IN THIS EPISODE
Carrie Dennett is a Pacific Northwest-based nutrition therapist, certified Intuitive Eating counselor, journalist, author and speaker.
She writes a weekly nutrition column for The Seattle Times and contributes regularly to Today’s Dietitian magazine. Carrie is the author of Healthy For (Your) Life: A Non-Diet Approach to Optimal Well-being, which blends intuitive and mindful eating with a non-diet approach, current nutrition science, and a lot of nutrition myth-busting.
She also brings these principles to her virtual private practice, where she helps women who are struggling with disordered eating or trying to overcome chronic dieting, and who want a more peaceful relationship with food and their bodies. She is a second-career dietitian who worked as a newspaper journalist for many years before earning her Master of Public Health in nutritional sciences from the University of Washington.
We discuss topics including:
- Carrie’s passion of being an RDN and a journalist
- The problems with “diet culture” and “wellness culture”
- Understanding what is “diet culture”? And understanding what is “wellness culture”?
- Asking oneself who is my audience?
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