Diversity

Part 1: The Secret of How Diet Culture Oppresses and Exploits the LatinX Community with Carolina Guízar

Hola amigos! Welcome back to the One Small Bite Podcast, where David brings an anti-diet approach to help you and Latinx folk make peace with your body and food. OK, you gotta listen in to this episode because this time David is bringing you a 3 Part Series with two amazing and brilliant guests registered…

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How Black Women and BIPoC are Further Marginalize by Diet Culture with Whitney Trotter

Welcome back mis amigos! I’m excited for today’s episode because I have the honor to talk to Whitney Trotter, registered dietitian nutritionist, nurse, and soon to be a DNP (Doctor of Nurse Practice). In this episode we talk about how black women and BIPoC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) are missed diagnosed for disordered…

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How Storytelling Can Transform your Relationship with Your Body with Storyteller Kimberly Dark

In this episode we’ll talk about the importance of how storytelling can transform your personal sovereignty. In other words, we discuss how to hold space for all people, bring more peace and self-compassion and kindness to ourselves, our bodies, and those of others. Today I bring Kimberley Dark to the show. Kimberly is a writer,…

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Episode 90: LatinX and Anti-Diet Approaches with Guest Dalina Soto

David is back with another great episode and this time he’s bring his special guest registered dietitian nutritionist, and just awesomest weight-inclusive LatinX nutritionist out there, Dalina Soto MA, RD, LDN. Dalina is a Spanish speaking registered dietitian and works as one of the few Spanish speaking registered dietitian nutritionists in the Philadelphia area and…

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Episode 85: Body Trust and How it Can Help You Break Free from Diet Culture with Guest Aaron Flores

In episode 85 David interviews guest Aaron Flores, a Body Trust® Certified dietitian based in California, about how body trust can help you break free from diet culture. During their conversation, David and Aaron connect on similarities in their journey to becoming dietitians. They discuss topics like what it is like transitioning from a weight-centric…

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Episode 83: How Body Liberation Frees Us from Diet Culture with Guest Kent Thomas

This week David interviews Kent Thomas, a social worker that focuses on body liberation coaching in Tacoma, WA. In this podcast David and Kent discuss difficult questions and thought provoking ideas around food, eating disorders, and body liberation. David asks Kent what body liberation is; They discuss queerness and Christianity, body shaming in the gay…

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Episode 67: Who Else Wants to Find Balance Nourishing Their Soul? With Tai Chi Master Gu

This podcast is a little different than many I have done before. This week on One Small Bite, I interview Tai Chi Master Gu and apprentice George Thompson from Tai Chi, Qi Gong & Taoist Academy in Central China’s Wudang Mountains. We recorded this podcast in different countries on different continents which to me is…

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Episode 64: Part 2 – The Secret to Healthy…It’s Not About Being Skinny with Guest Tiana Dodson

So, the conversation continues! In part 2, I finish my amazing conversation with guest Tiana Dodson. As a reminder: Yes, you can be happy and healthy in a fat body––period. Tiana continues to share her story with us and touches on how difficult it is to find, and is to have an identity true to…

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Episode 63: Part 1 – The Secret to Healthy…It’s Not About Being Skinny with Guest Tiana Dodson

Here’s a radical thought – thinness is NOT next to Godliness! Yup, that’s right, and in this two-part series you’ll hear my next guest talk about her approach to having a healthy and happy life in a fat body. Yes, you can be happy and healthy in a fat body––period. This has been one of…

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Episode 62: How Your Health is Determined By the Professional with Guest Tamara Melton

In this episode registered dietitian nutritionist Tamara Melton with Diversify Dietetics, speaks to us about how she is increasing the racial and ethnic diversity in the field of nutrition by empowering black nutrition leaders of tomorrow. This is vital as over 81% of registered dietitian nutritionist are white, and only 3% are black, which is…

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