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Food Bullying Podcast

May 20, 2024

Dr. Andrea Love on milk safety, food anxiety & chemophobia

Ever since fragments of the H5N1 virus (also known as avian influenza or HPAI) were detected in milk, the safety of our dairy supply has come into question, with some wondering if they should forego dairy in favor of alternatives, and others gravitating toward...

May 6, 2024

Are seed oils poison?  Is it worth purchasing produce if it’s not organic?  Are the Dietary Guidelines for Americans actually killing us? Today's guest has a unique perspective for dietitians and everyone interested in food.

These are just a few of the questions Michele and Nicole pose to Dr. Adrian Chavez, who earned...

Apr 15, 2024

When dietitians are offered a seat at the table of commodity boards, food brands, and non-profit associations, there are benefits for all involved - including the consumer.

But what’s the emotional price tag the dietitian must pay when partnerships are erroneously scrutinized for all the world to see? Is the...

Apr 1, 2024

“The biggest misconception about farming in the dietetic world is that GMOs are bad for the environment and human consumption - and that farmers are financially well-off.” 

Wendy Yeager is a fourth-generation farmer who, with her husband Jamie, owns and operates Bell Place Farm, a diversified row crop operation. ...

Mar 18, 2024

“If a food is free from something, then it must be healthy, right?”

Dr. Brett Carver, a wheat breeder and researcher at Oklahoma State University for nearly 40 years, has found himself spending more time defending the plant to which he’s devoted his career in recent years.

“A huge chunk of our population, based...