Health

Episode 71: Series – Anti-Diet Approaches to New Year’s Resolutions with Vincci Tsui

This week David interviews Vincci Tsui, a former bariatric dietitian turned certified intuitive eating counselor, in the third Anti-Diet Approach to New Year’s Resolutions series episode During this interview they discuss their similarities as dietitians and Vincci shares with us her one small (anti-diet) bite about New Year’s resolutions. While discussing compassion and curiosity David…

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Episode 68: Series – Anti-Diet Approaches to New Year’s Resolutions with Erica Mouch

This is the last episode of 2020 and the first episode of a new podcast mini-series – Anti-Diet Approaches to New Year’s Resolutions. Over the next several weeks I will have 6 podcasts dedicated to interviewing other Intuitive Eating professionals about New Year’s resolutions. First, is my guest Erica Mouch, owner of Erica Mouch Nutrition….

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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 66: Friday Food Cast – 6 Secrets to Intuitively Steering Through Holiday Food Events

One of the main concerns I hear around this time of year is the stress around holiday food. Stress levels are already high for many of us this year, and holiday tasks/events can heighten this, especially during a pandemic. Stress around holiday foods can be connected to fears of overeating or shame. Triggers like listening…

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Episode 65: Build Confidence and Be an Intuitive Eater with Julie Delucca Collins

This episode is a first for me, I interview a husband and wife and it was so much fun! Julie DeLucca Collins, owner of Go Confidently Coaching and her husband Dan are my guests this week, and I discuss what it means to go confidently and so much more! Julie talks about her journey and…

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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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Episode 61: Think Your Health is Determined by Only What You Eat? Guest Michelle Gooden Makes Us Think Again

I often get asked: “David, what are the foods that are going to enhance my health?”  To which I reply that a person’s health is determined by more than just what they eat. So before we start judging what we eat – and let me tell you, we can be quite critical with our own…

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Episode 60: BONUS Friday Food Hack – One Key Way to Avoid the Food Guilt Around Thanksgiving

One of the most common concerns I hear during Thanksgiving is around the guilt or shame that occurs from all the eating and food. The irony is that part of the reason we love this holiday is because of the food. Yes, it’s of course also because it’s the one time of year we slow…

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