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Best Apd podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Apd podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Non-Diet Yogi explores and dismantles the world of #BigWellness​, where yoga, spirituality and wellness, diet culture, white supremacy and toxic female entrepreneurship collide in a dizzying spectacle of goji berries and designer mala beads.This podcast is for you if you - love yoga, but don’t always love yoga culture - wish to form a deeper connection with your body and with the natural world around you, minus the wellness wankery - are tired of the classism, racism, sexism, homophobia, tra ...
 
McKinsey Recruiting is a podcast is all about informing you about who we are, what we do, and about our recruiting process. We want to bring clarity in a way that is easy to digest. We know you have a lot on your plate so we want to take some of the work out of recruiting. In each episode we will do a deep dive on frequently asked questions to get you the information in which you are interested. Tune in to get an insider's view of McKinsey, hear us explain common misconceptions, and get to k ...
 
A fun, fad-free, evidence-based podcast serving you up all the latest in the world of nutrition and health. Tara Leong is a qualified nutritionist, university lecturer, speaker and author. She is renowned for her no-nonsense approach to nutrition and doesn’t hold back in calling out the nonsense and wellness wankery that is rife online. She breaks down the difficult nutrition science and delivers it to you in an easy to understand way so that you can learn and be inspired.
 
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Tara talks to Jono Steedman (Accredited Practicing Dietitian), aka 'The Guyetitian' about all things protein. Jono will talk you through: Why is protein important? What does it do? How much you need and where you can get it Do you need a protein supplement/powder, or not? Great snack and meal ideas packed with protein What to look for if buying a p…
 
There has been a phenomenal uptick of rising yoga and wellness influencers posting anti-racism sentiments on social media. Yet in stark contrast to the important message of bringing light to police brutality against BIPOC, or tackling underrepresentation of coloured folks in wellness spaces, these feeds are filled with white, thin, able-bodied, cis…
 
There is a lack of representation of women aged 40+ in fitness. Rachelle Ballard-Clayton is shifting that pattern by basing her approach to training womxn on their shifting internal landscape and cyclical patterns. In this episode: A little pre-interview solo ramble on systemic racism and unrecognised privilege in yoga/wellness/spirituality worlds …
 
Tara is a university-trained Nutritionist, teacher, author and speaker. In this episode, she delves into the science behind coconut sugar to help you to understand whether switching to coconut sugar is a good thing, or not. She breaks through the marketing hype and answers these important questions: Where does coconut sugar come from? How did it be…
 
There are many parallels between our bodies as feeling, sensuous beings worthy of care and attention, and the kind of bodily care and movement encouraged in non-diet and weight neutral approaches like HAES. In this episode: Travel, yoga, energy healing, working with women’s health and indigenous populations: Shae’s path to becoming the multi-facete…
 
​Foraging for edible weeds is an accessible and inclusive healthcare skill. Pat Collins is a highly experienced herbalist, natural health practitioner and bush craftswoman with a passion for sharing her foraging know-how and instilling in people a deep appreciation of edible and medicinal weeds: nature's gifts. ​ In this episode: How being able to …
 
Tara chats with Dr Nikki Stamp - Australian cardiothoracic surgeon, author, tv presenter, and kick a$$ myth buster. Nikki reveals how social media is impacting our physical and mental health, and how to take control of our social media feeds. Also in this episode: How to tell fact from fiction when reading health information online Her own struggle…
 
Gym culture can be incredibly toxic for people struggling with body image and eating concerns. Monique Jephcote, APD, PT and Intuitive Eating Counsellor, is infusing weight-neutral principles into the fitness world with compassion, respect and gusto. In this episode: How and why Monique opened her non-diet private practice soon after graduating HAE…
 
With great uncertainty comes fear and uprooted trauma. COVID-19 has seen an amplification of weight stigma, wellness wankery, and conspiracy theories that have the potential to magnify our stress and trauma. Here's what to look out for, as well as ways to ground, protect and nurture yourself and your loved ones at this uncertain time. Show notes: T…
 
Every wondered if Frozen vegetables contain any nutrition? Tara shows you the science behind the reasons why they're packed full of nutrition. And if you're not quite sure how to use them, Tara gives a run down of her 5 faves and how she cooks with them! Follow Tara on Facebook and Insta for recipes and cooking videos! About your host: Tara is a qu…
 
In this episode: The book that pivoted both Fiona’s and my own trajectory (If not dieting) Fiona’s yoga teaching as embodied movement VS a fitness class The 3 C’s: Care, consent and choice as essential factors in being inclusive dietitians, inclusive yoga teachers and inclusive humans Doing the work doesn’t always feel good What determines whether …
 
The words we use when talking about food can have a profound effect on us, both positively, and negatively. Tara catches up with Dietitian Kate Wengier from Foost to talk about how we can choose words to promote a healthy relationship with food, and encourage healthy eating without force. They discuss the words to avoid using, and why we need to st…
 
"Nutrition is messy and confusing...there's a reason for that" - Dr Tim Crowe In this episode, Tara interviews Dr Tim Crowe - scientist, researcher, dietitian and educator. As the head honcho of Thinking Nutrition, Tim has a knack for breaking sciency stuff down into easy-to-understand info that you can take away and use to make positive changes fo…
 
Tara (nutritionists and social media addict) reveals how social media influencers can actually be harming our health without us even realising it. What Tara has to say is important for anyone using social media. She provides a behind the scenes look at how health influencers get sent products and paid to promote products, and often they don't even …
 
Gut health is the talk of the town right now, with evidence showing that the microorganisms living within our digestive system can both positively and negatively impact many facets of our health. In this episode, Tara chats to Lydia Sutakowsky, an accredited practicing Dietitian, university lecturer, and director of the Sunshine Coast Gut Clinic. T…
 
NOTE: Due to audio technical difficulties, this show has been rescheduled. Dr. Keith will be a guest on MSHA Radio September 9, 2009. Guest: Dr. Robert Keith, Professor Emeritus, University of Cincinnati. TOPIC: Auditory Processing Disorder. Dr. Keith is the author of the newly released SCAN-3:A (adolescents & adults) and SCAN-3:C (children) Tests …
 
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