Episode 118 – Dietitians and Weight Struggles & Stigma

by | Dec 12, 2021

Big, messy topic. Why not tease the episode with a quote, “In a culture that places so much emphasis on physical appearance, and weight in particular, it’s no surprise that many people have a love-hate relationship with the size of their bodies…but what happens when a dietitian’s weight issues aren’t a thing of the past? Can dietitians who have been trained in diet and nutrition be effective nutrition counselors if they still battle with weight themselves? And how much (or how little) weight denotes such a struggle anyway?” We’re going there, join along!

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Dietitians and Their Weight Struggles (todaysdietitian.com)

Blessing in Disguise — RDs Share How Their Personal Weight Struggles Have Empowered Them Professionally (todaysdietitian.com)

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