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In this episode, we are joined by one of my undergrad professors, Dr. Faryl Bertman, PhD, RDN. We discuss: 

  • Dr. Farryl’s story with her relationship with food and body 
  • The “crunchy hippie” to wellness culture pipeline
  • The slippery slope of using systems level thinking as justification for individual food restrictions
  • How Dr Farryl’s approach to teaching changed since adopting the IE HAES framework
  • The concept of “fed is best” 
  • How white supremacy shows up in food systems 
  • Approaching intuitive eating while navigating food insecurity

Resources Mentioned:

White Supremacy in Food Systems Paper
Previous Shoulders Down Episode- Food Insecurity, Privilege, and Intuitive Eating on a Budget

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