May 26, 2021
This week we have one of our favorite guests BACK on the podcast talking about the many ways fatphobia shows up in public health initiatives. Marquisele Mercedes is a doctoral student and writer from the Bronx and her doctoral training and interests are at the intersection of fat studies and scholarship on race/ism. She...
May 19, 2021
Being in constant pain all the time is incredibly debilitating and can impact all areas of life.
Oftentimes invisible to others, so many people (especially women) suffer in silence and have their experience with chronic pain questioned or dismissed. Today we’re talking with Jessica Murnane, author of the new book...
May 12, 2021
Did you know that less than 6% of people with eating disorders are medically diagnosed as “underweight”? Atypical anorexia is a type of eating disorder where patients present with restrictive behaviors and fear of weight gain but don't meet the low weight criteria seen in anorexia nervosa.
In this podcast episode,...
May 5, 2021
Did you know that trauma plays a huge role in our
relationship with food? Today on the podcast, we sat down with
anti-racism educator, dietitian, and nurse, Whitney Trotter
@whitneytrotter.rd to talk about alllll the ways trauma intersects
with our health and nutrition. <p><p><p>
We’ll specifically be diving into...