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Food Bullying Podcast

Feb 17, 2020

Artificial insemination. Vegetarian choices. The Oscars. STDs. Greenhouse gas emissions. Baby calves. Nursing. Starbucks. Nutrient density of food. Personal choices. 

If those topics don’t add up to a civil conversation in your mind, listen in for a model on how to have a discussion around food and the...


Feb 6, 2020

"Don’t eat what you can’t pronounce... Synthetic chemicals are more dangerous than natural chemicals... Chemicals in food are killing us... There is no safe level of pesticides…"

It’s no wonder we are scared of food with myths like these flying around our plates. Today’s Food Bullying podcast guest...


Feb 3, 2020

Did you over-indulge during the Super Bowl festivities, Christmas, or the last family holiday? You’re not the only one – holiday heart syndrome and atrial fibrillation (afib) is not uncommon after eating too much. Food can help you proactively manage your health – or it can lead to missed heart beats. 

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Jan 27, 2020

A basic nutritional building block. Part of your everyday eating. Used for baking, breakfast and bullies. Wait, what? Eggs – or the hens that produce them and the people who care for those hens – have long been the target of animal rights bullies. But rest assured, there is no big nutritional difference in...


Jan 20, 2020

The “health industry” is a business of money, contends Bill Sukala, a Registered Dietitian Nutrition and Clinical Exercise Physiologist in Australia. He has three decades of experience as a consumer health advocate in standing against the latest trends in health and food. Listen in to this episode to help...