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School Nutrition Dietitian

Dalia Kinsey, RD, LD, SNS

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School Nutrition Dietitian

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Dalia Kinsey, RD, LD, SNS

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SND is a one stop shop for best practices in K-12 nutrition.

Latest Episodes

Millennial Professional Development and Training in a Multi-Generational Workplace with Kristina Wallace M. Ed

You've already heard, millennials are the worst. What is it like for young professionals to enter a workplace biased against their peer group? This episode we have a candid conversation with Training Specialist Kristina Wallace about her experience as a millennial in a multi-generational department. This episode we also discuss - Nuances of training adults - Training low literacy employees - Approaches to self-directed professional development

40 MIN3 d ago
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Millennial Professional Development and Training in a Multi-Generational Workplace with Kristina Wallace M. Ed

Leadership and Professional Growth with Reginald Ross, SNS

School Nutrition Association President-Elect Reginald Ross joins us this episode to share career advice and professional development tips. With over three decades of food service experience Reginald Ross is a stellar example of what a difference having a growth mindset and being passionate about your profession makes. This episode we discuss Positioning yourself for professional growth How to start pursuing leadership opportunities Mastering work-life balance The true nature of the state agency - school food authority relationship What the SNA board does for you

44 MIN1 w ago
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Leadership and Professional Growth with Reginald Ross, SNS

Commodity Processing explained with Jesse Podratz

Good planning is a cornerstone of success for food service operations. School nutrition is no different. This is the time of year many of us are looking ahead to the next school year and making purchasing plans. Making the most of USDA foods can be a bit confusing. Jesse Podratz has years of experience working with school nutrition programs to help feed the nation's children with the help of commodity processing. This episode we discuss - The origin and intended use of USDA commodities - How manufacturers work to simplify commodity processing for school nutrition programs - Stakeholders in USDA commodity food processing - Best practices for making use of entitlement dollars Resources Mentioned https://www.schwansfoodservice.com/resources/#usda-commodity http://www.commodityfoods.org/

51 MIN2 w ago
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Commodity Processing explained with Jesse Podratz

Nutrition Education with Your Latina Nutritionist Dalina Soto

As Philadelphia based dietitian hailing from a Dominican family, Dalina Soto has developed a unique mastery of nutrition education that doesn't impose arbitrary food rules that undermine her clients' relationship with food. In this final episode of our special health habit focused January series We discuss the value of the MyPlate guidelines tailoring nutrition education to your audience meeting students and parents where they are respecting food culture diversity

41 MIN3 w ago
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Nutrition Education with Your Latina Nutritionist Dalina Soto

Health at Every Size and Cooking for One with Rebecca Clyde MS, RDN, CD

As a Registered Dietitian with a master’s degree in health coaching and exercise science, who follows anon-diet approach, Rebecca Clyde is uniquely qualified to walk us through this third part in our body positive series. This episode we discuss Discovering the joy of home cooking Health at Every Size Cooking hacks for busy people Developing easy throw-together meals

46 MINJAN 16
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Health at Every Size and Cooking for One with Rebecca Clyde MS, RDN, CD

Fostering Positive Body Image for Yourself and the Children Around You

Kaila Tova is well-versed in the psychology of marketing. She's used her specialized knowledge to uncover how aspirational bodies are used to sell the unattainable to consumers year after year. This episode Kaila help us understand why body hatred is so rampant and how we can protect our own body image and that of the children around us. This episode we discuss - Body image- How we may be reinforcing disordered eating in others- How to pursue health instead of weight loss Resources Referenced Health at Every Size https://haescommunity.com/ Your Body Your Brand https://www.bodybrandpod.com/

47 MINJAN 9
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Fostering Positive Body Image for Yourself and the Children Around You

Learning to Trust Your Body with Whitney Catalano RDN

Since this time of year so many of us are focused on setting extreme resolutions that could ultimately be harmful I thought it would be the perfect time to have specialists on to explain why diets are not healthy undertakings. I'm kicking off the New Year with the creator o the Trust Your Body Project, Whitney Catalano. Whitney Catalano is an anti-diet Registered Dietitian that helps people heal their relationship with food, break free from the diet/binge cycle, and learn to practice radical self-care. This episode we discuss Why diets are harmful How to pursue health without focusing on weight How to teach children about nutrition without promoting diet culture (i.e. restrictive eating/labeling foods good or bad) Resources https://medium.com/@daliakinsey/top-5-reasons-you-absolutely-should-not-make-resolutions-this-year-9b7810f0d5ee www.whitneycatalano.com https://www.instagram.com/trustyourbodyproject/

53 MINJAN 2
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Learning to Trust Your Body with Whitney Catalano RDN

Walking In Your Purpose and Celebrating True Friendship

In this final episode of the year we contemplate purposeful living and the beautiful friendships that blossom in the school the nutrition community with Vanessa Hayes and Jeremy West. Vanessa and Jeremy are a culinary geniuses with extensive leadership experience in school nutrition.They use their unique professional and personal backgrounds to deliver powerful and edutaining (educational and entertaining) presentations on a variety of subjects. I am so grateful that they both made the time to come on the show. We cover a lot of territory this episode; we discuss - culinary resources for school food service operations - the importance of professional organizations - purpose driven work and living - connecting beyond labels

59 MIN2019 DEC 19
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Walking In Your Purpose and Celebrating True Friendship

Fighting Disordered Eating with Evidenced Based Nutrition

Libby Parker, MS, RD owns the private practice, Not Your Average Nutritionist, LLC," Where she and her staff help people recover from eating disorders. Her background as a dietitian is in education, both creatingcurriculumand presenting in public health settings, as well as being adjunct faculty in the food science and nutrition department at Allan Hancock College. She also worked as a University campus nutrition counselor, and in corporate wellness. In 2019 Libby released her first book, "Permission To Eat: a practical guide to working yourself out of an eating disorder during college, while celebrating the awesomeness that is you!" This episode we talk about how eating disorders develop how to create a safe nutrition environment for students what diet culture is and how it puts true health at risk

42 MIN2019 DEC 12
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Fighting Disordered Eating with Evidenced Based Nutrition

Special Diets and Autisim Spectrum Disorder

There are just a handful of dietitians specializing in Autism Spectrum Disorder across the country. Since her brother was diagnosed with ASD over two decades ago, Brittyn Coleman has been immersed in learning about the diagnosis. Her master’s thesis studied food aversions and nutrient intake in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Before starting her private practice, she worked in interdisciplinary clinics and centers for kids with a wide variety of developmental disabilities, but her heart always stayed with ASD. She felt led to begin her own telehealth practice to increase the reach of nutrition therapy and nutrition education for families and individuals affected by ASD. This episode we discuss: the autism nutrition connection food aversions secondary to autism supporting families and students living with ASD

44 MIN2019 DEC 5
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Special Diets and Autisim Spectrum Disorder

Latest Episodes

Millennial Professional Development and Training in a Multi-Generational Workplace with Kristina Wallace M. Ed

You've already heard, millennials are the worst. What is it like for young professionals to enter a workplace biased against their peer group? This episode we have a candid conversation with Training Specialist Kristina Wallace about her experience as a millennial in a multi-generational department. This episode we also discuss - Nuances of training adults - Training low literacy employees - Approaches to self-directed professional development

40 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Millennial Professional Development and Training in a Multi-Generational Workplace with Kristina Wallace M. Ed

Leadership and Professional Growth with Reginald Ross, SNS

School Nutrition Association President-Elect Reginald Ross joins us this episode to share career advice and professional development tips. With over three decades of food service experience Reginald Ross is a stellar example of what a difference having a growth mindset and being passionate about your profession makes. This episode we discuss Positioning yourself for professional growth How to start pursuing leadership opportunities Mastering work-life balance The true nature of the state agency - school food authority relationship What the SNA board does for you

44 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Leadership and Professional Growth with Reginald Ross, SNS

Commodity Processing explained with Jesse Podratz

Good planning is a cornerstone of success for food service operations. School nutrition is no different. This is the time of year many of us are looking ahead to the next school year and making purchasing plans. Making the most of USDA foods can be a bit confusing. Jesse Podratz has years of experience working with school nutrition programs to help feed the nation's children with the help of commodity processing. This episode we discuss - The origin and intended use of USDA commodities - How manufacturers work to simplify commodity processing for school nutrition programs - Stakeholders in USDA commodity food processing - Best practices for making use of entitlement dollars Resources Mentioned https://www.schwansfoodservice.com/resources/#usda-commodity http://www.commodityfoods.org/

51 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Commodity Processing explained with Jesse Podratz

Nutrition Education with Your Latina Nutritionist Dalina Soto

As Philadelphia based dietitian hailing from a Dominican family, Dalina Soto has developed a unique mastery of nutrition education that doesn't impose arbitrary food rules that undermine her clients' relationship with food. In this final episode of our special health habit focused January series We discuss the value of the MyPlate guidelines tailoring nutrition education to your audience meeting students and parents where they are respecting food culture diversity

41 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Nutrition Education with Your Latina Nutritionist Dalina Soto

Health at Every Size and Cooking for One with Rebecca Clyde MS, RDN, CD

As a Registered Dietitian with a master’s degree in health coaching and exercise science, who follows anon-diet approach, Rebecca Clyde is uniquely qualified to walk us through this third part in our body positive series. This episode we discuss Discovering the joy of home cooking Health at Every Size Cooking hacks for busy people Developing easy throw-together meals

46 MINJAN 16
Comments
Health at Every Size and Cooking for One with Rebecca Clyde MS, RDN, CD

Fostering Positive Body Image for Yourself and the Children Around You

Kaila Tova is well-versed in the psychology of marketing. She's used her specialized knowledge to uncover how aspirational bodies are used to sell the unattainable to consumers year after year. This episode Kaila help us understand why body hatred is so rampant and how we can protect our own body image and that of the children around us. This episode we discuss - Body image- How we may be reinforcing disordered eating in others- How to pursue health instead of weight loss Resources Referenced Health at Every Size https://haescommunity.com/ Your Body Your Brand https://www.bodybrandpod.com/

47 MINJAN 9
Comments
Fostering Positive Body Image for Yourself and the Children Around You

Learning to Trust Your Body with Whitney Catalano RDN

Since this time of year so many of us are focused on setting extreme resolutions that could ultimately be harmful I thought it would be the perfect time to have specialists on to explain why diets are not healthy undertakings. I'm kicking off the New Year with the creator o the Trust Your Body Project, Whitney Catalano. Whitney Catalano is an anti-diet Registered Dietitian that helps people heal their relationship with food, break free from the diet/binge cycle, and learn to practice radical self-care. This episode we discuss Why diets are harmful How to pursue health without focusing on weight How to teach children about nutrition without promoting diet culture (i.e. restrictive eating/labeling foods good or bad) Resources https://medium.com/@daliakinsey/top-5-reasons-you-absolutely-should-not-make-resolutions-this-year-9b7810f0d5ee www.whitneycatalano.com https://www.instagram.com/trustyourbodyproject/

53 MINJAN 2
Comments
Learning to Trust Your Body with Whitney Catalano RDN

Walking In Your Purpose and Celebrating True Friendship

In this final episode of the year we contemplate purposeful living and the beautiful friendships that blossom in the school the nutrition community with Vanessa Hayes and Jeremy West. Vanessa and Jeremy are a culinary geniuses with extensive leadership experience in school nutrition.They use their unique professional and personal backgrounds to deliver powerful and edutaining (educational and entertaining) presentations on a variety of subjects. I am so grateful that they both made the time to come on the show. We cover a lot of territory this episode; we discuss - culinary resources for school food service operations - the importance of professional organizations - purpose driven work and living - connecting beyond labels

59 MIN2019 DEC 19
Comments
Walking In Your Purpose and Celebrating True Friendship

Fighting Disordered Eating with Evidenced Based Nutrition

Libby Parker, MS, RD owns the private practice, Not Your Average Nutritionist, LLC," Where she and her staff help people recover from eating disorders. Her background as a dietitian is in education, both creatingcurriculumand presenting in public health settings, as well as being adjunct faculty in the food science and nutrition department at Allan Hancock College. She also worked as a University campus nutrition counselor, and in corporate wellness. In 2019 Libby released her first book, "Permission To Eat: a practical guide to working yourself out of an eating disorder during college, while celebrating the awesomeness that is you!" This episode we talk about how eating disorders develop how to create a safe nutrition environment for students what diet culture is and how it puts true health at risk

42 MIN2019 DEC 12
Comments
Fighting Disordered Eating with Evidenced Based Nutrition

Special Diets and Autisim Spectrum Disorder

There are just a handful of dietitians specializing in Autism Spectrum Disorder across the country. Since her brother was diagnosed with ASD over two decades ago, Brittyn Coleman has been immersed in learning about the diagnosis. Her master’s thesis studied food aversions and nutrient intake in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Before starting her private practice, she worked in interdisciplinary clinics and centers for kids with a wide variety of developmental disabilities, but her heart always stayed with ASD. She felt led to begin her own telehealth practice to increase the reach of nutrition therapy and nutrition education for families and individuals affected by ASD. This episode we discuss: the autism nutrition connection food aversions secondary to autism supporting families and students living with ASD

44 MIN2019 DEC 5
Comments
Special Diets and Autisim Spectrum Disorder

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