Ep 40: Elimination Diets Without Jeopardizing Your Health

Dec 1, 2022 | 21 minutes

When done properly, elimination diets can be extremely beneficial. Unfortunately, most people approach elimination diets haphazardly and jeopardize their long-term physical and mental health. I will discuss my top nine tips for planning and working through systematic diet elimination.

Wendy Busse, MSc, RD – With a career spanning 30 years, Wendy has had the privilege of working with and learning from hundreds of food-sensitive clients. Her passion is creating engaging online programs to help clients struggling with restricted eating rebuild their body and food trust and expand their diet. As an expert in food hypersensitivities, Wendy has spoken at many national conferences and has sat on the medical advisory committees of non-profit organizations.

Ep 39: Retrain Your Brain to Feel Safe Around Food

Nov 3, 2022 | 24 minutes

Retraining your brain is a common buzzword these days. But what exactly does it mean, and how does it apply to food sensitivities? Simone Albert will share her insights on the overlap between fear and food reactions and how to change these automatic reactions.

Simone Albert, RN, Registered Counsellor is the principal counsellor and founder of Food Allergy Counselling in Australia. She’s a registered counsellor, registered nurse, author and mum of two teenagers living with allergies. She provides support, guidance and evidence-based strategies and techniques to families and individuals navigating the psychological life transition that comes with a new chronic condition diagnosis. Her book Beyond the Allergy Diagnosis is available through Amazon. 

Ep 38: Responding to a Traumatic Food-Associated Experience

Oct 6, 2022 | 13 minutes

Traumatic experiences associated with food can quickly pull us into the FAST and lead to conditioned food sensitivity. Makena Osborne shares a scary event that she recently went through and how she navigated through the fear.

Makena Osborne is a student at the University of British Columbia, majoring in psychology! She models internationally (Paris Fashion Week, Vancouver Fashion Week, Western Canada Fashion Week and modelling for clothing companies around Canada). Currently, she lives in Kelowna, British Columbia and works part-time at Saje Natural Wellness.

Ep 37: Ditching the Shame on Your Road to Recovery

Sept 1, 2022 | 26 minutes

Shame – an inevitable part of chronic illness – can be a roadblock to recovery. Johannah shares the impact of shame on her health and how she found the courage to move past it. In addition to softening her symptoms, this journey has positively influenced every aspect of her life.

Johannah Ruddy, M.Ed, Johannah has a master’s degree in education and a career in non-profit management. She is also the executive director of the Rome Foundation and secretary-treasurer for the center for education and practice of biopsychosocial care. In addition to her professional experience, she is a digestive health patient and patient advocate. She is a co-author of the book, Gut Feelings: Disorders of the Gut-Brain Interaction (DGBI) and the Patient-Doctor Relationship. Contact her through Twitter @johannahruddy.

 

Ep 36: Is Your Diet Too Strict?

August 4, 2022 | 14 minutes

I discuss five key points to help you reflect on this crucial question. I challenge black-and-white misperceptions about sensitivities and offer listeners a different perspective on how to approach food and their health.

Wendy Busse, MSc, RD – With a career spanning 30 years, Wendy has had the privilege of working with and learning from hundreds of food-sensitive clients. Her passion is creating engaging online programs to help clients struggling with restricted eating rebuild their body and food trust and expand their diet. As an expert in food hypersensitivities, Wendy has spoken at many national conferences and has sat on the medical advisory committees of non-profit organizations.

Ep 35: Freedom Through Batch Cooking

July 7, 2022 | 26 minutes

When you have sensitivities, food can dominate your life. Batch cooking may be the answer to help you spend less time thinking about food or working in the kitchen. Kathlena (aka The Allergy Chef) tells us how batch cooking can bring time, financial, emotional and mental freedom.

Kathlena has over 200 food allergies & intolerances, including most water. The members of her household also have food allergies and special diets, none of them the same. After being told she had 30 days to live, she made it her mission to help the food allergy community thrive. Three years from her lowest point, she and her team have published cookbooks, started a bakery, done nationwide outreach, developed recipes and resources, and more. You can reach Kathlena through her website TheAllergyChef.com

Ep 34: My Journey as a FAST Freedom Dietitian

June 2, 2022 | 29 minutes

Audrey has been a FAST Freedom coach for six months and has done a fantastic job helping her clients move past their restricted diet struggles. She shares inspiring stories and examples of what changes have made the most significant difference in her clients’ lives.

Audrey Inouye, RD – Audrey is an IBS specialist dietitian, co-author of The 28-Day Plan for IBS Relief: 100 Low FODMAP Recipes to Soothe Your Symptoms of IBS, and FAST Freedom practitioner. Many people with IBS or unexplained symptoms have unnecessarily stopped eating many of the foods that they love. Audrey coaches her clients to help relieve their symptoms and rebuild confidence in food again. You can find her at www.ibsnutrition.com.

Ep 33: Food Sensitivities and Depression

May 5, 2022 | 10 minutes

Depression is common for those suffering from food sensitivities or mysterious symptoms. I will discuss the reasons for this connection and strategies to get out of the rut and live a full life.

Wendy Busse, MSc, RD – With a career spanning 30 years, Wendy has had the privilege of working with and learning from hundreds of food-sensitive clients. Her passion is creating engaging online programs to help clients struggling with restricted eating rebuild their body and food trust and expand their diet. As an expert in food hypersensitivities, Wendy has spoken at many national conferences and has sat on the medical advisory committees of non-profit organizations.

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