Episode 23: Dietitians Discuss: Reframing “Healthy” & Eating From Our Roots with Maya Feller, MS, RD, CDN
This National Nutrition Month, registered dietitians Maya Feller, MS, RD, CDN and our host Mary Purdy, MS, RDN discuss today’s top nutrition trends, what it means to eat “healthy” and their thoughts on this month’s theme, “Fuel for the Future.”
Maya Feller, MS, RD, CDN, of Brooklyn-based Maya Feller Nutrition is a nationally recognized registered dietitian nutritionist. She received her Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition at New York University. Maya shares her approachable, real-food-based solutions through regular speaking engagements, writing in local and national publications, and as a nutrition expert on Good Morning America. Maya is also the author of two cookbooks, including her newly released cookbook, Eating From Our Roots.
About The Host
Mary Purdy, MS, RDN
Mary Purdy, MS, RDN is an integrative eco-dietitian and nutrition educator with a Master's Degree from Bastyr University, where she is currently adjunct faculty. She has been in clinical practice for over 12 years using a personalized medicine and functional nutrition approach. In addition to being the host of The Good Clean Nutrition Podcast, she had her own podcast, The Nutrition Show, with 100+ episodes, and has authored two books, Serving the Broccoli Gods and The Microbiome Diet Reset. Mary also teaches for other universities and educational platforms, is a nutrition and sustainability adviser for Big Bold Health, and is a sought-after speaker, consultant and community builder working with organizations to create a more sustainable, just and resilient food system. Learn more about Mary at www.marypurdy.co.
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