Episode 14: Marie-Pier Pitre D’Iorio

“It’s not normal to be obsessed about food and our body. It’s common, but it’s not normal nor healthy.” - Marie-Pier Pitre D'Irio, RD Content Note: This episode of Dietitians Discovered contains conversation about eating disorders and disordered eating.  Private practice RD Marie-Pier Pitre-D’lorio sits down with Sarah on the podcast this week to discuss…

Episode 10: Julie Bednarski, MHSc, RD

“Sometimes people don’t realize how much education dietitians – if you’re going to go into that field – actually have to do. We’re not just sitting there with a food guide pointing at different fruits and vegetables, right? You actually have to know the science behind stuff.” - Julie Bednarski, MHSc, RD CEO and founder…

Episode 8: Noura Sheikhalzoor, MSc, RD

“Never stop learning. You’ll always find that there are things that you want to learn about, so keep learning.” - Noura Sheikhalzoor, MSc, RD Noura Sheikhalzoor, an internationally trained dietitian based in the GTA, joins Sarah on the podcast this week. Noura has her own private practice where she specializes in women’s health, specifically women…

Episode 5: Sue Mah, MPH, RD

“You need to find something you’re passionate about, because if you’re passionate about what you do it’s not work, it’s play. And your clients, prospective clients, your colleagues, will see that you’ve got an energy and passion for this particular topic and it’s magnetic.” - Sue Mah, RD Nutrition communication guru Sue Mah is on…

Episode 2: Acacia Puddester, MHSc, RD

"In this profession, it’s so diverse. There’s so many different routes you can take and I love that about it because I have so many opportunities to get excited about my career over and over again." Acacia Puddester, a nutrition researcher and communications expert based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, joins Sarah on the podcast this…