Erica Julson is a "non-traditional" registered dietitian -- she's an online entrepreneur and the founder of The Unconventional RD -- a blog and community -- in fact, one of the most popular Facebook groups for dietitians! She's also the creator of The Functional Nutritional Library for dietitians. In this episode, we're talking about connecting, learning, growing and creating job opportunities.
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Gail Cresci, PhD, RD, LD, CNSC works in the Department of Pediatric Gastroenterology at Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital and Inflammation & Immunity, Lerner Research Institute, as well as Director for Nutrition Research within the Center for Human Nutrition, Digestive Disease and Surgery Institute at Cleveland Clinic. In this episode, we discuss Gail's research in nutrition, gut microbiome, digestive diseases, surgery and critical care, enteral feeding, liver and intestine diseases. She has received numerous awards and published numerous peer-reviewed manuscripts and book chapters as well as editing a textbook in critical care nutrition.
Angela Grassi, MS, RDN, LDN is the PCOS Nutrition Centre owner and founder and she was also given the distinguished Ricardo Azziz PCOS Challenge Advocacy Leadership Award for her dedication to advocacy and public policy efforts that expand access to resources and support women with PCOS. Additionally, she has published the The PCOS Nutrition Center Cookbook and PCOS: The Dietitian’s Guide, now in its second edition.
In this episode, we discuss what PCOS is, and who it affects, the benefits of nutrition coaching for PCOS, relevant guidelines and how Angela has helped women.
Simone Austin is an advanced sports dietitian, media dietitian, speaker and president of Sports Dietitians Australia (SDA). Simone has 20 years of experience as a dietitian; she’s worked with (and fed) elite athletes and also collaborated with top chefs.
She's one of the most down-to-earth, energetic and passionate dietitians we’ve met; this really shines through in our latest podcast. Simone shows us what it's like to fuel incredibly successful athletes, she shares her "pinch me moments" and so much more.
Chloe McLeod is an advanced sports dietitian, author and specialist in IBS, food intolerances and anti-inflammatory eating. She is the creator of The FODMAP Challenge – an online course that helps her clients take control of their gut health and improve their symptoms of IBS for better quality of life.
Chloe is one of the most enthusiastic, open and interesting dietitians I’ve met. Join us for this fun and interesting chat about how Chloe is helping hundreds of people with IBS through The FODMAP challenge.
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Email marketing is like a relationship between you and the person receiving the email. It's about connecting, giving value and sharing your message.
In this latest podcast, we talk to Glenn Mackintosh about how you can use email to connect with your clients, how it compares to social media, why you need email marketing in your business and how it keeps you in control of the message.
David Bourke has had what he calls an "upside down career" – he studied dietetics and started in the food packaging industry, THEN moved to private practice, corporate health and food service. He is now the General Services Manager for Medirest Australia with a wealth of experience and a very interesting career path so far. His story is testament to how the road less travelled in dietetics can be a rewarding and incredibly successful journey.
For the shownotes: https://dietitianconnection.com/podcasts/david-bourke/
Lyndi Cohen, also known as the Nude Nutritionist, is a media dietitian, founder of the Keep It Real Program and author. Lyndi is known for her “No diet BS” approach – inspiring her audience to eat simple, and fuss-free, healthy food. Spend 5 minutes with Lyndi and you’ll know why she inspires millions to be healthy, happy and body positive.
For the shownotes: dietitianconnection.com/podcasts/nude-nutritionist-lyndi-cohen/
Joining us on this episode of the Dietitian Connection Podcast is Andy De Santis (fondly known as Andy the RD) - he is a registered Dietitian and health writer with a degree in food humour based in Toronto, Canada. Andy is incredibly passionate about blogging, creating engaging Instagram content and collaborating with other dietitians.
For the shownotes: dietitianconnection.com/podcasts/food-humour-andy-de-santis/
We cheered Kate Save on Shark Tank when she presented her science-first approach to meal plans - and landed an investment deal! Now, we chat one-on-one with this business-savvy dietitian success story who brought Be Fit Foods to life with a big Shark-y splash. Don't miss our latest DC podcast, available now!
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After originally thinking she wanted to study music, Dr. Joanna veered into science – and hasn’t looked back. Today, she’s not only an international media figure and author but also a noted gut-health expert (and host of the recent Gut Revolution series on ABC’s Catalyst!). But success didn’t happen overnight. What made the difference was the decisions she made along the way. “I'm often asked, ‘How do I get a leg up?’ Sometimes you have to be a little bit ballsy,” says Dr. Jo. “Don't take no for an answer.”
For the shownotes, go to: dietitianconnection.com/podcasts/dr-joanna-mcmillan/
Amy Smith is the recently appointed CEO of Jamie’s Ministry Of Food, with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the marketing space, particularly the nutrition and health arena.
We sat down with Amy to learn more about what’s ahead for Jamie’s Ministry of Food, as well as Jamie Oliver’s Learn Your Fruit and Veg program, in 2018 – and how dietitians can get involved.
For the shownotes, go to: dietitianconnection.com/podcasts/amy-smith/
Dr Megan Rossi is a Registered Dietitian with an award-winning PhD in the area of Gut Health. Megan works as a Research Associate at King’s College London, Consultant Dietitian across food industry and media and leads a Gut Health clinic on Harley street in London.
In this episode, we chat to Megan about the gut health craze sweeping the globe, her past and present research and much more.
For the shownotes: dietitianconnection.com/podcasts
Get ready for loads of laughing and terrific insights into a unique dieititan-led business. In the latest podcast, we’re chatting to Stephanie and Josh — the duo behind The Sarcastic Nutritionist.
My favourite quote from the episode is “Inspiration and creation is all around us.”
So grab your Sarcastic Nutritionist mug of coffee and enjoy this episode!
For the shownotes: dietitianconnection.com/podcasts
Kate Wengier is an entrepreneurial dietitian with a passion for improving the eating habits of families and communities. She created Foost, a health promotion company, to teach easy ways of eating more fruits and vegetables. (Her star pupils? All four of her kids, who love fresh, fun food!)
In this episode, we discuss: Kate’s reason for becoming, all about Foost, Kate’s mission to improve food education, Kate’s Colourful – and Successful – Crowd Funding Campaign and so much more.
Amanda Clark is the founder of Great Ideas in Nutrition, an award winning practice of dietitian, nutritionists and exercise physiologists, on the Gold Coast, Australia. Amanda is also the creator of internationally famous Portion Perfection - designed for women, men and children. In this podcast, we discuss her journey as a successful business owner and leader, not only in Australia but also in the USA.
For the shownotes, go to: dietitianconnection.com/podcasts
Joe Leech is a Dietitian from Sydney, with a Master's degree in nutrition and dietetics. He’s also the founder of science-based website Diet vs. Disease. What he’s best known for, however, are his online courses. Joe creates written and video content for those living with diet-related health conditions and diseases, and his online courses have gained a strong following. They serve to break down dense information – such as scientific reviews and bodies of evidence -- into easily digestible and appealing visual content. This podcast, we discuss how you, too, can create an online course as a value-add for your dietetics business.
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It's the career we dream of as a dietitian: speaking opps in far-flung locales, top positions across clinical, industry, academia and consultancy dietetics, heading up our industry's largest professional association. One dietitian has done all of this. In our latest DC webinar, Maree Ferguson chats to Prof. Peter Williams to learn why dietetics, what he's learned along the way - and what he sees in his crystal ball for the future. Click here for the shownotes.
Want to learn how to provide consumable nutrition advice, gain clients and make nutrition sexy? Then tune into our latest podcast ep with The Biting Truth duo - Alex and Anna. We’re lucky enough to pick their brains about their projects, the business & communication skills they've mastered and so much more. Click here for the shownotes.
Calling all digital dietitians! Keen to learn more about how you can truly engage with your audience online and habits for online business success? Perhaps you’re just curious about whether online or offline works best for you [you’ll have to listen to solve this riddle]. Tune in and take notes as Digital Comms pro Teri Lichtenstein teaches you about “Closing the gap between the digital world and the real world.”
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Are you a "non-diet" dietitian, or an aspiring one? Fiona Sutherland, "The Mindful Dietitian," takes us through her serendipitous discovery to starting a new movement of Dietitians - her journey will move you. She offers powerful advice on how you, too, can discover your calling along with useful tools on how to enter the realm of "non-diet." Click here for the shownotes.
You have a passion for a diverse range of interests – but struggle with how to combine them into a single career. Sound like you? You’re not alone. But it can be done -- with great success. For a winning example of how, listen to our DC podcast with Jo Turner. Jo -- a dual-qualified Dietitian / Sports Dietitian and Exercise Physiologist -- heads up NuActive Health, an integrated approach to multi-disciplinary care. In our half-hour podcast, Jo shares how she landed on her practice’s unique concept; how NuActive operates under one roof with its diverse team of Dietitians, Exercise Physiologists and medical professionals; the challenges and rewards she’s faced in running her business; and much more. A skilled communicator with extensive media experience, you’ll enjoy listening to Jo, and will come away with advice that can help you marry your various interests to the career you’ve been dreaming of. Shownotes available at dietitianconnection.com/podcasts
What is “blue ocean strategy”? According to the Harvard Business Review, it’s about carving out a “previously unknown market space” – a blue ocean – where “demand is created, rather than fought over” and there is great opportunity for profitable, rapid growth. Does this sound like what you’d like to achieve with your own business? Then plan to join us for our latest DC podcast with Tara Diversi, APD, who will focus on entrepreneurship and how it applies to dietitians. You’ll hear from Tara on the best time to start your own business [this will surprise you!]; capitalising on your strengths, so clients gravitate to you; creating diverse income streams; and much more. Stop competing and start creating your own blue ocean strategy – then enjoy the rewards. For shownotes: click here
2017 food trends, new opinions and social media hype calls for an interview with one of Australia's top nutrition consultants, APD: Nicole Senior. Nicole’s role at Principal Nutrition Services is to provide accurate, responsible, engaging and compelling communications about food. Nicole and Kate chat about the pros of nutrition consultancy work, how technology plays a role and the seven jobs required for this position; it is certainly more than simply writing about food! For the shownotes: http://www.dietitianconnection.com/podcasts