Podcast Episode 011: The Overworked Person’s Guide to Better Nutrition: Interview with Jill Weisenberger
Jun 16, 2015
Today’s topic is all about how to make realistic and meaningful lifestyle changes when you’re overworked and stressed out.
Today’s guest, Jill Weisenberger, MS, RDN, CDE, FAND, is an internationally recognized nutrition and diabetes expert with more than two decades of experience. Through writing, speaking and one-on-one coaching, Jill empowers people to grab control of their health. She has worked as both a nutrition counselor and a diabetes educator in the hospital and research settings, and now in private practice in Newport News, Virginia. Jill is known for her practical approach and caring attitude. Her no-nonsense strategies to eating well include foods that both taste good and are good for you.
On this episode we discuss simple steps you can take to eat well, reduce stress and improve your health.
Here are the resources we mentioned on the show:
- Jill’s books, blog, social media accounts and more information can be found here: www.JillWeisenberger.com
- The American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) annual meeting (Melissa is speaking this year!)
- Article: 5 White Foods You Should Be Eating by Bonnie Taub Dix MA, RDN, CDN
- Calorie Control Council
- Book: The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing
Protein Challenge Link and episodes
- Today’s Dietitian Conference
- My blog interview with Jill
This podcast was not sponsored, but I did receive a free copy of Jill’s book to review.
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I’m the Guilt-Free RD® – “Because food shouldn’t make you feel bad!™”;. So, on my Food for Thought blog I’m exploring the secret ingredients needed to enjoy your food with health in mind. I’m also a “Dietitian Enthusiast” so I’m showcasing interviews with dietitians. My “How To” Series shares practical advice to help boost communication skills and gain more visibility, influence and success.
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