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RD Real Talk - Registered Dietitians Keeping it Real

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Rank #37 in Nutrition category

Health & Fitness
Nutrition
Science
Social Sciences
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Dietitians have a lot to say about nutrition, food, and health. Join host Heather Caplan and her registered dietitian (RD) peers as they talk shop, share their philosophies, and keep it real with you. Discussion topics include weight-inclusive nutrition and dietetics, intuitive eating, sports nutrition, career paths, and more.

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Dietitians have a lot to say about nutrition, food, and health. Join host Heather Caplan and her registered dietitian (RD) peers as they talk shop, share their philosophies, and keep it real with you. Discussion topics include weight-inclusive nutrition and dietetics, intuitive eating, sports nutrition, career paths, and more.

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By La Eathority - Oct 27 2019
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Awesome HAES-aligned content!!!

LOve!

By VeriWell - Oct 11 2019
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Very helpful info and loving the HAES series :)

iTunes Ratings

165 Ratings
Average Ratings
155
2
5
2
1

Great!

By La Eathority - Oct 27 2019
Read more
Awesome HAES-aligned content!!!

LOve!

By VeriWell - Oct 11 2019
Read more
Very helpful info and loving the HAES series :)
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RD Real Talk - Registered Dietitians Keeping it Real

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Dietitians have a lot to say about nutrition, food, and health. Join host Heather Caplan and her registered dietitian (RD) peers as they talk shop, share their philosophies, and keep it real with you. Discussion topics include weight-inclusive nutrition and dietetics, intuitive eating, sports nutrition, career paths, and more.

Rank #1: 23: AMENorrhea and the ethics of practicing however you want to

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Robyn (Coale) Nohling and I team up to double down on the real talk. Robyn's site, The Real Life RD, is a mix of her nursing and nutrition expertise. We share a passion for talking about amenorrhea, so this conversation became a nerdy fertility deep dive. Robyn shares her opinions and knowledge with a dose of her signature sass. We also cover her internship experience, some amazing career advice, and what the "tickets to health" but actually be. (Spoiler Alert: it's not a cocktail of wellness supplements.) 

For topic or subject requests, fill out the RD Real Talk Listener Survey: hdcrd.typeform.com/to/JuJARt

In the conversation: 

  • A little bit about Disney
  • What happens when you get your 5th choice internship
  • Career advice we should have all received early on
  • Amenorrhea and all the things we know, plus many that we don't
  • Recovery, wellness, and the easiest way(s) to stay "healthy"
  • Thyroid hormones and what to look for 
  • Coming soon: Robyn's signature screening tool for physicians (!!!) 

Robyn Nohling, RDN FNP | www.thereallife-rd.com

Twitter and Instagram: @thereallife_RD

Jul 07 2017

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Rank #2: 49: IE Principle 1 - Rejecting the Diet Mentality

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Sumner Brooks, an eating disorder dietitian and founder of EDRDpro, joins me to discuss the first principle of Intuitive Eating, Rejecting the Diet Mentality. As long as the diet mentality is prioritized—or as Sumner puts it, we make food decisions based on the outcome expected—it will be nearly impossible to eat intuitively. 

ETA: There seems to have been an issue with the audio recording, so Sumner's voice sounds a little off. Technology isn't always our best friend. :) 

While listening to this episode, think about your own diet mentality and what drives the food choices you make every day. Are you avoiding or working toward a certain outcome (e.g. weight, "health", or something else)? Or are you trying to tune into your body's signals of hunger, fullness, satisfaction, etc? (More on all of that to come!) 

It may be uncomfortable to realize that even though you may not be following a "diet," there are still many filters, or rules, by which you make food decisions. We know how that feels. We've been there. Stick with us.

We give examples of the various levels of diet thinking, and how to work through this principle to bring yourself some food freedom. It helps you build the foundation on which you'll continue to build your intuitive eating habits throughout this series. 

Questions? Reach out anytime: RDRealTalk at Gmail dot com. 

For more information about this series, and my work, visit HeatherCaplan.com or follow along @HeatherDCRD on Twitter, @RDRealTalk on Instagram, and Facebook

Follow Sumner's work on EDRDpro.com, and sign up for her upcoming EDRDPro Symposium

Subscribe to the weekly RD Real Talk newsletter for more show notes, Off the Air anecdotes, and weekly reads! 

Jan 10 2018

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Rank #3: 48: Drop the diet - IE Series Introduction, with co-author Evelyn Tribole

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Now is not the time to start a new diet, or "get back on track"—neither is tomorrow, nor the day after that. It won't work. But we have something else for you, that just might save your sanity. 

Introducing: RD Real Talk's first series, on Intuitive Eating

Evelyn Tribole, MS RD is the co-author of the book Intuitive Eating: A Revolutionary Program That Works. It is NOT a diet; it is not an eating plan; it is not a set of nutrition rules. And it is not simply eating when you're hungry, and stopping when you're full. 

Evelyn helps me kick off a 10-episode series on Intuitive Eating (IE), in which I cover each of the 10 principles with fellow dietitians and therapists. She takes us back to 1995, when the book was first published, and how she and her co-author, Elyse Resch, finally decided enough was enough. No more putting clients on diets, no more weight loss plans, no more pretending that either of these things "work" for people. They questioned and challenged traditional dietetic practices, found the research to support their paradigm, and put it out to the world. 

She's NOT into this whole "clean eating" movement, wonders when taking pride in the way we eat became important to our identities (a la Orthorexia), and indulges a burning question I had about her Olympic Trials Marathon run (🤓). 

I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did, and can't wait to share the rest of the IE series with you! Stay tuned. 

Questions? Check out the series page on my website: heathercaplan.com . Subscribe to the weekly newsletter. And reach out via email anytime! 

Twitter: @heatherdcRD

Instagram: @RDRealTalk

Interested in the EDRDPro Symposium? Sign up for details by clicking here

Jan 02 2018

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Rank #4: 19: You might love this type of internship

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Kylie Mitchell is baaaack! You may know her as ImmaEATthat, on instagram and through her Eating Disorder (ED) recovery blog (immaeatthat.com). We talk about her new pregnancy feels, body changes, and how that first trimester has felt for her. (She also has some thoughts on pregnancy books, and which ones may not be worth a read.) We answer a listener’s question, cover some news in the ED world, and Kylie gets real about why she originally started posting recipes to her blog. Bonus: Some well thought-out ideas on how to revamp the dietetic internship experience. It involves less Jell-o and more Netflix.

BTW, have you taken the RD Real Talk Listener Survey? I want to know what you want more (or less) of on the show! Take it---> hdcrd.typeform.com/to/JuJARt (Thanks!)

Listener question: How are stress, amenorrhea, and moodiness related? (The negative loop of emotions is something I’ve experienced, as well.)

Resource plugs: Kylie’s site, the nonprofit I started in DC called the Lane 9 Project, and Robyn Coale’s Real Life RD.  

In the news:

Kylie Mitchell: @immaeatthat (Twitter and Instagram), immaeatthat.com

Jun 09 2017

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Rank #5: 85: Why to avoid the Whole30 in January (and the rest of the year)

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Jessica Jones, dietitian and host of Food Heaven podcast, joins me to chat about her career, and then, Whole30. January seems like the most popular time for people to "try" the Whole30, so we're here to try and help you avoid that path. I put out a call to social media, asking people why they've done the Whole30, and what they liked about it, to try and integrate various perspectives. 

Tune into our conversation to learn why Whole30 isn't the best way to adopt new habits like meal planning, trying new recipes, and eating to feel better. There are many other ways to do all of the above, without extreme food restrictions or rigid food rules. 

We address: meal planning, recipes, digestive issues, sugar addiction (or lack thereof), PCOS, and the hidden threat of deprivation. 

Most of the things we talked about:

Other stuff:

Join the extended podcast conversations and meet fellow real-talkers by joining our community, Patreon.com/RdRealTalk

Your host, Heather Caplan: HeatherCaplan.com, @heatherDCRD, @RDRealTalk

Have you left a review on iTunes yet? If not, please do! Click here and tap the stars.

Questions or requests for the show? Reach out: RDRealTalk @ Gmail.com

Dec 21 2018

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Rank #6: 27: It is a VERY small (dietetic) world

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Emily Wetzel joins the show from Chicago! As a contractor with Dietitians on Demand, she wears many dietitian hats. Emily and I chat about the small world of dietetics, which relates to her advice for any and all new dietetic students and interns. We answer two listener questions, then dive into why consumers are more interested in sugar than meat (or cooking with "raw ingredients"). 

Questions: 

1) In my internship, there were only a couple of rotations where I felt RDs were a valued member of the team. What can we do as a profession to change this and make it better for the next generation of dietitians?

2) I know for sure that I want to work in the field of food and nutrition, but I am fairly sure I am not interested in clinical. I'm worried I won't enjoy it at all, and it might trigger past ED behaviors. Should I purse the RD certification?

In the news: 

Nearly half of US consumers are trying to reduce the sugar they eat (FoodNavigator)

Younger consumers, however, are more interested in eating less meat. Either way, the top barrier to change is feeling tempted by these foods, and the perceived cost of healthy eating. How can we help?

Emily Wetzel, RD LDN | @HealthyHappy_U

Aug 11 2017

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Rank #7: 9: EDBs are a real thing

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Kylie Mitchell is in the house! We talk all things related to eating disorders this week, because that's her specialty (and I'm learning). We answer our first listener question, which leads to a stomach-acid-jacuzzi visual. Sometimes "real" gets weird. In the nutrition news: - Why teens (and adults) are not seeking eating disorder (ED) treatment - What should gyms do about compulsive over-exercisers (if anything)? Bonus: The #realtalk moment Kylie realized she was not meant to be a veterinarian. Kylie Mitchell: immaeatthat.com | @immaEATthat (Instagram)

Apr 07 2017

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Rank #8: 101: Intuitive Eating isn't the diet fix you've been waiting for

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Crystal Savoy MS RD joins me on the show to talk about her career path, how to stop counting calories (or help your clients through it), body changes, and grieving the thin ideal. Crystal studied at Simmons College, gaining a rare dietetics education in eating disorder treatment, and quickly landed her dream job as an associate dietitian with Real Life Women's Health (led by Robyn Nohling FNP RD). 

Things we talk about: 

More about: Crystal Savoy MS RD | @brainnutritionRD

Other stuff:

Be part of the extended podcast conversations and meet fellow real-talkers by joining our Patreon community, for just $1.

Learn more about the Weight Inclusive Nutrition & Dietetics Events: weightinclusivenutrition.com

Your host, Heather Caplan: HeatherCaplan.com, @heatherDCRD, @RDRealTalk.

Have you left a review on iTunes yet? If not, please do! Click here and tap the stars.

Questions or requests for the show? Reach out: RDRealTalk @ Gmail.com

Last but not least, get more RD Real Talk from the newsletter, landing in your inbox weekly!

Apr 05 2019

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Rank #9: 72: Q&A* - Trusting IE over calorie counting, a future HAES doctorate, Orthorexia, and more!

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I asked for questions, you answered. Then, I answered your questions! But first, read the disclaimer below.

These listener-submitted inquiries touch on topics such as questioning Intuitive Eating or calorie counting, how to tell if a client is "interested" in nutrition or obsessing over it, how to do research in a weight-neutral paradigm, how to learn more about the "business side" of dietetics, and recovering from disordered eating. 

Resources mentioned: 

Questions or comments or thoughts? Email me! RDRealTalk@Gmail dot com.

If you're enjoying the show, leave a review on iTunes!

And, last but not least, the Patreon page! Support RD Real Talk, and get access to the now-exclusive coaching episodes, by supporting the show. You can start with $1!

*Disclaimer: While I am a registered dietitian, and speaking to topics that my work focuses on (Orthorexia, Hypothalamic amenorrhea, intuitive eating, and disordered eating), these answers are in no way meant to replace, or be a substitute for, personalized medical and nutrition advice from your primary care physician and/or personal dietitian. I've answered these questions with the information I had available, but these answers are not meant to be prescriptive or diagnostic, and I am not responsible for any errors or omissions, and we accept no liability whatsoever for any loss or damage you may incur. Please seek individual care from your healthcare team as needed. 

Aug 18 2018

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Rank #10: 75: Bringing IE to Athletes Both During & After College (pt 2)

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Jennie Zabrinski is a sports dietitian, former college athlete, and intuitive eater. She's the Associate Athletics Director for Sports Nutrition at Virginia Tech, and has been a collegiate sports dietitian for eight years. Recently, she launched an Instagram account (@followyourblissnutrition) for college athletes learning to navigate the real world, without a rigid training schedule or dining hall menu. We talk about how she's gradually bringing IE to college sports nutrition, and why her new Instagram nutrition resource may be crucial to helping athletes figure out their relationship with food outside of sports.  

If you're interested in the Fit Fueling course I lead online, check out FitFueling.com. Our Hypothalamic Amenorrhea recovery course starts soon! Register here

If you want to learn more about Intuitive Eating, listen to the series on this podcast! It launched in January 2018, and takes a deep dive into each of the 10 principles.

Questions or comments? Reach out anytime: RDRealTalk@gmail.com

Follow along on Instagram: @RDRealTalk

Sep 07 2018

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Rank #11: 97: Real Talk with the Real Life RD

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Robyn Nohling, aka The Real Life RD and head dietitian at Real Life Women's Health, joins me on this episode to chat everything from the working-mom-life to private practice to our stance on the term "Ideal" body weights.

This is our first episode co-hosting the show (with many more to come), so let us know what you think!

Links: 

Questions, comments, concerns, or feedback about this episode (#97): Email me anytime, RDRealTalk at gmail.com

Support the show and chat with me every month, by becoming a Patreon member for just $1!

Keep in touch by subscribing to the RD Real Talk Newsletter.  

Mar 08 2019

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Rank #12: 114: An intro to Health at Every Size® with Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani

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Welcome to the RD Real Talk HAES® podcast series! It starts with this introduction episode, featuring an interview with Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani, aka Dr. G. She's a HAES®-aligned physician who specializes in the treatment, and medical management of, eating disorders. Dr. G is humble, honest, passionate, and knowledgeable with it comes to everything, but especially weight-inclusive, non-harming care for her patients. 

Learn more about Dr. G's work: 

More resources: 

Learn more about Weight Inclusive practices by joining a WIND event, or registering for our webinars!

Stay tuned for episodes diving into each principle of HAES®, and follow along for updates @RDRealTalk (your host, Heather Caplan), and via theRD Real Talk from the newsletter. 

Have you left a review on Apple Podcasts yet? If not, please do! Click here and tap the stars.

Questions? Reach out: RDRealTalk @ Gmail.com and your question may be added to our HAES® Q&A episode at the end of the series!

This podcast is produced by Liquid Sound Studios

Aug 29 2019

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Rank #13: 50: IE Principle 2 - Honor Your Hunger

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Jennifer McGurk joins me to discuss Intuitive Eating principle #2: Honoring Your Hunger. At the time of recording, I was pregnant and she had just given birth, so we start with some real talk about the IE lessons these experiences will teach you! If you decide to skip ahead, we get into the principle and how it's essential to intuitive eating. It's also essential to have acknowledged your diet mentality, and put any goals of weight loss (or "management" aside) in order to really hear and heed your body's hunger signals. 

Jennifer is an eating disorder specialist, so part of our conversation touches on how this principle is used for eating disorder treatment, when appropriate. 

Check out Jennifer's work and resources on her site: EatwithKnowledge.com

Questions? Reach out anytime: RDRealTalk at Gmail dot com.

For more information about this series, and my work, visit HeatherCaplan.com or follow along @HeatherDCRD on Twitter, @RDRealTalk on Instagram, and Facebook.

Register for the EDRDPro Symposium for 12 CEUs and information from 12 Eating Disorder experts! The symposium starts March 1, 2018.

Subscribe to the weekly RD Real Talk newsletter for more show notes, Off the Air anecdotes, and weekly reads!

Stay tuned to learn about principle #3 (Make Peace With Food) next, with Julie Duffy Dillon! 

Jan 17 2018

52mins

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Rank #14: 105: Unleash the Carbs!

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Kara Lydon, aka The Foodie Dietitian, and carb afficionado, joins me to talk about All Things Carbohydrates, and why it's okay to consume carbs, regularly. We also talk about her career evolution—from Big Company Marketing Expert to Entrepreneur with a Part-Time Private Practice and Media/Consulting business. 

THE Carbohydrate Resource: Make Peace With Carbs 

Kara's recipes and work can be found on her site: KaraLydon.com

Other stuff:

Be part of the extended podcast conversations and meet fellow real-talkers by joining our Patreon community, for just $1.

Learn more about the Weight Inclusive Nutrition & Dietetics Events: weightinclusivenutrition.com

Your host, Heather Caplan: HeatherCaplan.com, @heatherDCRD, @RDRealTalk.

Have you left a review on iTunes yet? If not, please do! Click here and tap the stars.

Questions or requests for the show? Reach out: RDRealTalk @ Gmail.com

Last but not least, get more RD Real Talk from the newsletter, landing in your inbox weekly!

May 03 2019

53mins

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Rank #15: 112: How to work through food comparisons

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Heather and Robyn keep this holiday-week episode simple, focusing on a listener question about how to handle social (and familial) food comparisons when eating. They provide intuitive eating, and mindfulness-based nutrition therapy tips for RDs and non-RDs alike. 

Disclaimer: Answers to listener questions are provided with the intent to help educate, inform, and give food for thought. These episodes are not meant to replace individual nutrition counseling or medical care. 

For a chance to get your question answered on an upcoming show, reach out anytime: RDRealTalk at gmail dot com. 

For more about each episode, go to heathercaplan.com/realtalk

Other stuff: 

Learn more about the Weight Inclusive Nutrition & Dietetics Events: weightinclusivenutrition.com

Your hosts: 

Heather Caplan RD : Twitter: @heatherDCRD, Instagram: @RDRealTalk

Robyn Nohling RD FNP: @thereal_lifeRD, Real Life Women's Health

Have you left a review for the show yet? If not, please do! Click here and tap the stars.

Last but not least, get more RD Real Talk from the newsletter, landing in your inbox weekly! 

Jul 05 2019

42mins

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Rank #16: 51: IE Principle 3 - Make Peace With ALL Foods

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Julie Duffy Dillon, aka the Food Peace RD, joins me to discuss Intuitive Eating (IE) Principle #3: Make Peace With Food. All foods! Not just the healthy, or "fun", foods. 

We start by outlining what's called "The Last Supper Phenomenon" of dieting. This sets everyone up for failure, yet we see it happen so often.  It's just one factor that pulls your dieting pendulum too far to one side, so it will inevitably swing right back. 

Julie and I dig into the importance of making peace with all foods, how this concept is largely misunderstood, and what steps anyone can take to start the process. As Julie says, EVERY food has its place, and anything can be unhealthy for us in excess. (Yep, even broccoli!)

Next up: Dietitian Emily Fonnesbeck and I review Principle #5, asking you to Challenge the Food Police. 

Questions? Reach out anytime: RDRealTalk at gmail dot com.

For more information about this series, and my work, visit HeatherCaplan.com or follow along @HeatherDCRD on Twitter, @RDRealTalk on Instagram, and Facebook.

Subscribe to the weekly RD Real Talk newsletter for more show notes, Off the Air anecdotes, and weekly reads!

Register for the EDRDPro Symposium for 12 CEUs and information from 12 Eating Disorder experts! The symposium starts March 1, 2018.

Jan 24 2018

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Rank #17: 35: You don't just wear one hat in this profession

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Amy LaFalce, a fellow Arlington-based dietitian, is on today! She's the Northern Virginia Site Director for the Virginia Tech Dietetic Internship and mom of three kiddos. She's open and real about what internship directors are looking for in candidates, her goals for the VT program, and some BIG changes coming up to internship education requirements. (Hi, Master's degree.) 

We answer two listener questions: 

1. What to expect in the DI interview process

(If you're currently a dietetic intern, or thinking about the internship, check out the internship-specific RD Real Talk Round Table event coming up soon! The panel discussion, 1:1 mentoring call, and event workbook may be exactly what you need. HeatherCaplan.com/Events

2. What RDs think about sugar detoxes

So, we switch gears a bit to the latest in whether or not "sugar addiction" is a real thing. (Side eye to you, Gary Taubes.) Here's the article referenced: Sugar addiction: state of the science

Sep 29 2017

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Rank #18: 32: I might start posting IG stories about peanut M&Ms

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Katie Proctor, RDN and MBA, is on the show today! She joins us from Colorado, where she started her own business to help BA dietitians raise the bar. She's a marketing and communications guru, and took many nontraditional RDN job routes. She's real about easy is it to provide tips but how hard it can be to follow them yourself. We talk a lot about being an entrepreneur, connecting with brands and consumers through social media, and of course, real talk moments. 

RD Real Talk Round Table announcement! Check out the RD Real Talk weekly newsletter for first dibs on promotions, and the new events page to register: heathercaplan.com/events

First up: Dietitians Taking the Anti-Diet Approach (10/5/17) Featuring Anne Mauney (Fannetastic Food), Christy Harrison (Food Psych host), Kim Hoban (KH Nutrition), and Robyn Nohling (Real Life RD)

Listener question: With social media being so over saturated with various nutrition/ wellness accounts, how do you make yourself stand out?

Katie provides a totally different perspective on this one, which I learned so much from! She's been on the marketing side, working with influencers (including dietitians) What do they look for and how can you catch their eye? She's on it. 

If you do nothing else after this episode, follow her on Instagram! You get almost daily business tips and get to connect with a real-talking business strategist. It's good stuff. 

Katie Proctor: elevatewithkatie.com | @elevatewithkatie (Twitter and Instagram)

Sep 15 2017

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Rank #19: 73: HA Recovery, Embracing Cheesy Crackers, and Lane 9 Project

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Alexis Fairbanks is a runner, teacher, and one of my co-founders of Lane 9 Project. As a collegiate athlete, she struggled not only with disordered eating, but also with acknowledging that her relationship with food, and her body, was disordered. She suffered from stress fractures, decline in performance, and decreasing self confidence. Now, in her recovery from both disordered eating and hypothalamic amenorrhea (HA), she's working hard to help other women get the help they need. 

We talk about how she finally recognized and acknowledged her eating disorder, how she's let go of her food rules, why we started Lane 9 Project, and what inspired her to write about her story on Runner's World

We also talk about how she's faster, stronger, and much healthier as a runner now, and what that means to her. (Spoiler: She has qualified for Boston AT Boston, so, there's that.) 

If you're struggling with hypothalamic amenorrhea, consider joining me and Kelly Jones MS RD CSSD for our newest Fit Fueling course, focused on HA recovery. It starts September 10th. Register here!

Additional resources and links mentioned in the show: 

Other stuff: 

Have you left a review on iTunes yet? If not, please do! Click here and tap the stars.

Are you new to Intuitive Eating? Listen to my 10-episode Intuitive Eating series, which dives into each of the 10 principles.

Want to work together? Book your free intro call!

And, last but not least, the Patreon page! Support RD Real Talk, and get access to the now-exclusive coaching episodes, by supporting the show. You can start with $1!

Questions or requests for the show? Reach out: RDRealTalk @ Gmail.com

Aug 24 2018

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Rank #20: 36: A full step over the anti-diet line

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Anne Mauney, aka Fannetastic Food, is back on the podcast! She’s also joining me as a panelist for the first RD Real Talk Round Table event, Dietitians Taking the Anti-Diet Approach. To register for the event, go to heathercaplan.com/events

We chat about how she decided to start her private practice as an anti-diet dietitian right away, what resources she has found invaluable in developing her practices, and—to keep it real—some mistakes she has made along the way. We also share a real-talk-moment about the diet-y things we used to recommend. Oof.

She advocates for having mentors and a mastermind group to feel supported as you this on. For starters? Our panel discussion, with fellow anti-diet dietitians, Christy Harrison, Kim Hoban, and Robyn Nohling.

Links mentioned on the show:

Oct 02 2017

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