Why is moderation not as alluring in the food world as the idea of “eliminate”?
In this episode, I chat with licensed nutritionist and professionally trained chef Monica Reinagel, host of the long-running hit podcast Nutrition Diva.
We talk about moderation, how the constant nutrition noise from the media makes eating well confusing, and how our unique lived experiences with food can make moderation challenging.
Monica’s podcast was the very first I ever listened to, and she shares her journey from professional opera singer to nutrition expert and podcasting diva.
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Get to know Monica Reinagel
Monica Reinagel, MS, LD/N, CNS is a board-certified, licensed nutritionist and professionally trained chef. Her advice is regularly featured on the TODAY show, Dr. Oz, CBS News, Morning Edition, and in the nation’s leading newspapers, magazines, and websites. She’s also a regular contributor to the Huffington Post, Scientific American, Food and Nutrition magazine, and My Fitness Pal, as well as a busy public speaker and educator. Monica’s weekly Nutrition Diva podcast has been one of iTunes’ most highly ranked health and fitness podcasts since its debut in 2008, with more than 400 episodes and over 28 million downloads in 189 countries. Her nutrition blog and coaching programs are found at NutritionOverEasy.com.
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