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After a brief hiatus, we are back with EXTRA CHEESE! Your extra sprinkle, slice, string, wedge, or dollop of current food and nutrition stories in the news. This week, Sarah and Becca cover the tragic story of Chantal Giacalone, a model whose life was tragically altered after a severe allergic reaction to peanuts. Then, we hear from a listener who …
 
Sarah & Becca start off by doing a deep dive into the new Seaspiracy documentary. Sarah then gives us an overview of the fishing industry and the amazing technology behind aquaponics. Becca shares her knowledge on the law of the sea, specifically in relation to overfishing and high seas crime. She then discusses the conflict that arose between fish…
 
Talk about a sticky situation! This episode will activate your sweet tooth and leave you scratching your head about one of the largest agricultural crimes in history. Becca starts off by taking us to maple syrup school, where she covers the history of maple syrup and teaches us how maple syrup is made. Then, Sarah dives into the great Canadian mapl…
 
Welcome to Dietetics After Dark! The podcast where true crime meets food. Join Sarah and Becca as they use their backgrounds in nutrition and criminology to discuss fascinating food-related scandals using an evidence-based lens. Grab a snack, put on your comfy pants, and get ready to dive into the weird and wonderful world of Dietetics After Dark. …
 
This episode pairs well with a glass of wine. Sarah starts us off with a lesson in our favourite alcoholic beverage, including the proper lingo and some French history. She tells us the unfortunate tale of the grape louse and how it impacted wine production in the 19th and 20th centuries. She then answers the question everyone is asking: is red win…
 
Becca starts off the episode with a background on a particular type of business that often promotes nutrition products: Multi-level Marketing. Follow along to hear all about what they are, how to spot an pyramid scheme, and why you should steer clear. Sarah then discusses a fascinating case of a dinner-party-themed MLM that was recently featured on…
 
Sarah and Becca chat about the potential downside that comes with eating 30kg of oranges before boarding your flight. Then they discuss a new and exciting innovation in the alt-meat world! This is an independently produced podcast and your support means a lot to us. Please rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen! For a full list of referenc…
 
Sarah starts the episode off with the fascinating history of cooking, including how fire led to strides in human development. She then highlights the connection between the invention of the dishwasher and the women’s liberation movement. Becca discusses the discovery of refrigerants like Freon and how it resulted in the creation of non-stick pans. …
 
Becca and Sarah discuss some recent drama around Subway restaurants and their tuna...if you can even call it that. They explain how this new claim relates to Jessica Simpson and a Canadian lawsuit about chicken. Listen to episode 002 for more scandal on Subway! This is an independently produced podcast and your support means a lot to us. Please rat…
 
This week, Becca tells us the truth about “superfoods” and Sarah tackles the unfortunate side effects that can occur when a commodity product suddenly becomes ultra-popular. For a full list of references, visit our website. This is an independently produced podcast and your support means a lot to us. Please rate, review, and subscribe wherever you …
 
Becca and Sarah discuss the recent authorization for the sale of lab-grown meat in Singapore. They chat about all the potential economic and ethical benefits, their personal feelings about eating meat grown in a lab, and some other important considerations that might surprise you! This is an independently produced podcast and your support means a l…
 
Caution! Contents of this episode are HOT. Sarah starts off with some McDonald’s fast food history, including how they integrated Ford’s Model-T assembly line to create their quick service and drive thru, and the key role milkshakes played in their success. She then highlights some international menu items that have been tailored to satisfy consume…
 
Becca and Sarah discuss a recent study that shows binge drinking has increased due to the stress triggered by COVID-19. Becca leaves you with some tips for healthier alcohol consumption and discusses a surprising silver-lining for the restaurant industry. This is an independently produced podcast and your support means a lot to us. Please rate, rev…
 
Building off last week's episode on sugar, Becca starts off the episode with a little Carbohydrates 101 and discusses the fascinating history of low-carb dieting. She touches on the Letter of Corpulence by William Banting (a low-carb diet that left plenty of room for alcohol and pie filling) and the invention of the Ketogenic diet as a way to manag…
 
In this episode of Extra Cheese, Becca and Sarah discuss the ongoing Indian Farmers' Protest. This nation-wide protest has been going on for over four months and has been called the largest protest in human history. The farmers are protesting against new laws that have the potential to significantly reduce their income. To learn more, check out the…
 
Sarah starts the episode off with the history and origins of refined sugar, including our innate preference for sweet foods and a quick lesson in carbohydrates. Becca then discusses the infamous Harvard sugar study of the 1960’s and the decades of repercussions on the food industry, research and consumer buying habits. She then breaks down some of …
 
In this episode of our new segment, Extra Cheese, Becca and Sarah discuss an ongoing case of welfare fraud through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). They then touch on how shoplifting rates for food items are at an all time high due to COVID-19. For a full list of references, visit our website. This is an independently produced …
 
Wednesday 9th December Dietetics Digest Tips for New Dietitians, evidence-based practice and guidelines feat. Mike Patterson (Episode 6) In this episode, we have Mike Patterson. Mike is a Specialist Intestinal Failure Dietitian currently conducting his PhD in Palliative PN and PVG. Mike is also a Muay Thai Coach in his spare time. Resources Mention…
 
Becca shares a story about hot dogs and veggie dogs that will make your skin crawl, even though it probably shouldn’t. Then Sarah tells the tale of the most famous (and most unsettling) food fraud in recent years: the European horsemeat scandal. Building off last week's episode on food fraud in the organic world, Sarah & Becca discuss how the power…
 
Sarah walks us through key organic food terms, a shocking overview of the history of pesticides, and the growth of the North American organic food movement. She also looks at the environmental and nutritional impacts of organic farming practices. Becca then discusses what constitutes food fraud and the likelihood that you have been a victim of this…
 
Becca takes us through the history of Subway and some of the lawsuits they've faced over the years, including the scandals of "Subway Jared" and the 11-inch footlong. Sarah then explores Subway's PR nightmare of 2014 - the dreaded "yoga mat ingredient" in their bread. She discusses the origin of the tale, common logical fallacies, food fear, and th…
 
Sarah takes us through the history of Halloween and all of its spooky traditions, including trick-or-treating, costumes, pagan rituals and more! She also investigates the origins of our favourite fun-sized candies. Becca then looks at some instances of Halloween candy tampering and the research behind the topic of Halloween sadism in North America.…
 
Authors: by Kelsey A. Vercammen, MSc, Alyssa J. Moran, ScD, RD, Mark J. Soto, MA, Lee Kennedy-Shaffer, PhD, and Sara N. Bleich, PhDPodcast: Lead author Kelsey A. Vercammen (Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health) talks about a new Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics study that shows the percentage of heavy sugar-sweetened beverage …
 
Authors: Elizabeth K. Dunford, PhD; Donna R. Miles, PhD; Shu Wen Ng, PhD, and Barry Popkin, PhDPodcast: Reducing sugar consumption is an important public health strategy. Shu Wen Ng, PhD, discusses a new study from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill that shows US household purchases of foods and beverages containing caloric sweeteners …
 
Monday 6th July Dietetics Digest Cardiovascular Disease, Food Focused Guidelines and Advocating Dietetics feat. Dr Tom Butler (Episode 5) In this episode, we have Dr Tom Butler. Tom is a senior lecturer of Nutrition and Dietetics at Chester University. Tom is also elected council member of the British Association for Cardiovascular Health and Rehab…
 
Monday 8th June Dietetics Digest Eating Disorders, Diet Culture & Trauma feat. Jessica Crawley In this episode, we have Jessica Crawley. Jessica is a Highly Specialist Eating disorders dietitian. In this episode: Why Jessica decided to become a specialist in eating disorder recovery. Shares and reflects on her experiences along the way. Shares some…
 
Authors:Authors: Kirsten A. Herrick, PhD, MSc, Cheryl D. Fryar, MSPH, Heather C. Hamner, PhD, MS, MPH, Sohyun Park, PhD, and Cynthia L. Ogden, PhD, MRPPodcast: Lead investigator Kirsten A. Herrick, PhD, MSc, highlights findings from the first study to look at trends in added sugars consumption by toddlers and infants. Nearly two-thirds of infants (…
 
Authors: Aaron C. Miller, PhD; Linnea A. Polgreen, PhD; Elena M. Segre, MD; and Philip M. Polgreen, MD, MPH Podcast: Linnea A. Polgreen, PhD, and Aaron C. Miller, PhD, discuss a new study from the University of Iowa that shows levels of satisfaction derived from food differ among adults who were normal-weight, overweight, and obese and that individ…
 
Authors: Megan A. McCrory, PhD; Allen G Harbaugh, PhD; Sarah Appeadu, MS; and Susan B Roberts, PhDVideo: Dr. Megan McCrory and colleagues present new insights on how fast food may be helping to fuel the continuing problem of obesity and related chronic conditions in the US. They examined changes over a 30-year period of menu items offered by 10 of …
 
Authors: Stephen J. Onufrak, PhD, Hatidza Zaganjor, MPH, Liping Pan, MD, MPH, Seung Hee Lee-Kwan, PhD, Sohyun Park, PhD, and Diane M. Harris, PhD, MPHPodcast: What proportion of US adults obtain food at work, what foods do they obtain, and what is the dietary quality of these foods? Listen to results from a new study led by Stephen J. Onufrak, Divi…
 
Authors: Leah M. Panek-Shirley, PhD, Carol DeNysschen, PhD, RD, MPH, CDN, Erin O'Brien, and Jennifer L. Temple, PhDVideo: Although after drinking a small amount of caffeine, study participants consumed 10 percent less at breakfast, this effect did not persist throughout the day and had no impact on their perceptions of their appetites.July 19, 2018…
 
Authors: Mary J. Christoph, PhD, MPH; Nicole Larson, PhD, MPH, RD; Katie C. Hootman, PhD, RD; Jonathan M. Miller, PhD; and Dianne Neumark-Sztainer, PhD, MPH, RDVideo: New study finds that individuals who value gluten-free foods are more likely to engage in healthier eating habits but are also more likely to have unhealthy weight control behaviors.J…
 
Authors: Allison C. Sylvetsky, PhD; Yichen Jin, MS; Elena J. Clark; Jean A. Welsh, PhD, MPH, RN; Kristina I. Rother, MD, MHSc; and Sameera A. Talegawkar, PhDVideo: A new study reports that 41% of adults and 25% of children currently consume at least one LCS item on a regular basis. The researchers note that this represents a 200% increase for child…
 
Authors: MAJ Aaron P. Crombie, PhD, RD; LTC; LesLee K. Funderburk, PhD, RD; Tracey J. Smith, PhD, RD; Susan M. McGraw; Leila A. Walker, MS; Catherine M. Champagne, PhD, RD, LDN, FADA; H. Raymond Allen, PhD; Lee M. Margolis, MS, RD; Holly L. McClung, MS, RD; Andrew J. Young, PhD.Interview: Researchers discuss a new study conducted by the US Army and…
 
Authors: Dianne Neumark-Sztainer, PhD, MPH, RD, Melanie Wall, PhD, Nicole I. Larson, PhD, MPH, RD, Marla E. Eisenberg, ScD, MPH, and Katie Loth, MPH, RD.Interview: Dianne Neumark-Sztainer, PhD, MPH, RD, Professor, Division of Epidemiology & Community Health, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota, discusses how disordered eating behaviors…
 
Authors: Zerleen S. Quader, MPH, Cathleen Gillespie, MS, Sarah A. Sliwa, PhD, Jaspreet K.C. Ahuja, MS, Jinee P. Burdg, MPP, RD, LDN, Alanna Moshfegh, MS, RD, Pamela R. Pehrsson, PhD, Janelle P. Gunn, MPH, RD, Kristy Mugavero, RN, MSN, MPH, and Mary E. Cogswell, RN, DrPH.High sodium intake from a variety of foods makes children vulnerable to heart d…
 
Authors: Jennifer Burris, MS, RD, CDE, CNSC, CSSD; William Rietkerk, MD, MBA; Kathleen Woolf, PhD, RD, FACSM.Interview: Researchers discuss a new study that has determined that there is increasing evidence of a connection between diet and acne, particularly from high glycemic load diets and dairy products, and that medical nutrition therapy (MNT) c…
 
Authors: Joseph Y. Abrams, MPH; Ryan A. Maddox, MPH; Alexis R Harvey, MPH; Lawrence B. Schonberger, MD; and Ermias D. Belay, MD.Interview: CDC's Joseph Y. Abrams, MPH (National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases), discusses travel, hunting, and eating venison in relation to prion diseases, including bovine spongiform encephalopath…
 
Authors: Phillip W. Jasper, MS, Melva T. James, PhD, Adam W. Hoover, PhD, Eric R. Muth.Researchers from Clemson University report on a new study that examines how wearable technology providing bite count feedback can help people concerned with overweight and obesity eat less through an easy-to-use self-monitoring tool that provides them with extern…
 
Authors: Amy M. Lando, MPP, Serena C. Lo, PhD.Interview: An FDA-commissioned study finds that two proposed nutrition labeling changes could potentially make nutritional content information easier to understand. Study participants could more accurately assess the number of calories or amount of fat or other nutrients per serving and in the entire pa…
 
Authors: Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD, LD.Summary: The podcast provides a brief overview of the May 2011 Journal's Great Fat Debate series, which begins with this introductory article by Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD, LD. Zelman's article frames the debate, and is followed by transcripts of presentations given at the American Dietetic Association's 2010 Foo…
 
Authors: Lauren E. Au, PhD, RD; Shannon Whaley, PhD; Nila J. Rosen, MPH; Martha Meza; Lorrene D. Ritchie, PhD, RD.Video: Lauren Au, PhD, RD, reports on a study of WIC participants that demonstrated that both online and in-person group education are effective in helping parents reduce breakfast-skipping and improve other breakfast-related nutritiona…
 
Authors: Dawn E. Epstein; Andrew Sherwood, PhD; Patrick J. Smith, PhD; Linda Craighead, PhD; Carla Caccia, RD; Pao-Hwa Lin, PhD; Michael A. Babyak, PhD; Julie J. Johnson, PA-C; Alan Hinderliter, MD; James A. Blumenthal, PhD.Video: A new study finds that greater adherence to the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet can lead to signifi…
 
Authors: Cynthia A. Thomson, PhD, RD, Jeffrey Stanaway, MPH, Marian L. Neuhouser, PhD, RD, Linda G. Snetselaar, RD, PhD, LD, Marcia L. Stefanick, PhD, Leslie Arendell, MS, and Zhao Chen, PhD, MPH.Interview: Cynthia A. Thomson, PhD, RD, Associate Professor Nutritional Sciences, University of Arizona discusses the importance and implications of nutri…
 
Authors: Juliana F. W. Cohen, ScD, ScM, Jaquelyn L. Jahn, Scott Richardson, MBA, Sarah A. Cluggish, MBA, Ellen Parker, MBA, MSW, Eric B. Rimm, ScD.Video: Juliana Cohen presents the results of a new study that shows that elementary and middle school students who are given at least 25 minutes to eat lunch are more likely to choose fruits and consume …
 
Authors: Bethany Barone Gibbs, PhD, Laura S. Kinzel, MS, RD, Kelley Pettee Gabriel, PhD, Yue-fang Chang, PhD, Lewis H. Kuller, MD.Interview: A new study reports that in post-menopausal women, some behaviors associated with short-term weight loss are not effective or sustainable for the long term. Bethany Barone Gibbs discusses the results in depth,…
 
Authors: Kim Robien, PhD, RD, CSO, FADA, Wendy Demark-Wahnefried, PhD, RD, Cheryl L. Rock, PhD, RD.Interview: The authors examine the current evidence supporting nutrition recommendations and the role dieticians can play in preventing cancer recurrence and managing chronic conditions prevalent in cancer survivors, as well as improving quality of li…
 
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