Episode 62: Nutrition Education Student Podcasts
Healthy Habits Happy Homes
by Guelph Family Health Study
6h ago
This week, we have a special and unique Healthy Habits Happy Homes podcast episode featuring the excellent work of three groups of fourth year Applied Human Nutrition students. These students were given the opportunity to conceptualize and develop a podcast episode as part of their fourth year Nutrition Education course. In today’s lineup, we feature the insightful contributions of Anika Saini, Tolunimi Oware-Acquah, Elyssa Murray, who created an episode on sleep. Followed by Gracen Nehme, Manahil Zaid, Christine Rivera, who created an episode on caffeinated energy drinks. Lastly, we have Ambe ..read more
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Episode 61: Fathers' Involvement in Mealtimes with Dr. Amar Laila
Healthy Habits Happy Homes
by Guelph Family Health Study
2w ago
In this week’s episode, we are joined by Dr. Amar Laila, a post-doctoral fellow with the EAT-Lancet 2.0 Commission and the Guelph Family Health Study. Dr. Laila shares insights on the role of fathers in mealtimes, discussing their influence on children's development, their unique contributions to family dynamics, and offering strategies for fathers to become more actively involved. Tune in for an engaging discussion filled with practical tips for enhancing family mealtime experiences ..read more
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Episode 60: Navigating the Canadian Food Environment with Dr. Lana Vanderlee
Healthy Habits Happy Homes
by Guelph Family Health Study
1M ago
In this week’s episode, Dr. Lana Vanderlee, an Assistant Professor of Nutrition at Laval University joins us to to talk about nutrition food labels, especially front-of-package labelling in Canada, and how they influence consumer choices and public health. She compares Canada's labelling strategies with global practices and discusses the impact of food marketing on children. Tune in for an informative session on making healthier food choices in today's complex food environment ..read more
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Episode 59: How to Talk to Your Kids When They Don't Want to Talk to You with Shannon Rolph
Healthy Habits Happy Homes
by Guelph Family Health Study
2M ago
In the latest episode of our podcast, we're excited to welcome Shannon Rolph, an Occupational Therapist that specializes in nurturing the parent-child bond through personalized child-focused therapy, parenting coaching, and her innovative “Kids in the Woods” program. Shannon shares her insights on why it's crucial for kids to have time to decompress before reconnecting with their parents, helping to create deeper and more impactful conversations. Discover more about Shannon's work at https://www.shannonrolph.ca/ and keep up with her insights on her Instagram page, @shannon.rolph.ot. Plus, don ..read more
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Episode 58:The Impact of Parental Self-Regulation on Children’s Growth and Development
Healthy Habits Happy Homes
by Guelph Family Health Study
3M ago
In this week’s episode, we welcome Dr. Kate Bauer, an Associate Professor of Nutritional Sciences at the University of Michigan School of Public Health and currently serves as the Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Food Security at the University of Guelph. Dr. Bauer discusses the impact of parental regulation on a child’s development from early childhood to adolescence. She offers valuable perspectives on how parents can effectively manage self-regulation to strike a balance between guiding children and nurturing their ability to make independent decisions. Join us for an enlightening discuss ..read more
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Episode 57: Sugar Intake During Spooky Season with Alyssa Ramuscak
Healthy Habits Happy Homes
by Guelph Family Health Study
4M ago
In this week’s episode, we are delighted to have Alyssa Ramuscak, a research Registered Dietitian at SickKids Research Institute and a PhD student in Applied Human Nutrition join us to discuss sugar intake during Halloween. Alyssa shares helpful tips in managing sugar intake during Halloween, while ensuring children are having an enjoyable and healthier experience. Tune in for tricks, treats, and mindful sweets strategies ..read more
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Episode 56: Nurturing Healthy Relationships with Food with Olivia Brooks
Healthy Habits Happy Homes
by Guelph Family Health Study
4M ago
In this week's episode of Healthy Habits Happy Homes, we are joined by Olivia Brooks, a Certified Fitness Instructor and Registered Dietitian specializing in pediatric/family nutrition, sports nutrition, and eating disorders. Olivia shares tips on how parents can promote mindful eating in children, foster a positive body image, and create shared meals that are enjoyable experiences, encouraging open conversations about food and preferences. Check out Olivia's page here at @pocketfulofhealth ..read more
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Episode 55 - Starting off the School Year Right: School Lunches Made Easy with Tamara Petresin
Healthy Habits Happy Homes
by Guelph Family Health Study
5M ago
Welcome back to Season 6 of Healthy Habits Happy Homes. We are excited to start this season with a special back-to-school episode. Joining us is Tamara Petresin, a registered dietitian and PhD candidate in Applied Human Nutrition. Tamara shares insights and tips on how to make school lunches easy ..read more
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Episode 54: Podcast Team Spotlight
Healthy Habits Happy Homes
by Guelph Family Health Study
1y ago
In the season finale of the podcast, we are excited to feature our podcast team, including our co-hosts Tamara Petresin, a Registered Dietitian and second-year PhD candidate in Applied Human Nutrition and Marciane Any, a second-year Master's student in Applied Human Nutrition. We also have Patricia Acosta, our podcast coordinator, who recently completed her Master's degree in Human Health and Nutritional Sciences. In this episode, Tamara, Marciane, and Patricia share insights into their research activities and discuss how they got involved in podcasting. As we look back on the season, we want ..read more
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Episode 53: Nutrition Education Student Podcasts
Healthy Habits Happy Homes
by Guelph Family Health Study
1y ago
This week, we have a special and unique podcast episode featuring the excellent work of three groups of fourth year Applied Human Nutrition students. These students were given the opportunity to conceptualize and develop a podcast episode as part of their fourth year Nutrition Education course. Today’s episode features the work of Sarthak Matravadia, Amina Saher and Mariam Al Shaikhqasem who created an episode on nutrition in older adults; Hannah Leung, Chloe Briana Camacho and Carolyn Wytenburg who created an episode on fruit and vegetable intake in children; and Angeline Galati, Kyra Ash and ..read more
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