#177 Athletes and Eating Disorders with Lizzie Briasco

We think of athletes as the healthiest people around, but unhealthy relationships with food and exercise are even more common among athletes than in the general population. Former competitive runner and Eating Disorder Dietitian Lizzie Briasco, MSc, RD, LD joins us to talk about why athletes of all ages are at risk for EDs, how to spot someone who might be suffering, and what attitude changes in athletic programs could help prevent disordered eating before it starts.

Links in this episode: Lizzie’s Instagram “The Recovered Athlete”, The Emily Program for ED treatment, NEDA resources on ED and athletes, NCAA on EDs and athletes



#090 Stop Wasting Food with Hannah Jastram Aaberg

Food waste is bad in two big ways: it means throwing away perfectly good food in a world where many people don’t have enough to eat, AND it means basically ripping up your hard earned cash and throwing it in the garbage. This week, Registered Dietitian and Flavor Maven Hannah Jastram Aaberg gives us tips for making the most of the food we buy, from using every last bit of that bunch of herbs to a hilarious use for pickle juice. Never fear what’s hiding in your crisper again!

Links in this episode: Hannah's recipe for Green Stuff, Hannah’s awesome blog, Catching Fire: How Cooking Made Us HumanHannah on Twitter, Hannah on Instagram

#051 Disordered Eating with Christy Harrison

This week, we welcome guest Christy Harrison to the podcast! Christy is a Registered Dietitian, Certified Dietitian Nutritionist, and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, which means she’s super qualified to talk to us about the world of eating disorders and disordered eating. We talk about why it’s so hard to get back in touch with our hunger cues, Health at Every Size, and what to do if we think a friend might be going through an eating disorder.

Links in this episode: Christy’s website, Christy's podcast "Food Psych", Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size, Essay about kids and intuition