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On today’s show, Nicole is joined by Kimmie Singh, a fat-positive dietitian working to help people improve their relationship with food and their bodies. Her work is rooted in the intimate understanding of fat stigma and oppression. We discuss weight as it relates to work in dietetics as well as thin privilege and fat phobia. Join for a candid conversation on a very sensitive subject.
About Kimmie Singh: Kimmie is a fat Registered Dietitian based in New York City. She is the owner of Body Positive Dietitian, a private practice that supports individuals with eating disorders to heal their relationships with food and body. Kimmie supports her clients with a fat-positive and anti-oppressive framework and has a special passion for working with people that have polycystic ovarian syndrome. Kimmie is also a sought-after speaker and has presented at several national conferences. She presents on the effects of anti-fat stigma in healthcare and nutrition. Kimmie is a believer in kindness, compassion, and the power of advocacy. Learn more about Kimmie at www.bodypositivedietitian.
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