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 13: Tamara Saslove, RD

“As nutrition students we’re all perfectionists and mostly A-Type y’know, we want to get everything perfect, we’re scared of rejection, we’re scared of failure, but some of the most valuable experience I’ve had have come from failure.” - Tamara Saslove, RD Tamara Saslove, a culinary dietitian and co-founder of the RD Collective, sits down with…

Episode 11: Phoebe Lee, MHSc, RD

“I wish that kids would work for a little bit first and do some living before just jumping right into school and then school and then masters because you can learn all you want from classes and textbooks but if you don’t have that life experience you’re not going to resonate with your clients, you’re…

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 3: Alissa Steinberg, MHSc, RD

“Instead of just volunteering for anything, I really wanted to volunteer for things I clearly was very passionate about and connected to. Because I think that actually made me enjoy that process more, I was really trying to make sure that I pursued things that aligned with kind of who I was.” - Alissa Steinberg,…