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Welcome to Yumlish podcast, where our mission is to amplify the voices of health professionals to help you better manage chronic conditions, like type 2 diabetes, through nutrition and wellness. We discuss everything from preventative care to multicultural nutrition to the stigmatization of chronic illness. Join us every Thursday for your weekly dose of nutrition, physical activity, and all things health.
 
Conferenza Antroposofica sulla multiculturalità. Tutti i colori della pelle sono belli Una società, fino a ieri per tanti versi omogenea, si trova oggi di fronte a una convivenza di culture, lingue, religioni e colori della pelle tanto diversi l'uno dll'altro. Queste diversità sono fenomeni di gruppo, che tendono a far scomparire l'uomo come individuo.
 
Hosted by Petronella Lugemwa, the “I Am Multicultural” Podcast explores what it means to be multicultural by sharing stories of love of various interracial, multiracial, mixed, biracial, blended, interfaith couples, families & friends.
 
En este episodio se discutirá el tema de la multiculturalidad enfatizando las diferencias en relación no solo en la cultura, sino en la diversidad y equidad, y cómo éstas se integran en la importancia de que un PHL tenga en mente el concepto de multiculturalidad y el desarrollo y diferencias del lenguaje.
 
Hi, I’m Lynda, aka MommyPowers: biracial Latina, blogging at MixedBlessingsBlog.com. Why “Mixed?” I’m biracial, hubby is Black, and our sons are all of the above! I’m a Texas native, raising my family in California. I cover food, family, travel, and life, from a multicultural perspective. This podcast will be an extension of my blog, and give me an opportunity to discuss ALL the things, from mental health to CBD, anxiety to dysfunctional families, narcissists to introverts . . . Errythang! Y ...
 
Bilingual Kids Rock Podcast is your place to connect with multilingual families, language experts, and passionate authors from around the world. We share actionable tips and motivational stories. Learn from our experiences so your journey raising multilingual children is enjoyable, manageable, and successful.
 
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Today we are talking to Melissa Mendez about the role of food and nutrients in your body and why so many Americans are deficient in nutrients. Melissa is a licensed and registered dietitian specializing in obesity and weight management. She has eight years of experience at Parkland Health and offers a variety of medical nutrition therapies, includi…
 
Dr. Nicole Avena talks to us about sugar and food addiction; what it means, the brain reward system, if being hangry is real, and the relation between food and mood. Dr. Nicole Avena is an Associate Professor of Neuroscience at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City, and a Visiting Professor of Health Psychology at Princeton University. In…
 
Today, we are talking to Dr. Michael Vallis about diabetes distress, fear of hypoglycemia, and psychological insulin resistance. Stay tuned! Dr. Vallis is a psychologist based in Halifax, Canada. He is an Associate Professor in Family Medicine at Dalhousie University. His main area of expertise is adult health psychology, with an emphasis on obesit…
 
Yumlish recaps 2022 with highlights of some leaders in the diabetic healthcare profession. Let’s take a look back at some of the most informative discussions over the year. Question of the Day: What did you think of this episode? Episode Highlights: The Mayo Clinic Diet Diabetes and sleep Cardiometabolic diseases Diabetic eye disease Community well…
 
Dr. Hensrud talks to us about the Mayo Clinic diet and answers your frequent questions about artificial sweeteners and rice, as well as the paradox around “eat less and exercise more”. Dr. Hensrud is a consultant in the Division of General Internal Medicine, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine and Nutrition at the Mayo Clinic, and is medical…
 
In this episode, we will be talking with Ms. Melanie Teslik a certified diabetes care and educational specialist. In this episode, we will be discussing lipohypertrophy its causes, tips for management, and myths and misconceptions she addresses as a diabetes nurse educator. Ms. Teslik is a certified diabetes care and education specialist and board …
 
In this episode, we will be discussing cardiometabolic diseases, like heart disease and diabetes, lifestyle changes, statins, and valuing the quality of diet over quantity with Dr. Robert Eckel, Professor of Medicine Emeritus with appointments in the Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism, Diabetes, and Cardiology at the University of Cincinnati Col…
 
Dr. Alka Kanaya joins Yumlish to talk about the correlation between obesity and diabetes. Dr. Kanaya is a primary care doctor and a clinical researcher at UCSF. She has focused her research on understanding why there is a higher risk of diabetes and heart disease among South Asians. “[S]leep is very highly associated with craving centers and Satya …
 
Yumlish welcomes Dr. Alana Biggers an assistant professor of medicine at the University of Illinois-Chicago. Dr. Biggers is passionate about health disparity research and achieving health equity. Dr. Biggers leads a mentored research study to investigate the effects of mindfulness meditation on sleep and stress around Type II diabetes and heart dis…
 
Susan Weiner owner of Susan Weiner Nutrition, PLLC is an award-winning nutritionist, author, and speaker. Susan earned her master’s degree in Applied Physiology and Nutrition from Columbia University. Susan was 2015’s ADCES Diabetes Educator of the Year and received the 2022’s Distinguished Service Award from the Diabetes Dietetic Practice Group of…
 
Zakiya joins Yumlish to discuss the importance of a community coming together and creating a space to become healthier. Zakiya Jenkins owns and operates a fitness studio dedicated to helping people in her community be healthier. Zakia resides in Des Moines Iowa and is the founder and Executive Director of Grace Fitness. Zakiya is the founder and Ex…
 
Yumlish sits down with Lisa Golden a certified diabetes care educator. Lisa explains the role of a CDCES, the importance of regular eye exams for someone with diabetes, and the signs and symptoms of diabetic eye disease. Lisa Golden is a diabetes care and education specialist. She specializes in working with people with disabilities such as people …
 
Asian Indians have the highest risk of diabetes, higher than any other minority group. Yumilsh welcomes Dr. Rupinder Deol to help understand the underlying factors. Dr. Deol also discusses healthcare physicians' role in providing medical care based on patients' ethnicity. Dr. Rupinder Deol is an NP who specializes in Obesity and Diabetes. Her area …
 
Megan Robinson specializes in dietary and nutritional health in athletes with diabetes. Megan will discuss the nutritional challenges athletes with type 1 diabetes endure and how to build better nutritional health. Megan will explain how diabetes affects the athletes' train. Megan Robinson a registered dietitian and nutritionist (RDN) since 1994 ha…
 
In today’s episode we welcome back Sue-Ellen Anderson-Haynes to our podcast. September is PCOS awareness month. We will be discussing some of the health problems that can develop from polycystic ovary syndrome and how you can better manage it. Sue-Ellen is a Registered Dietitian of over 14 years and a Certified Diabetes Care Education Specialist (C…
 
Show Notes: Shireen is joined by Dr. Janis Roszler who specializes in sexual health for people with diabetes. Diabetic people can suffer from sexual problems due to diabetes. Janis will discuss some of these topics and how you can better manage them. Dr. Janis Roszler is a two-time award-winning Diabetes Educator of the Year, a licensed marriage an…
 
Show Notes: In today’s episode with Dr. Wendy Mobley-Bukstein we will be discussing better ways for physicians to personalize healthcare for their patients and the tools and resources available to a clinician to enable them to personalize that care. Dr. Wendy Mobley-Bukstein PharmD is an Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice in the College of Ph…
 
In today’s episode we will be talking with Dr. Aleem Kanji who specializes in Endocrinology. Dr. Kanji will be explaining the three criteria to test for pre-diabetes, symptoms associated with pre-diabetes, pre-diabetes reversal, and lifestyle changes that have an impact on one’s diabetes status. Aleem Kanji, M.D. is a board-certified endocrinologis…
 
In today's episode, we will be talking with Serena Valentine about peer support for those who have chronic illnesses due to diabetes. Serena will talk about the importance of finding support for anyone who has diabetes and how to transition to your new lifestyle. Ms. Serena Valentine is the Executive Director of CORE Initiative, a health & wellness…
 
In this week's episode, we will be speaking with Dr. Irl Hirsch about the high costs of insulin. Dr. Hirsch will discuss the struggles that people with type 1 diabetes face because the cost of insulin has increased to an untouchable point, which forces people to find alternative ways to save money. We will also be talking about the politicization o…
 
In today’s episode we will be discussing the relationship between obesity and diabetes with Dr. Ivania Rizo. We will be talking about the disparities in diabetes and how it affects minorities. Dr. Ivania Rizo is Director of Obesity Medicine at Boston Medical Center and Assistant Professor of Medicine In Endocrinology, Diabetes, Nutrition, and Weigh…
 
In today’s episode we will be talking with SaRene Brooks who is the Director of Nutrition and Weight Management Services at Integrated Diabetes Services . SaRene discusses some of the challenges people face with diabetes and how exercise and a healthy diet can help you manage it. SaRene Brooks is a Registered Dietitian and a Certified Diabetes Care…
 
In today’s episode, we will be talking to Dr. Alexanian who is the Director of Inpatient Diabetes Program at the Boston Medical Center, she specializes in inpatient management of diabetes. In this episode, we will discuss several life-threatening complications of diabetes called diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) and hyperosmolar hypoglycemic state (HHS).…
 
Dr. Widen will be discussing some of the obstacles pregnant people face when they are unable to access nutritional foods and how it affects the baby during pregnancy and after. We will also be talking about the different kinds of programs that can be created to help educate pregnant people in low-income communities. Beth Widen, Ph.D., RD is current…
 
On this episode, Dr. Eicher-Miller will be discussing what she has found in her research on food insecurity. We will also be talking about federal programs, food pantries, and community gardens and how important they are to communities that are in need. Dr. Eicher-Miller is an Associate Professor of Nutrition Science at Purdue University. Her resea…
 
In this episode, Dr. Hazzard will be talking about the relationship between disordered eating and chronic health conditions as well as the groups that are affected by food insecurity and lastly, what clinicians can do to screen for food insecurity. Dr. Vivienne Hazzard (she/her) is a registered dietitian with a Ph.D. and MPH in nutrition from the U…
 
In this week's episode, Dr. Heydarian will be discussing the effects associated with biological and sociological factors. We will also discuss the effects of stress eating and the importance of communication between health specialists and their patients. Dr. Heydarian is a social health psychologist who examines disparities in chronic disease self-…
 
On this episode, Dr. Nair will be discussing the importance of spirituality in medicine. We will also talk about patients wanting to incorporate spirituality with alternative medicine and how these practices combined have had a positive effect on their patients' health. Dr. Turya Nair is a faculty physician, board-certified in both family medicine …
 
On this episode, Dr. Ehrhardt talks to us about her new research project, in which she studies how a culturally tailored diabetes education program combined with real-time glucose monitoring can help Latinx populations with Type 2 diabetes. We will also discuss future education programs for people with diabetes. Nicole Ehrhardt is an adult endocrin…
 
On this episode, Dr. Mattes explains his expertise in how the sensory properties of food affect not only food choice in individuals but also the digestion and metabolism of certain foods in the body. Dr. Mattes is a Distinguished Professor of Nutrition Science at Purdue University, Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine at the Indiana University S…
 
On this episode Dr. Lee talks about the importance of watching your sodium intake and discusses the ways that processed food can be changed to include less of it. Soo-Yeun Lee (Soo) is a Professor in the department of Food Science and Human Nutrition at the University of Illinois. Her research focuses on utilizing innovative sensory methods to deve…
 
Dr. Joanna Rees talks to us about her recent research on the effects of taking a healthy cooking class on the mental health and confidence of participants. Dr. Rees is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian with a background as a chef and sports coach, currently working as a post-doctoral research fellow in the area of gut health. Her particular area o…
 
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Dr. Hughes talks to us about the intersection of behavioral medicine and diabetes treatment: in other words, the psychosocial challenges of diabetes management. Ally is an Assistant Professor at Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, Department of Primary Care. She is passionate about health policy. Her research in diabetes focus…
 
Dr. Fernandez talks to us about behavioral health, integrated behavioral health care models, and how those are related to his other specialty, cultural psychiatry. Pedro José Fernandez, M.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at University of Texas (UT) Southwestern Medical Center. He serves as CO- Chief of Psychiatry at Par…
 
Dr. Vivian talks to us about her research focus in diabetes treatment for African American and Latino populations and her recently funded project which focuses on African American grandmothers as role models to their grandchildren. Eva Marie Vivian is a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy. Dr. Vivian has been referre…
 
Dr. Gunasekaran talks to us about her specialty in treating low income diabetes patients and the importance of building a relationship with the patient to help them successfully manage their disease. Dr. Gunasekaran is an endocrinologist who specializes in diabetes care. She provides care mainly at Parkland Health, a safety net health system, for p…
 
Dr. Tamara Kear talks to us about ANNA’s recent research into the mental health and wellbeing of nephrology nurses and the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on this issue, as well as what workplaces and the nursing industry can do to alleviate this common yet serious problem. Dr. Tamara Kear is the Executive Director for the American Nephrology Nurs…
 
Dr. Alison Brown talks to us about her research in cultural nutrition and racial and ethnic health disparities. Alison Brown, MS, PhD, RDN is a public health nutrition researcher committed to addressing diet-related health disparities through research, community engagement and empowerment, and systems change. Dr. Brown serves as a Program Director …
 
Dr. Goode talks about social justice in health, her past research on treating binge eating in Black women, and her current research on the interaction between binge eating and Type 2 diabetes in African Americans. Dr. Rachel Goode is an Assistant Professor at the School of Social Work and in the Center for Eating Disorder Excellence at the Universi…
 
I’m tired of seeing bloggers at events who are only there for the freebies. Worst yet, they keep getting invited back. WHY? I believe event organizers need to vet bloggers better, and I’m willing to do the job, if they can’t! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
In this episode, Dr. Candice Price talks about her research on the effects of sugary drinks on type 2 diabetes and heart disease and her recent focus on this topic in Sub-Saharan Africa. Dr. Candice Price is an Assistant Professor at the University of California, Davis with seven years of experience as a cardiometabolic research scientist focused o…
 
In this episode, Lori Hartwell talks about her story of surviving and thriving with chronic kidney disease, her work founding the Renal Support Network with the goal of helping kidney patients become their own best advocates, and her work developing public policy to advocate for individuals with chronic kidney disease. Lori Hartwell’s mission is to…
 
In this episode, Dr. Heung talks about his research focus in acute kidney injury (AKI), the effects of COVID-19 on the population of dialysis patients, and how we can keep our kidneys healthy. Dr. Heung is a nephrologist (kidney specialist) at the University of Michigan where he has practiced since 2005. While he is a general nephrologist and sees …
 
In this episode, Dr. Buscemi talks about her research in diabetes mortality by race. We talk about the United States cities with the worst health disparities, how inequality affects diabetes mortality, and how health policy can be changed to fix this. Dr. Joanna Buscemi is a Clinical Health Psychologist and Assistant Professor at DePaul University …
 
In this episode, Dr. Glied talks to us about all things insulin! We talk about the rising cost of insulin, insulin affordability, insulin cost for people with and without insurance, and the implications of the Build Back Better bill on insulin affordability. Sherry is a health economist, who is currently the Dean of the Wagner School of Public Serv…
 
In this episode, Dr. Margrethe Horlyck-Romanovsky discusses intra-ethnic diabetes disparities and how to optimize diabetes risk assessments for diverse populations. She also talks about how immigrant status, ethnicity, and race can influence diabetes risk in populations of African descent. Dr. Horlyck-Romanovsky is a public health nutrition profess…
 
Show Notes: In this episode, Dr. Leisman delves into kidney disease in diabetes, including symptoms and foods to avoid with kidney disease and diabetes. She talks about how a plant-based diet can help kidney disease with diabetes and gives specific suggestions for how diabetec individuals can take control of their health to prevent kidney failure. …
 
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