health

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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Special Episode 84: Friday Food Cast – COVID: A Year in Remembrance

This Friday Food Cast is a special episode where David reflects on a year of living through the COVID-19 pandemic. He talks about the experiences of his two siblings fighting off COVID, the impacts COVID has had on his business, and what we can continue to do keep ourselves and others safe. It’s been just…

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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 72: Series – Anti-Diet Approaches to New Year’s Resolutions with Tiffany Thoen

This week David interviews Tiffany Thoen, a registered nurse and certified intuitive eating counselor, in the fourth episode of the Anti-Diet Approach to New Year’s Resolutions series. Tiffany shares her journey to finding Intuitive Eating, her and David discuss what body attunement is, and much more. At the beginning of this podcast David starts with…

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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 57: How to Life with Guest Dr. Laura Jaget

How to Life is the title of my next guest’s podcast, YouTube channel, and website. In this episode of the One Small Bite podcast Dr. Laura Jaget talks to us today about her show and how her own life experiences have helped her develop a resource that helps young adults learn to survive and thrive…

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