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Food Bullying Podcast

Nov 20, 2019

One is chirpy in the morning, the other not. One is disgusted by mechanically separated chicken, the other thinks it's smart. Both Michele Payn & Eliz Greene are tired of the stress and lack of compromise around food.

In this behind-the-scenes conversation with the co-hosts of the Food Bullying Podcast, these two...


Nov 19, 2019

 

Did you know the way you shop can help reduce hunger in our country? In this episode of the Food Bullying Podcast, Diane Sullivan explains the relationship between shopping and hunger-reduction. Diane is a mother and a grandmother with lived experience and hunger and is currently a SNAP recipient. She is...


Nov 12, 2019

 

What should athletes eat to optimize every aspect of their health? How can nutrition give you a competitive advantage? Why do we attach an emotional value to food? How can you eat more produce? The first guest of season 2 of the Food Bullying podcast can help.

Leslie Bonci is a registered dietitian and a...


Sep 10, 2019

 

In the ongoing debate about food, it can be easy to forget that many people are waking up (or going to bed) without a meal. 

That’s the message Diane Sullivan, anti-hunger advocate has in this episode of Food Bullying podcast. She wants to help others connect the dots between their own food shopping decisions...


Sep 9, 2019

 

It’s very easy for us to ignore the fact that the brain controls a high percentage of how we view food.  Our guest today is here to help us understand the neuroscience perspective on brain and food. Dr. Tyler Davis is an associate professor of psychological sciences at Texas Tech University, where he directs the...