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Dietitians have a lot to say about nutrition, food, and health. Join host Heather Caplan and her registered dietitian (RD) peers as they talk shop, share their philosophies, and keep it real with you. Discussion topics include weight-inclusive nutrition and dietetics, intuitive eating, sports nutrition, career paths, and more.
 
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It's me, your host, Heather Caplan on the finale! My friend, confidant, and now WIND Team member, Kim Hoban, joined me again to help navigate this final conversation for the RD Real Talk show! In this episode, we talk about: why I started the show how I put systems in place what systems I used and how much time it took the "Return on investment" fo…
 
Tessa Nguyen joined this episode of RD Real Talk to chat about accepting her ultimate dream job (with Diversify Dietetics), what happens when recipe bloggers don't do The Work, her four years in South Korea, and so much more! Tessa's multi-ethnic heritage and lived experience across multiple countries have centered her in providing inclusive servic…
 
Shana Spence, MS, RDN, CDN is here to chat about what it’s like on the other side of screen as a social media influencer, and how she runs a business while working a 9-5. Shana shares how she sets social media boundaries, goes through her content creating process and the future of The Nutrition Tea. You probably know Shana from her Instagram accoun…
 
Cara Harbstreet and Whitney Trotter joined this episode LIVE in Denver, CO at the first in-person WIND event since 2020. This was made possible by partnering with Gaudiani Clinic, Eating Disorders Foundation, and SuperBill. We start this conversation off with some fun topics including pet peeves while traveling, favorite emojis, and superpowers. Ca…
 
Kymber Stephenson (she/her) is a Colorado-based dietitian who is especially passionate about disordered eating management and prevention. On this episode, we talk about everything from Kymber’s Shark Tank ideas to her attending culinary school and her work as a culinary dietitian to how she became an eating disorder dietitian. Kymber is focused on …
 
If you're craving a close, consistent community of fellow non-diet providers, but don't know where to go to start building that squad, this is the episode for you. Meet: The Mastermind Group. Facebook groups, Instagram, and big conferences aren't it. A small, tight-knit group of fellow providers who are IN it—business development, anti-diet work, e…
 
Hannah Turnbull is back to talk about all things insurance in a private practice. Hannah gives us the details about how she started taking insurance, why she’s very passionate about other RDs using insurance benefits in their private practice and how to do all of that through a non-diet, weight-inclusive lens. Hannah is a registered dietitian, foun…
 
Wendy Lopez and Jessica Jones are two nationally recognized, weight-inclusive registered dietitans and the founders of Food Heaven. On this episode, we chat about podcasting, business and the evolution of their careers as practioners. Wendy and Jessica have been running the Food Heaven Podcast for 7 years and still continue to find new, interesting…
 
Hannah Turnbull and Morgan Sinclair, hosts of the podcast Weight Inclusive Innovators, join this episode to talk shop about being weight-inclusive Enneagram 7s running a business! Hannah and Morgan have very different businesses, but our brains work in similar ways. (I'm an Enneagram, too! So, I relate.) Being weight-inclusive Enneagram 7s running …
 
Karlee Golightly (they/them) is an eating disorders dietitian and private practice owner in Denver, CO. On this episode, we chat about their fourth year in business, running the show as an Enneagram 9w1 and how those strengths and challenges show up in their brain, and making pivots when it feels like the time to do so! (And how only you can decide…
 
A LOT has happened in the Health at Every Size® and weight-inclusive communities since Marquisele (Mikey) Mercedes published an essay outlining oppressive and harmful interactions with Lindo Bacon on her Patreon. Lindley Ashline shared her own experiences, as did the ASDAH leadership team. You'll find links below to get started, if you missed these…
 
I'll lead with the lead: this is the final season of RD Real Talk podcast...I'm pretty sure! (Said like a true Enneagram 7.) This episode features a sneak peak at the WIND Summer Series. Check it out here: Weightinclusivenutrition.teachable.com! There are (at least) ten SOLID episodes of this show left, and I'm so excited (and feeling lucky) to be …
 
A live group podcast with the WIND community! This episode is a recording from the final session of the recent 4th annual WIND Spring Symposium, and features some of our speakers from the event—Brianna Campos, Narmin Virani, and Kim Hoban. We also hear from a few folx in the "audience". Here are all the links we mention and things we chat about: WI…
 
Erin McDonaugh (she/her) is a writer, fat personal trainer, and fat activist who's especially interested in fat mental health and the negative mental health effects of anti-fatness. On this episode we chat about anti-fatness in various weight-inclusive spaces, negative mental health effects of this anti-fatness on both clients and colleagues, and t…
 
Cara Harbstreet MS RD, she/her, frequent RD Real Talk guest, is back to talk about some fitness things! We start with a casual check in on all things running—a form of movement we both enjoy in different ways. Then we touch on fitness culture and diet culture, scope of practice, and a note on the research and evidence side of things. A content warn…
 
Inspired by Hannah Turnbull and Morgan Sinclair, today, I take some time to share my real talk, non-diet, business recap of quarter one with you. A lot has happened in the Anti-Diet and Weight Inclusive Dietetics space over the last three months, and in addition to having three kids, I tend to put a lot on my ~self-made~ work plate. I took this epi…
 
Amee Severson (she/they) joins this episode to chat about a few big life changes—publishing a book (How to Raise an Intuitive Eater, co-authored with Sumner Brooks), changing their Instagram handle to open up more possibility for what they share on the platform, and sharing their identities as non-binary and queer. We catch up on all of the above! …
 
Ani Janzen MPHD RD, Veronica Garnett MS RD, Dr. Kendrin Sonneville ScD RD, and Cara Harbstreet MS RD joined this episode for a variety of conversations in response to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) "new" suggested guidelines for Adult Weight Management (treatment of "overweight" and "obesity"). CW: stigmatizing and pathologizing langu…
 
David Orozco RD joins this episode to talk about his experiences as a weight-inclusive, non-diet, Latinx dietitian. We talk about about how he has experienced the wrath of diet culture as it tries to demonize foods that remind him of his Columbian upbringing, and how the Intuitive Eating space is a place where he has found comfort in providing soun…
 
WTAF RDs Jenna Werner and Sammy Previte joined this episode to have a casual, fun, and no-BS conversation about needing a break from even the non-diet things, big life changes, and if what we're seeing from diet culture is the $72 Billion industry's last breath. (We can ONLY HOPE!) This Episode Covers: Our non-work related Podcast recommendations T…
 
I have been on the RDRealTalk Podcast train for the past 5 years (WHOA). It’s been nowhere near perfect, but this space is not for perfectionism! It's a space for questioning the ways diet culture has conditioned us to think there's only one way to do things, following the rules, and being "successful". So, for the sake of transparency, in celebrat…
 
Many folx who are ready to divest from diet culture, and want to eat intuitively, also want to keep some of the old with the new. Food tracking provides a sense of control, comfort, safety — maybe all of the above. These apps, like many apps, are designed to create a sense of dependency. But, do we really need them? Are they helpful, and if so, how…
 
Sumner Brooks, MPH RDN, co-author of the new book, How to Raise an Intuitive Eater, joins the show for a conversation about why this book needed to exist, even though we are born as intuitive eaters. This episode covers how strongly diet culture has impacted the way parents feed and nourish their kids, what role social media plays in misinformation…
 
Well, I was ready to tell you why food tracking apps are probably not the "healthy eating" solution you were looking for. But first, I turned to YOU, my community on Instagram @heatherdcRD, and paused to ask you some questions. I could tell I was coming in hot with this topic, and it felt like I needed to stop and actually check in with YOU. And wh…
 
We're human; we want to know if we're doing something right or wrong! Even when we're not dieting, we want to know, are we doing this intuitive eating thing the "right" way? A listener asked what milestones to look for, how to know if they were being "successful" with intuitive eating. So, this episode explores what that looks like, why that questi…
 
"Diet culture loves to oversimplify our experiences, and make them all about food." And I know you're currently getting bombarded with diet culture's messaging about holiday eating! This episode offers you a snippet of a free event I hosted with Athleta last month, "How to Set Intuitive Eating Holiday Intentions!" I offer some reflections and promp…
 
When you think about the words "health" or "healthy", what comes to mind? Is it diet culture's version of health—a body ideal, superfoods, gallons of water, and the perfect exercise routine? On this episode, we're taking a hard look at what we think of when we hear the words health or healthy, and getting honest about how we've probably tried healt…
 
This episode is a short dive into how we UN-learn the idea that foods can be "good" or "bad", "healthy" OR "unhealthy" — the oversimplified categories that diet culture teaches us to apply to food. This is a scam! Food is food. It can't be bad, but it can taste bad. So, let's flip this and reverse it—taking diet culture's game and playing it with o…
 
RDRT is back! It's been a while! But we're here! This teaser episode includes 3 big announcements, including an opportunity work on the RDRT team, client sessions, and an update to the Anti-Diet RD program and supervision group. FILL OUT THIS FORM to submit a question or topic for the show! Thanks for being here. I appreciate you! Your host: @heath…
 
This is a brief preview of the virtual Anti-Diet RD Program I host via Teachable. Registration opens back up in September 2021, via heathercaplan.teachable.com. In this short episode you'll hear about half of the first module, the Foundations of Anti-Diet Work! Obviously you can't see the slides, but hopefully you'll still "get the gist", as they s…
 
How does a business owner in the non-diet space take parental leave? Well, this is one look at one person’s experience! (Mine; it’s my experience.) I’m preparing for my third parental leave as a non-diet business owner and podcaster, and am here to share what that looks like with transparency. If you have questions or find yourself wanting a little…
 
Let's talk about the biases that will, and do, pop up in anti-diet work! Let's talk about unearned privileges—how they influence anti-diet work. And let's definitely talk about trickiness of navigating a shifting RD identity, because it happens to many folx who are doing this work. This episode is a glimpse into the nature of Group Discussions and …
 
This episode features a panel of registered dietitians: April Hackert, Megan Kniskern, and Tammy Beasley. These three dietitians co-authored the Revised Standards of Practice (SOP) and Standards of Professional Performance (SOPP) for Registered Dietitians in Disordered Eating and Eating Disorders, published by the Journal for the Academy of Nutriti…
 
This episode explores four common myths and misperceptions about the non-diet approach and intuitive eating. These are four things that have popped up with my supervision group recently, and I hope chatting about these things helps you too. Enjoy! BIPOC Resource: Sign up for the Anti-Racism Processing Group led by Shelby Gordon and Whitney Trotter …
 
Bri Campos LPC, joins us again on the show to talk about how dietitians can provide body image counseling within our scope of practice. We talk about what is and isn’t in the scope of the dietitian’s practice when it comes to providing body image support, what to consider for your practice and services, what we mean when we say “holding space for,”…
 
Haley Goodrich RDN, CEDRD-S joins me on the show to chat about what clinical supervision looks like for dietitians, some ways it can be helpful, and some real talk about how it is or isn’t accessible. We also address how you can find a supervision relationship that might be good for you and what various supervision options bring to the table. Enjoy…
 
Jessi Haggerty, registered dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor, joins me for the LAST episode on this podcast series of questions! This time, we address some recent diet culture atrocities, answer some big FAQs about non-diet nutrition, and bust some myths along the way. Enjoy! Resources mentioned: Anti-Diet RD Group Supervision only…
 
Jessi Haggerty, registered dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor, joins me for the fourth episode on this podcast series of questions! On this episode we address the question, “What IS weight inclusive care?”. We talk about how weight inclusive care differs from the norms of healthcare, weight stigma, and…how weight management is an ex…
 
Jessi Haggerty, registered dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor, joins me for the third episode on this podcast series of questions! In this episode, we dissect the question, what is intuitive eating? We pull back the big veil that social media often has on the words “intuitive eating.” It is much more than a set of principles, AND we…
 
Jessi Haggerty, registered dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor, joins me for the second episode on this podcast series of questions! Here, we talk about what it means to be “anti-diet”, and to align with this paradigm in the dietetics field. You might feel like you’re seeing “anti-diet” everywhere, but what does it really mean? What …
 
Jessi Haggerty, registered dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor, joins me for a podcast series of questions! In this episode of the series, we totally deconstruct diet culture, why it matters, and how to recognize it in all its sneaky tactics. For example, most recently diet culture decided to slap “Intuitive” in front of fasting, try…
 
Rosie Mensah MPH, RD joins us on the show to give us the real talk on anti-oppression work, launching a course, and being flexible in your experiments. On this episode we also talk about Rosie’s new course for dietitians and RDs2Be, CEDAR (Culture, Equity, Diversity, and Race). We talk about why she created it, what she is teaching fellow dietitian…
 
Bri Campos LPC, aka @bodyimagewithbri (on Instagram and TikTok), gives healthcare practitioners the real talk about body image, secure attachments, and self-esteem. We talk about what body image is and isn't, her own body image process and how it influenced her work, and the influence of body image on our behaviors, lifestyle, and even career choic…
 
Esther Tambe MS, RDN, CDCES joins us to talk about how she opened up her weight-inclusive private practice during a global pandemic. We talk about the behind the scenes pieces of business ownership, how Esther invested in herself throughout the process, how she delegated work, and how she is doing today with her practice. Resources mentioned: Regis…
 
178: Media Tips from an Anti-Diet Journalist Christine Byrne, anti diet journalist, and RD2BE, joins us on the show today. Christine and I dive into the complexities of getting anti diet information into the media. We talk about her experience pitching stories, how weight stigma shows up in the industry, and how the media is evolving. Resources men…
 
Alissa Rumsey MS, RDN joins this episode to chat about her new book, “Unapologetic Eating”! We dive into why she wrote the book, more about the process, and what she learned along the way. This episode is sponsored by Eat Well Connect! Eat Well Connect is a free platform for nutrition professionals that provides bi-monthly newsletters and continuin…
 
This is the first in the RD Real Talk “Anti-Diet Supervision” series! Tabitha Fithian, a graduate student at Virginia Tech, and RD2Be, joins us to get some supervision...about supervision. She asks questions about how to start thinking about supervision, how to begin to understand our own personal biases as we begin this work, and more! This episod…
 
Tina Laboy joins us on the show today from Austin, TX. She holds many certifications—RD, LD, CEDRD-S, CPT—and is the owner of her group practice, TLB Nutrition Therapy, which is what we’re talking about today! On this episode Tina and I chat about all the nitty gritty details of how she built a group practice (a great feat), what she started with, …
 
On today’s episode we are talking about taking your business from Part-Time to Full-Time, a BIG goal that many of you shared with me via an IG poll recently. This episode is all about how to build your business foundation, tangible things that will actually help you grow, and how to set some “Imaginable but Feels Unattainable” goals (big shout out …
 
In this episode you’ll get three tips on staying in this anti-diet work for the long run. Because it can feel like a long process, and there is no destination! So much of this work can be fatiguing, frustrating, challenging...and of course, so rewarding, and so necessary. We’re going against the status quo, and that alone can feel like a struggle. …
 
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