EP40 Interview with the most Ethical Dietitian I know

On today’s show, I chat with one of the most ethical dietitians I’ve ever met, other than yours truly!  I’ve long been disappointed and annoyed by some of my colleagues and the organizations that represent my profession as a Dietitian.  And that is how I found Andy and his work.  Seriously, he is dedicating his life to making sure that dietitians have a place to go to unite and use their collective power to change their practices, organizational sponsorship and research funding sources.

You really need to check out this guy’s stuff, seriously, he’s legit!

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Dan T

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Things talked about in this PODCAST

Andy’s Facebook Page (here).

Dietitians for Professional Integrity web-site (here).

Andy’s Website and Blog (here).

Andy’s Private Services (here).

ASN sponsorship and Kraft (here).

Super size me on IMDB (here).

Professor Marion Nestle at New York University (here).

Professor Marion Nestle’s Food Politics website (here).

Professor Marion Nestle’s Food Politics book (here).

Sugar is more more addictive vs. cocaine (here).

My Prior post on the real danger in diet part 1 (here) and part 2 (here).

Jamie Oliver Food Revolution (here).

Jamie Oliver Ted Talk (here).

Food Industry Biasing of Nutrition Research (here) and (here).

Prior post on Unifying Theory of Health Research (here).

Prior podcast on the USDA 2015 dietary guidelines (here).

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