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Eat well. Change your world. That's the motto at the Dr. Yum Project. Join us as Dr. Yum gets the dish from medical, culinary and parenting experts who are making the connection between food and health in innovative ways.

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3 Ways to Train your Baby's Palate (YES, they can eat more than you think!)

Ever wonder why some kids are more adventurous eaters than others? Training. Practicing. Just like learning to walk or read. Our guest today Saskia Sorrosa, the founder of the revolutionary baby food company Fresh Bellies has 3 terrific tips to help parents cultivate little foodies. Prior to starting Fresh Bellies Saskia had a robust career in Marketing including the VP of Marketing at the NBA. As she became a mother she found that she was not satisfied with traditional baby foods and began making homemade babyfood where veggies and spices were front and center. This hobby became a passion and grew into a baby food business called Fresh Bellies a flavorful baby food startup that helps to train baby’s palates with challenging foods. Her company was recently featured on ABC’s shark tank and has been enjoying an explosion of sales among parents who want to train their babies to be adventurous eaters. She is a good friend to the Dr. Yum Project and we are so happy to have her as a guest.

27 MINMAR 27
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3 Ways to Train your Baby's Palate (YES, they can eat more than you think!)

3 Ways to Save Money by Shopping at your Local Farmer's Market

Think shopping at a farmer's market is a luxury excursion that will put a dent in your wallet? Think again! Elizabeth Borst is a food advocate andfarmers market manager in Central Virginia passionate about getting families at any income level shopping regularly for fresh, healthy foods at local markets. Listen to her terrific ideas how to actually SAVE money by shopping at your local market. Elizabeth is the executive director of Virginia Community Food connections, a nonprofit that works with farmers markets and other community programs around food access. She is the former market manager of the largest market in our region. She is now manages regional and statewide programs that connect low resource families with fresh local foods.

27 MINJAN 4
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3 Ways to Save Money by Shopping at your Local Farmer's Market

Rick and the Arrhythmics

Dr. Richard Lewis is a cardiologist in Fredericksburg, Virginia. He is also medical Director of the Mary Washington Health Alliance. When he is not busy being a cardiologist and proponent of heart health, he is busy with his music career with his band, Rick and the Arrhythmics. ________________ The AHA’s “Life’s Simple 7” The American Heart Association is a non-profit organization that fosters appropriate cardiac care to reduce death and disability related to cardiovascular disease and stroke. One of the ways they do this is to educate the public on how best to live. They came up with a program they call “Life’s Simple Seven” which I summarize below. Rome wasn’t built in a day and no one expects you to do a great job on all seven overnight. But I think we can all do TWO things right away. And given the problems we have in this country with obesity and sedentary lifestyles, that would be enough for many of us and, over time, would favorably impact on all seven. And those two ...

36 MIN2018 DEC 12
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Rick and the Arrhythmics

Latest Episodes

3 Ways to Train your Baby's Palate (YES, they can eat more than you think!)

Ever wonder why some kids are more adventurous eaters than others? Training. Practicing. Just like learning to walk or read. Our guest today Saskia Sorrosa, the founder of the revolutionary baby food company Fresh Bellies has 3 terrific tips to help parents cultivate little foodies. Prior to starting Fresh Bellies Saskia had a robust career in Marketing including the VP of Marketing at the NBA. As she became a mother she found that she was not satisfied with traditional baby foods and began making homemade babyfood where veggies and spices were front and center. This hobby became a passion and grew into a baby food business called Fresh Bellies a flavorful baby food startup that helps to train baby’s palates with challenging foods. Her company was recently featured on ABC’s shark tank and has been enjoying an explosion of sales among parents who want to train their babies to be adventurous eaters. She is a good friend to the Dr. Yum Project and we are so happy to have her as a guest.

27 MINMAR 27
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3 Ways to Train your Baby's Palate (YES, they can eat more than you think!)

3 Ways to Save Money by Shopping at your Local Farmer's Market

Think shopping at a farmer's market is a luxury excursion that will put a dent in your wallet? Think again! Elizabeth Borst is a food advocate andfarmers market manager in Central Virginia passionate about getting families at any income level shopping regularly for fresh, healthy foods at local markets. Listen to her terrific ideas how to actually SAVE money by shopping at your local market. Elizabeth is the executive director of Virginia Community Food connections, a nonprofit that works with farmers markets and other community programs around food access. She is the former market manager of the largest market in our region. She is now manages regional and statewide programs that connect low resource families with fresh local foods.

27 MINJAN 4
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3 Ways to Save Money by Shopping at your Local Farmer's Market

Rick and the Arrhythmics

Dr. Richard Lewis is a cardiologist in Fredericksburg, Virginia. He is also medical Director of the Mary Washington Health Alliance. When he is not busy being a cardiologist and proponent of heart health, he is busy with his music career with his band, Rick and the Arrhythmics. ________________ The AHA’s “Life’s Simple 7” The American Heart Association is a non-profit organization that fosters appropriate cardiac care to reduce death and disability related to cardiovascular disease and stroke. One of the ways they do this is to educate the public on how best to live. They came up with a program they call “Life’s Simple Seven” which I summarize below. Rome wasn’t built in a day and no one expects you to do a great job on all seven overnight. But I think we can all do TWO things right away. And given the problems we have in this country with obesity and sedentary lifestyles, that would be enough for many of us and, over time, would favorably impact on all seven. And those two ...

36 MIN2018 DEC 12
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Rick and the Arrhythmics

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