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 and Vincci dive into topics like thin privilege, cultural dissonance between inherited and lived cultures, bariatric surgery and transitioning to Intuitive Eating, and the Canadian health care system. Listen to learn more and hear how reframing judgment into curiosity can help you harness your strengths and live more intuitively.
**Please know that there is a fair amount of talk around bariatric surgery, we recognize this can be a trigger for some, but it was informative and we felt should be shared.**
Vincci Tsui (she/her) is a former bariatric dietitian turned certified intuitive eating counselor and body liberation advocate. She is the author of The Mindful Eating Workbook: Simple Practices for Nurturing a Positive Relationship with Food, and is the Community and Content Associate for Food Psych Programs Inc.
Vincci is passionate about helping people find freedom in their relationship with food and with their body, so that they can confidently step away from diet culture and live life on their own terms. Ultimately, Vincci is on a mission to make dignity, respect, happiness, and health accessible to all bodies.
Vincci takes a collaborative and compassionate approach to nutrition counselling and coaching that is rooted in Health at Every Size, intuitive eating, and mindful eating philosophy. She believes in helping clients learn to listen to their inner wisdom when it comes to making decisions around food, eating, and overall well-being.
Born in Hong Kong and raised in Calgary, Vincci received her Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences from McGill University, and completed the school’s integrated dietetic internship program. She is a proud and active member of the College of Dietitians of Alberta and Dietitians of Canada.
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- Episode 71: Series – Anti-Diet Approaches to New Year’s Resolutions with Vincci Tsui
- Episode 70: Friday Food Cast – 1 YEAR ANNIVERSARY EPISODE!!!
- Episode 68: Series – Anti-Diet Approaches to New Year’s Resolutions with Erica Mouch
- Episode 67: Who Else Wants to Find Balance Nourishing Their Soul? With Tai Chi Master Gu
- Episode 66: Friday Food Cast – 6 Secrets to Intuitively Steering Through Holiday Food Events
- Episode 65: Build Confidence and Be an Intuitive Eater with Julie Delucca Collins
- Episode 64: Part 2 – The Secret to Healthy…It’s Not About Being Skinny with Guest Tiana Dodson
- Episode 63: Part 1 – The Secret to Healthy…It’s Not About Being Skinny with Guest Tiana Dodson
- Episode 62: How Your Health is Determined By the Professional with Guest Tamara Melton
- Episode 61: Think Your Health is Determined by Only What You Eat? Guest Michelle Gooden Makes Us Think Again