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Do No Harm Podcast

DeAun Nelson, ND and Sarah Thompson: Health at Every Size and Patient-Cente

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Do No Harm Podcast

Do No Harm Podcast

DeAun Nelson, ND and Sarah Thompson: Health at Every Size and Patient-Cente

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Discover how shifting the focus off of weight in health care can greatly improve health outcomes for patients. It is increasingly evident that diets do not work, and that patients of a wide range of sizes can benefit from increasing healthy habits without weight change. With this evidence, we as medical professionals can more effectively and ethically treat our patients by changing how we interact with them around weight. We will explore how to do no harm to our patients of all sizes without recommending weight loss.This podcast is intended for medical professionals, but we welcome all listeners. DeAun Nelson, ND, and guest hosts will discuss relevant topics such as: obesity as defined by BMI, determinants of health, weight stigma, healthism, weight loss, Well Now, Health at Every Size®, Body Trust®, weight science, research, and more.The information in this podcast is not intended to provide medical advice. For more information, visit our website at www.donoharmpodcast.org and you can follow us on Facebook @firstdonoharmpodcast and Instagram, @donoharmpodcast today.

Latest Episodes

Compassionate Care with Deb Burgard, PhD

This episode is fairly far ranging in topic and trying to pinpoint every topic was too daunting. We discuss philosophy, medicine, compassion, engaging with patients on a human level and more. Deb Burgard is such a thoughtful person who has taken a lot of time to really think about the topics surrounding not just fatness, but also social justice and how to make the world a more compassionate place. It starts with each of us individually, but I think it helps to listen to Deb and take in her joyous wisdom.

71 MIN2019 OCT 28
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Compassionate Care with Deb Burgard, PhD

Weight and Health Equity with Lesley Williams, MD

Thank you for your patience!! What a whirlwind August has been. Here is my interview with the marvelous Lesley Williams, MD. She does a lot of work talking to other physicians about why weight independent health care is so important to improving health outcomes!

66 MIN2019 SEP 11
Comments
Weight and Health Equity with Lesley Williams, MD

Hypothalamic Amenorrhea with Nicola Rinaldi, PhD

Hypothalamic Amenorrhea (HA), or a lack of menstruation caused by the disfunction of the hypothalamus often happens when someone is under-fueling their bodies. It is a common condition with athletes, but can affect anyone who menstruates and does not take in enough energy. A lack of the hormones that cause menstruation affect many aspects of health and can lead to infertility if not addressed. Nicola Rinaldi, PhD is the author of No Period, Now What? about HA and joins me today to discuss it.

55 MIN2019 JUL 30
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Hypothalamic Amenorrhea with Nicola Rinaldi, PhD

Fast Track Trial with Louise Adams

The Fast Track Trial is a trial in Australia that is being done to determine the efficacy of intermittent fasting for weight loss in teens, which is significantly linked to eating disorders. My amazing guest, Louise Adams, has spent the last year actively trying to get the trial stopped. Content Warning: This episode includes information about fasting, eating disorders, weight change, and a brief discussion of normal adolescent weight gain.

82 MIN2019 JUN 29
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Fast Track Trial with Louise Adams

Ethical Medicine for Larger Patients with Ragen Chastain

An interview with Ragan Chastain, an activist and dynamic speaker about Fat Acceptance, weight stigma in health care, and Health at Every Size. The conversation ranged across a broad array of topics and I really recommend listening to all of it. The bit that really stood out to me is the idea that practitioners and fat people should be on the same side an asking how to break down barriers to health, including bias.

60 MIN2019 FEB 2
Comments
Ethical Medicine for Larger Patients with Ragen Chastain

Mindful Health with Michelle May, MD

Dr. May is a recovered yoyo dieter andthe founder ofAm I Hungry? Mindful Eating Programs and Training(www.AmIHungry.com)thathelps individuals resolve mindless and emotional eating and senseless yo-yo dieting to live the vibrant life they crave. Over 800 health and wellness professionals from 30 countries have been trained to facilitate Am I Hungry? mindful eating programs worldwide. Dr. May is also the award-winning author of theEat What You Love, Love What You Eatbook series.

62 MIN2019 JAN 1
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Mindful Health with Michelle May, MD

Eating Disorders with Jennifer Gaudiani, MD, CEDS, FAED

Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani, author of Sick Enough: A Guide to the Medical Complications of Eating Disorders, joined me to talk about eating disorders and Heath at Every Size. She has found that HAES has made a great deal of difference, not only in recovery, but also in identifying patients who might have otherwise had a delay in diagnosis, or not been diagnosed at all.

63 MIN2018 NOV 14
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Eating Disorders with Jennifer Gaudiani, MD, CEDS, FAED

Weight Inclusivity & Stories

During this episode, I talk about what being weight inclusive looks like to me and how it can be beneficial. I also talk about perfectionism, bias, and how we can do better as we know better. There are also three patient stories, one of them my own, that illustrate how weight focus can be extremely detrimental, in one case nearly fatal, for patient health.

33 MIN2018 OCT 16
Comments
Weight Inclusivity & Stories

S2E4 Food Addiction with Marci Evans, RD

Food Addiction, specifically sugar addiction, has become a hot button topic in recent years. People feel out of control around highly palatable foods and struggle to avoid over eating them. Sugar also lights up the pleasure centers of our brains, similar to drugs like cocaine and heroin. Does that mean that it, and other highly palatable foods are actually addicting? Listen to this great discussion I share with Marci Evans, RD to find out.

57 MIN2018 MAY 17
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S2E4 Food Addiction with Marci Evans, RD

S2E3 Weight Independent Diabetes Care with Megrette Fletcher M.Ed., RD, CDE

Can we treat type 2 diabetes without weight loss? Join Megrette Fletcher M.Ed., RD, CDE and I as we explore treating type 2 diabetes in a weight independent way. Megrette has been been working in diabetes care since 1995 and has a great deal of information to share about caring for diabetic patients using effective tools that shift focus away from weight loss. She is also the co-author of Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat with Diabetes and has authored five books for professionals.

60 MIN2018 MAR 17
Comments
S2E3 Weight Independent Diabetes Care with Megrette Fletcher M.Ed., RD, CDE

Latest Episodes

Compassionate Care with Deb Burgard, PhD

This episode is fairly far ranging in topic and trying to pinpoint every topic was too daunting. We discuss philosophy, medicine, compassion, engaging with patients on a human level and more. Deb Burgard is such a thoughtful person who has taken a lot of time to really think about the topics surrounding not just fatness, but also social justice and how to make the world a more compassionate place. It starts with each of us individually, but I think it helps to listen to Deb and take in her joyous wisdom.

71 MIN2019 OCT 28
Comments
Compassionate Care with Deb Burgard, PhD

Weight and Health Equity with Lesley Williams, MD

Thank you for your patience!! What a whirlwind August has been. Here is my interview with the marvelous Lesley Williams, MD. She does a lot of work talking to other physicians about why weight independent health care is so important to improving health outcomes!

66 MIN2019 SEP 11
Comments
Weight and Health Equity with Lesley Williams, MD

Hypothalamic Amenorrhea with Nicola Rinaldi, PhD

Hypothalamic Amenorrhea (HA), or a lack of menstruation caused by the disfunction of the hypothalamus often happens when someone is under-fueling their bodies. It is a common condition with athletes, but can affect anyone who menstruates and does not take in enough energy. A lack of the hormones that cause menstruation affect many aspects of health and can lead to infertility if not addressed. Nicola Rinaldi, PhD is the author of No Period, Now What? about HA and joins me today to discuss it.

55 MIN2019 JUL 30
Comments
Hypothalamic Amenorrhea with Nicola Rinaldi, PhD

Fast Track Trial with Louise Adams

The Fast Track Trial is a trial in Australia that is being done to determine the efficacy of intermittent fasting for weight loss in teens, which is significantly linked to eating disorders. My amazing guest, Louise Adams, has spent the last year actively trying to get the trial stopped. Content Warning: This episode includes information about fasting, eating disorders, weight change, and a brief discussion of normal adolescent weight gain.

82 MIN2019 JUN 29
Comments
Fast Track Trial with Louise Adams

Ethical Medicine for Larger Patients with Ragen Chastain

An interview with Ragan Chastain, an activist and dynamic speaker about Fat Acceptance, weight stigma in health care, and Health at Every Size. The conversation ranged across a broad array of topics and I really recommend listening to all of it. The bit that really stood out to me is the idea that practitioners and fat people should be on the same side an asking how to break down barriers to health, including bias.

60 MIN2019 FEB 2
Comments
Ethical Medicine for Larger Patients with Ragen Chastain

Mindful Health with Michelle May, MD

Dr. May is a recovered yoyo dieter andthe founder ofAm I Hungry? Mindful Eating Programs and Training(www.AmIHungry.com)thathelps individuals resolve mindless and emotional eating and senseless yo-yo dieting to live the vibrant life they crave. Over 800 health and wellness professionals from 30 countries have been trained to facilitate Am I Hungry? mindful eating programs worldwide. Dr. May is also the award-winning author of theEat What You Love, Love What You Eatbook series.

62 MIN2019 JAN 1
Comments
Mindful Health with Michelle May, MD

Eating Disorders with Jennifer Gaudiani, MD, CEDS, FAED

Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani, author of Sick Enough: A Guide to the Medical Complications of Eating Disorders, joined me to talk about eating disorders and Heath at Every Size. She has found that HAES has made a great deal of difference, not only in recovery, but also in identifying patients who might have otherwise had a delay in diagnosis, or not been diagnosed at all.

63 MIN2018 NOV 14
Comments
Eating Disorders with Jennifer Gaudiani, MD, CEDS, FAED

Weight Inclusivity & Stories

During this episode, I talk about what being weight inclusive looks like to me and how it can be beneficial. I also talk about perfectionism, bias, and how we can do better as we know better. There are also three patient stories, one of them my own, that illustrate how weight focus can be extremely detrimental, in one case nearly fatal, for patient health.

33 MIN2018 OCT 16
Comments
Weight Inclusivity & Stories

S2E4 Food Addiction with Marci Evans, RD

Food Addiction, specifically sugar addiction, has become a hot button topic in recent years. People feel out of control around highly palatable foods and struggle to avoid over eating them. Sugar also lights up the pleasure centers of our brains, similar to drugs like cocaine and heroin. Does that mean that it, and other highly palatable foods are actually addicting? Listen to this great discussion I share with Marci Evans, RD to find out.

57 MIN2018 MAY 17
Comments
S2E4 Food Addiction with Marci Evans, RD

S2E3 Weight Independent Diabetes Care with Megrette Fletcher M.Ed., RD, CDE

Can we treat type 2 diabetes without weight loss? Join Megrette Fletcher M.Ed., RD, CDE and I as we explore treating type 2 diabetes in a weight independent way. Megrette has been been working in diabetes care since 1995 and has a great deal of information to share about caring for diabetic patients using effective tools that shift focus away from weight loss. She is also the co-author of Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat with Diabetes and has authored five books for professionals.

60 MIN2018 MAR 17
Comments
S2E3 Weight Independent Diabetes Care with Megrette Fletcher M.Ed., RD, CDE
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