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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Diana Rice. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Diana Rice, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Diana Rice. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Diana Rice, often where they are interviewed.

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Supporting moms through the messy business of feeding our families and ourselves with Diana Rice

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In this episode we talk with Diana Rice, RD aka The Baby Steps Dietitian. Diana discusses how her own relationship with food has influenced her interest in the the work she does today as dietitian, Certified Lactation Education Counselor, writer, and mom to two young kids. We talk about the pressure and often unrealistic expectations put on moms around child feeding, family meals, and how moms can shift their approach in a way that will benefit the whole family - including themselves. Finally, Diana shares her personal experience as a parent to a kid with food allergies. 

Follow Diana:

Instagram: @dianakrice 

Facebook: @babystepsRD

Blog posts mentioned:

https://dianakrice.com/my-childs-food-allergy-feels-like-the-worlds-biggest-mom-fail

https://dianakrice.com/a-simple-exercise-to-reframe-how-we-feel-about-feeding-kids/

https://dianakrice.com/allergy-friendly-tikka-masala/

Diana's support group for Food Allergy Moms:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/selfcareforallergymoms/


Our podcast is edited by Liquid Studio (www.liquidstudiosli.com/podcast-editing). Need an editor for your show? Email us at foodconfidencepod@gmail.com for contact info!

Feb 24 2020 · 1hr
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«ПОДКУСТ Special». В гостях у Diana Rice семейство Marple

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Диана «Diana Rice» Шока принимает в гостеприимной студии «ПОДКУСТа» Марию «Mrs.Marple» Ермолину с супругом.
Внутри — об идеальных отношениях, изнуряющей работе, выпуске с Папичем и журнале MAXIM, а еще — осторожно! — специальное заклинание на бурятском.
Dec 01 2019 · 47mins

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How to Learn About Intuitive Eating and Family Feeding with Diana Rice

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Diana Rice, RD, LD, CLEC joins Jennifer to share how she became a Dietitian as a second career specializing in family nutrition after working in media as a journalist, in order to blend her passion for writing and food with her expertise in nutrition.

Together, Diana and Jennifer discuss her path of discovering intuitive eating and how she already naturally lived in alignment with its philosophy, rather than discovering it from struggling with her own food disorder.  

Some of the topics discussed include:

  • Diana’s story of working as an intuitive eating practitioner without having her own recovery story.
  • Her journey of raising a family, moving, and how she’s networked and built a private practice in a family-oriented community.
  • How Diana obtained ‘The SOS Approach to Feeding’ training, to effectively work in family nutrition with millennial parents.
  • How private practice set the foundation for Diana and her future projects and goals.

For more information, visit https://www.pursuingprivatepractice.com/13

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This episode is sponsored by a free on-demand training for professionals, the 5 Secrets To Make Money and Make An Impact In Your Private Practice. On this training, you will discover 5 “Easy to Implement” tactics to GROW your Private Practice with a Specialty in Intuitive Eating.

Nov 04 2019 · 32mins
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06: Cooking with Kids with Diana Rice, RD

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For busy parents and caregivers, it can sometimes feel like an added struggle to get our kiddos eating healthfully and adventurously. As tempting as we make our meals, and as cleverly as we hide those veggies, it can be exhausting trying to get our kids engaged with the food they eat. Well, what if I told you there was an elegant end to the Dinner Wars? Why don’t you pass the mixing bowl or cutting board over to your little one? 

My guest this week is my dear friend Diana Rice. She runs the show at The Baby Steps Dietician blog, and is also involved in Kids Cook Monday. Diana is extremely passionate about getting kids involved in the cooking process. Now, I know what you might be thinking. It’s messy! I’d never trust my toddler with a cutting knife! What’s great about Diana’s approach is that she has easy and (mostly) mess free methods that will engage your children without sacrificing your kitchen. Yes, there might be a Blueberry Smoothie Incident or two (listen for more details,) but the rewards are great. Inspire your children to seek out new flavors and foods with Diana’s simple tips and tricks. Stay tuned for two great recipes: Cheesy Zucchini Black Bean Skillet, and my Hearty Barley Salad with Cucumber, Tomato, and Arugula. 

Show Highlights:

  • Diana shares how her passion for cooking with children has grown. 
  • The documented beneficial effects of cooking with children. 
  • Build a more nutritious diet later in life by developing cooking skills. 
  • An application for real world math and science in the kitchen. 
  • What are the ages and stages for cooking with your children? Diana gives you all the culinary milestones. 
  • Empowering our children by encouraging them to participate in something the entire family can enjoy. 
  • Important tips for knife safety—use the bear claw method! 
  • Embrace the kids cooking war stories, and share a few! 
  • How to get Kids Cook Mondays in your child’s school.
  • Diana shares her favorite cookbooks for parents and caregivers. 
  • Clever ideas for adapting recipes to your children’s taste. 

Links

Diana’s Website

http://dianakrice.com/

Kids Cook Monday

http://www.thekidscookmonday.org/

Family Dinner Date Newsletter

http://www.thekidscookmonday.org/family-dinner-date-newsletter/

Join the Podcast Posse

https://www.lizshealthytable.com/podcast/

Jul 05 2017 · 49mins

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06: Cooking with Kids with Diana Rice, RD

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For busy parents and caregivers, it can sometimes feel like an added struggle to get our kiddos eating healthfully and adventurously. As tempting as we make our meals, and as cleverly as we hide those veggies, it can be exhausting trying to get our kids engaged with the food they eat. Well, what if I told you there was an elegant end to the Dinner Wars? Why don’t you pass the mixing bowl or cutting board over to your little one? 

My guest this week is my dear friend Diana Rice. She runs the show at The Baby Steps Dietician blog, and is also involved in Kids Cook Monday. Diana is extremely passionate about getting kids involved in the cooking process. Now, I know what you might be thinking. It’s messy! I’d never trust my toddler with a cutting knife! What’s great about Diana’s approach is that she has easy and (mostly) mess free methods that will engage your children without sacrificing your kitchen. Yes, there might be a Blueberry Smoothie Incident or two (listen for more details,) but the rewards are great. Inspire your children to seek out new flavors and foods with Diana’s simple tips and tricks. Stay tuned for two great recipes: Cheesy Zucchini Black Bean Skillet, and my Hearty Barley Salad with Cucumber, Tomato, and Arugula. 

Show Highlights:

  • Diana shares how her passion for cooking with children has grown. 
  • The documented beneficial effects of cooking with children. 
  • Build a more nutritious diet later in life by developing cooking skills. 
  • An application for real world math and science in the kitchen. 
  • What are the ages and stages for cooking with your children? Diana gives you all the culinary milestones. 
  • Empowering our children by encouraging them to participate in something the entire family can enjoy. 
  • Important tips for knife safety—use the bear claw method! 
  • Embrace the kids cooking war stories, and share a few! 
  • How to get Kids Cook Mondays in your child’s school.
  • Diana shares her favorite cookbooks for parents and caregivers. 
  • Clever ideas for adapting recipes to your children’s taste. 

Links

Diana’s Website

http://dianakrice.com/

Kids Cook Monday

http://www.thekidscookmonday.org/

Family Dinner Date Newsletter

http://www.thekidscookmonday.org/family-dinner-date-newsletter/

Join the Podcast Posse

https://www.lizshealthytable.com/podcast/

Jul 05 2017 · 49mins