating, and body positivity and we want to help you build the confidence to ditch the scale, and embrace your health without shaming your body.

Nov 16, 2018

In this episode, Aaron and Glenys interviewed two leaders in the Binge Eating Disorder (BED) and Health at Every Size® community, Amy Pershing and Chevese Turner to discuss their new book Binge Eating Disorder: A Journey to Recovery and Beyond. They discuss the book and share valuable insights into the treatment...


Oct 29, 2018

Aaron and Glenys talk to journalist Virginia Sole-Smith, author of The Eating Instinct: Food Culture, Body Image and Guilt in America. Her work has appeared in the New York Times Magazine, Harper’s, Elle and many other publications. She’s also a contributing editor with Parents Magazine and co-host of the Comfort...


Oct 10, 2018

Aaron and Glenys get together to talk about the sensation and then backlash of Tess Holiday of Cosmo; SELF magazine’s recent evolution toward Health at Every Size; how we help our clients define “health” for themselves; and what being a non-diet dietitian means to us.

 

Show notes:

Why Piers Morgan sucks


Aug 22, 2018

Aaron and Glenys welcomed Elizabeth Ayiku to the Podcast to share her story about her eating disorder experience as well as her work as a filmmaker.  Her current project is a feature film about a woman of color living who is struggling with an eating disorder, going trough treatment while also juggling her career. This...


Aug 9, 2018

Aaron and Glenys talk to Queer Fat Femme Bevin of Fat Kid Dance Party about how she's helping people heal from body oppression through fun and accessible dance classes. A childhood of bullying because of her weight kept her off the dance floor until she found body liberation activism, the idea that all bodies are worthy...