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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.
 
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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Elaine Wyllie dives into how to combat childhood obesity through daily exercise. She talks about how exercise contributes to children’s brain development, why it's so important for children to establish sustainable wellness habits from an early age, and how institutions can overcome social inequalities to make exercise accessible for all children. …
 
Dr. Rachana Shah joins Shireen to explore the link between childhood obesity and type 2 diabetes. She outlines what to expect if your child experiences a pre-diabetes diagnosis, childhood obesity, and/or type 2 diabetes. Tune in to hear about what healthcare providers and caregivers can do to better prevent and manage childhood obesity and type 2 d…
 
Dr. Ashley Butler joins Shireen to discuss the prevalence of and intersection of race and ethnicity in childhood diabetes. She explains how implicit bias exacerbates existing disparities in healthcares and explores how social determinants of health impact childhood obesity. Dr. Ashley Butler is an Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics…
 
Dr. Sutaria joins Shireen to discuss the mental health impacts for children experiencing obesity and how social identities further affect this relationship. He outlines what is being done to help end the childhood obesity epidemic. Keep listening to learn how you can better support the mental health of children experiencing obesity. Dr. Shailen Sut…
 
On this episode of the Yumlish Podcast, Sue-Ellen Anderson-Haynes joins Shireen to discuss the effects of preconception diabetes on pregnancy. She explores the connections between preconception diabetes and gestational diabetes as well as the potential impacts on breast milk.Sue-Ellen Anderson-Haynes Holistic Women’s Health Registered Dietitian Nut…
 
On this episode of the Yumlish Podcast, Dr. Lindo Bacon joins Shireen to discuss fatphobia, body confidence, and navigating health information online. They touch on the ideas of body confidence and fatphobia. Dr. Lindo Bacon is a scientist and former professor who has mined their deep academic proficiency, their clinical expertise, and their person…
 
On this episode of the Yumlish podcast, Dr. Carla Marie Manly joins Shireen to discuss mental health management and chronic disease prevention. She also touches on partner intimacy and the link between diabetes and depression. Clinical psychologist and relationship expert Dr. Carla Marie Manly makes her home in Sonoma County, California. In additio…
 
On this week’s episode of the Yumlish Podcast, Leigh Tracy defines gestational diabetes and shares steps toward prevention. She also discusses management methods, the frequency of gestational diabetes in the United States, and the effects and impact of this condition on the baby and on the birthing person. Leigh is a registered dietitian and a cert…
 
What is uncontrolled diabetes? Dr. Richard Siegel joins Shireen on this episode of the Yumlish Podcast to answer that question. Dr. Seigel defines steps on how to manage diabetes and examines what diabetes management and care looks like for inpatients, taking into account the special considerations patients with diabetes might need to take if they …
 
Dr. Apoorva Gomber joins Shireen on this episode to discuss advocacy work addressing the stigma of having Type 1 Diabetes and how listeners can advocate for themselves and others. She also comments upon what is being done to increase access to care in the United States and across the globe. Dr. Apoorva Gomber is a trained physician from India and h…
 
On today’s episode, Dr. Mary Hastings joins Shireen to discuss Physical Therapists’ Role in Diabetes Prevention & Management. She also comments upon how to prevent the development of type 2 diabetes, tips for becoming more active, and gives advice to those who may be interested in pursuing a career in physical therapy. Dr. Mary Hastings is Professo…
 
In this episode, Elizabeth Pfiester joins Shireen to discuss insulin accessibility and advocacy. She also touches on the topics of diabetes supplies, medical care, and the Insulin for All movement. Elizabeth Pfiester is the founder and executive director of T1International, a global diabetes advocacy organization with the vision to support those wi…
 
Do diets ever make you feel constricted? Confined? Feeling like you have no control? In this episode, Amber Charles joins Shireen to discuss the No-Diet Method. Body Autonomy is an important factor in this method. Amber also gives advice on incorporating cultural foods into meals, nutritional therapy and interventions, and weight stigma. Amber Char…
 
Registered dietitian Kelly Schmidt discusses individualized nutrition, gut health, and the three pillars of autoimmune disease with Shireen on this episode of the Yumlish Podcast. She shares her style of aiding her clients and her experiences with Type 1 diabetes management. She also discusses how mindset and lifestyle changes can affect health. Ke…
 
Have you ever wondered about how a health group impacts your healthcare? On today’s episode, Dr. Burns and Dr. Dranove join Shireen to discuss just that! They also share their insights on megaproviders, insurance, and primary care. Their joint book Big Med: Megaproviders and the High Cost of Healthcare in America is available for purchase at Univer…
 
Dr. Robert Pearl joins Shireen to discuss physician culture, improvements that can be made to it, and questions to ask your doctor. Dr. Pearl is a Forbes healthcare contributor, the former CEO of The Permanente Medical Group, a best-selling author, and a Stanford Medical School and Business School professor. He is also the host of two healthcare po…
 
Mary-Ellen Phipps talks to Shireen about her personal experience living with Type 1 Diabetes, the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes and The Easy Diabetes Cookbook. Mary-Ellen also explains how individuals with diabetes can utilize fat fiber and protein to balance their blood sugar. Mary-Ellen is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist who o…
 
Dr. Andie Lee Gonzalez is from South Texas and started as a registered dietician nutritionist with HEB Nutrition Services. She now serves as a sales representative for HEB. Within this role, she helps maintain relationships with physicians, employers, and serves as a spokesperson for nutrition education, and health and wellness. As a delegate, she'…
 
Registered Dietitian Toby Amidor talks to us about the risk of unmanaged diabetes, nutrition strategies that she's found helpful and most useful to assist individuals in managing their diabetes, and the Create Your Plate model and how it can be adapted for cuisines of different cultures. With over 20 years of experience in the Food and Nutrition in…
 
Have you ever wondered what terms like natural free range cage free and no sugar added really mean? In this episode, Shireen talked to Dr. Ernest Baskin who walked us through these terms and really empowers us to make better decisions the next time we are grocery shopping or at a restaurant. Dr. Baskin is an Assistant Professor of Food Marketing an…
 
Holly Howe talks to Shireen about understanding motivation and that while willpower is a limited resource, we can still incorporate healthy choices without exerting willpower. And lastly, she talks to us about the Open Science Online Grocery Store tool that tests choice architecture. Holly Howe is a fourth year PhD candidate in marketing at Duke Un…
 
In this episode, Dr. Kim Daniels talks to us about the anti-diet approach, how intuitive eating can be far superior and effective than the focus on weight loss, her Health at Every Size approach, and how we can advocate for our care to our medical team. Dr. Daniels is a clinical psychologist and an online emotional eating coach. Using intuitive eat…
 
Dr. Anne Thorndike explains to us what is behavioral economics and choice architecture, how we're surrounded by it, and how we should make our day-to-day decisions at the workplace as well as at the grocery store. We learn what we can do differently in utilizing choice architecture to be applied on a more micro level in our homes. Dr. Thorndike is …
 
Do you need to spend a lot of money on food if you want a healthy diet? Can you use food as medicine? In this episode, Tami Ross corrects some misconceptions about diet and gives some tips on a healthy, cheap, and assessable diet focused on diabetes patients. She also talks about her books and what inspired her to write them. Tami Ross is a nationa…
 
Maria-Paula Carillo talks to us about the benefits of the D.A.S.H. diet, the foods to avoid during the diet, and how the D.A.S.H. diet can be incorporated into cultural foods. Maria-Paula also explains that while the focus of the D.A.S.H. diet is not necessarily weight loss, having this healthy lifestyle can lead to it. Maria-Paula is a private pra…
 
Is weight or the only thing to think about when making health decisions? How can we manage our weight but still be healthy? In this episode, Ian talks to us about weight bias and patient-centered care. He also tells us how we can move from a weight-focused approach to a health-focused one. Ian Patton, PhD is a patient engagement specialist working …
 
This week, Shireen and Candice Jones discuss why the Black, Hispanic and Latino populations are disproportionately affected by diabetes, what barriers to diabetes care are related to cultural food practices, and cultural considerations in diabetes education. Candice, originally from Maryland, presides as the dietetic technician program chair at Cin…
 
Virgie Tovar speaks on her experience with the negative effects of weight discrimination, discovering self-love, and balancing health with body acceptance and positivity. Tovar holds a master's degree in Sexuality Studies with a focus on the intersections of body size, race, and gender. She's a contributor for Forbes where she covers the plus-size …
 
Shireen interviews Andrew Akhaphong about his work as a dietitian and recommends diets based on chronic conditions like diabetes and heart disease. Andrew talks about how one diet does not fit all and how one should use portion control in their own diet. Andrew has been a registered dietitian and has been in the grocery retail industry for four yea…
 
What is systemic racism in the healthcare field? In this episode, Teresa Turner teaches us how we as patients can deal with and manage problems in healthcare in the terms of racism and how important it is to make the nutrition field more inclusive. Teresa is a registered dietitian and School Nutrition Specialist who manages the food service operati…
 
Shireen sits down with registered dietitian Jaime Freier, and discuss Dietary Guidelines focusing on sodium, sugar and alcohol. Jaime recommends how the dietary guidelines should be reviewed and adjusted, and how one could stay up-to-date with their nutrition information. Jamie is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Licensed Dietitian skilled i…
 
Do you have a positive relationship with food? In this episode, Registered Dietitian Sarah Crulcich tells us how important it is to permit ourselves to have food and enjoy it. How important is it to have a dialogue when it comes to food? Sarah explains how food insecurity can bring toxic stress and have an impact on our immune systems, and on child…
 
Are children aware of what is happening to their health? In this episode, Dr. Powell teaches us how important is for adults to teach their children healthy habits related to food and exercise, so common diseases that affected mostly adults, don’t affect them so hard like it is nowadays. She also points out the intensity of diseases in colored and p…
 
Trends in terms of food are good or bad? With a life full of nutrition studies, Lisa Andrew teaches us how we can have awareness of what we purchase to eat, and the differences of choosing a healthy product for dietetics. She also emphasizes why you should enjoy your food more and not be so neurotic about it. Lisa is a seasoned dietitian who shares…
 
Welcome to the 2020 Wrap-up! We are taking a walk down memory lane with some of our all-time most listened to episodes from the past year. Keynotes: [2:09] Dr. William Li in COVID-19 and Eating for Diabetes talks about expanding how we think about the development of type two diabetes. [4:05] Choosing the right foods can prevent or help manage diabe…
 
Is it important to prevent yourself from diseases? Is it easier to just take care of yourself when you get ill? In this episode, Marsha-Gail Davis tells us how important it is to be one step ahead from illnesses and also how the internal and external environments can impact our healthcare. Dr. Davis MD, is a primary care internist and preventionist…
 
Do you care about your health on holiday meals? In this episode, Dr. Teresa Wagner teaches us how we can deal with big meals during holidays and still be healthy. She also gives tips on how we can cover up the COVID-19 stress, social distance and difficulties we can have, and still have fun in this holiday season. Dr. Wagner is a registered and lic…
 
Does diabetes have an equal treatment for every patient? Do you know how to communicate with health providers? In this episode, Sandra tells us how different the treatment is for each patient based on the culture, personal fears, and habits. Also, she states that once you are diagnosed with some disease, it is indispensable that you understand what…
 
Is exercise what makes us lose weight? How can we balance it with our eating habits so we can be healthy? Being healthy also means losing weight, and if necessary, having good mental health. In this episode, Dr. Tinka Barnes teaches us how we can use exercise to improve our health properly even during the COVID-19 pandemic and how we can use moveme…
 
What is food colonialism? How has it helped shape “right” and “wrong” foods? In this episode, Tambra Stevenson tells us about food oppression and how it is reflected in our society. This colonization leads to a series of chronic diseases such as diabetes, which is why Tambra teaches us how we can control and improve our eating habits. Featured as a…
 
Can someone be obese and still be malnourished? In this episode, Wendy Phillips, a nutritionist for over 20 years, tells us about what it means to be malnourished, how one can be diagnosed for it and how it can be treated. She says how good health and good nutrition can be managed and maintained daily. Wendy has worked for Morrison Healthcare for 1…
 
Do you know your vitamins? Did you know that most vitamins fall into two broad categories? And an excess of one category actually gets flushed right out of you! Find out if vitamin supplements actually live up to the hype! In this episode, registered dietitian Amanda Izquierdo shares this and so much more! Amanda is a Chicago based dietitian and fo…
 
In this episode, Registered Dietitian Shannon Leininger talks to us about why we should not “demonize” foods, what it means when physicians advise you to “cut out carbs and anything white,” and she explains what it means to meet patients where they are. Shannon is a Registered Dietitian, Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist and Certifie…
 
In this episode, Karina Nayeli Soto, Yumlish’s lead Dietitian, talks to us about the prevalence of diabetes in the Latino community and the contributing factors to that, her culturally relevant approach in nutrition therapy, the misconceptions around diabetes, and grocery shopping habits in the Latino community. Karina is a Bi-Lingual Registered Di…
 
In this episode, Registered Dietitian Madalyn Vasquez talks to us about her journey into nutrition with a specific focus on diabetes care, how she's closing gaps within nutrition, and eliminating stigmas around diabetes within the Latino community, and how she works to simplify education and related information regarding diabetes so it doesn’t feel…
 
On this episode Dietitian Nutritionist and Diabetes Care and Education Specialist Kim Rose speaks of her work to keep nutrition advice simple and inclusive, the impact of plant-based eating, her work in Florida a recent covid-19 hotspot, and her podcast. Kim is a Florida RDN who specializes in health and wellness concerns for underserved population…
 
On this episode, Registered Dietitian Joyce Verdejo chats about her work in nutrition, specifically in diabetes care, her strong focus on the Latino community, the diversity and richness of foods within this community, her efforts to release bilingual posts to make information accessible, and widely held misconceptions in diabetes. Joyce has 20 yea…
 
On this episode, Registered Nurse and Diabetes Educator, Megan Muñoz chats about associated risk factors for diabetes that are not behavioral, her fight to reduce the stigma associated with type 2 diabetes, and why it is so important to reduce that stigma in order to obtain great quality care. Muñoz is the creator and host of "Type 2 and You with M…
 
On this episode, Registered Dietitian Yvonne D. Greer talks about the importance of cultural relevance in nutrition, the impact of COVID-19 and racism on health disparities within communities of color, and the impact of social capital on food insecurity. Yvonne is the owner of Y-Eat Right, a nutritional consulting company for healthy living. Throug…
 
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