Implicit Bias

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 88: 8 Red Flags of Weight Loss Research – Solo Episode

On this Solo Episode, David explains some of the holes in weight loss research, shines a light on why the research doesn’t support weight loss as a cure for everything, and discusses the difference between weight centric and weight inclusive. He asks “If you are supposed to lose weight to live longer and stay healthy…

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Episode 76: Friday Food Cast – How Weight Loss Articles Send the Wrong Messages

This Friday Food Cast is all about how weight loss articles send the wrong message. We dive into a specific article about how to lose weight with PCOS. This article was reviewed by an intern at TD Wellness, Destiny Gresham. She looked into some of the science research for a few of the points 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 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 21: Implicit Biases and How They Affect Us Men with Patrick Bryant

What does implicit bias mean, and in particularly how does it affect the way we eat, live, play, love, and become gentlemen? In this episode my buddy Patrick (from The Peaceful Place, LLC) and I shoot the breeze again about implicit biases by men toward men; by women toward men; by men toward women, what…

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