Here at the Behavior Chef Podcast we take a look at the behavior side of nutrition. Listen with us as we explore the ins and outs of behavior as related to nutrition with a plethora of guests. From experts in their respective fields, to ordinary people sharing their journeys. We will explore the depth of humanity's most relational necessity and learn a lot about the science of behavior, nutrition, and maybe a little about ourselves along the way.
Are you a parent? Are you searching to be more mindful about helping your young ones foster good relationships with food? This is the episode for you! Today I'm joined by Meredyth El-Amine of South Arlington Crossfit. She is a CrossFit L2 trainer, mom of 3 and carries a history of practicing Applied Behavior Analysis. She brings a vulnerable, honest and real conservation of how she is practicing mindfulness in teaching her children the art of autonomy with food. Check her and her husband's gym out here: https://crossfitsoutharlington.com/
Welcome to the BC Pod Appetizer, where we jumpstart your appetite for nutritional behavior change! This is the series that ties together Behavioral Science Terminology with Nutritional Behavior Application. My name is Clint Evans, and I am joined by Behavior Chef Cofounder Tony Chambers. Today’s behavior Principle is: Learning History.
Wondering how to change your eating habits? Interested to learn about flexible dieting and flexibility around food? This is the episode for you. I am joined by international wellness coach Gillian Bennett. She is the wellness and habit guru who runs www.bitesize.es. We discuss practical tips to help you keep focus on your Journey. Check out Gillian on IG @bitesizenutri.
Do you wanna know the secrets to Sustainability with your healthful behavior? You've come to the right place. This episode we have a great guest to discuss several strategies to help you FINALLY stick to this resolutions!
Shelley Loving is a certified Culinary Nutrition Expert that has a passion for motivating others to get in their kitchens and spend some time cooking recipes that are a little healthier. Shelley keeps healthy eating super simple with her energetic and positive approach to healthy recipes. She believes our health starts in the kitchen and not the doctor’s office.
Here are the links from the episode: www.ShelleyCanHelp.com www.facebook.com/shelleycanhelp www.intstagram.com/shelleycahelp (group) www.facebook.com/groups/thehealthyhubwithshelley (masterclass) www.shelleycanhelp.com/masterclass
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Happy New Year!! Let us help you start the year off right! Chris Van Nostrand from www.strengthwisebarbell.com/ joins me to discuss some vital tips for nutritional behavior change. We are both Precision Nutrition certified coaches and we really had a blast breaking down some sure fire ways for you to stay in track with your resolutions! Let us know what you think! Send us a review at email@example.com or at any of our socials!
What do you get when you put a passionate BCBA in the field of Health and Wellness? You get The Behaviour Lady! Jo is a very knowledgeable and passionate person to talk to. She came on the show to discuss her story and ended up teaching me several awesome things about experience in the application of Health, Wellness, and ABA! Go follow Jo on Instagram www.instagram.com/thebehaviourlady and be sure to follow and listen to her awesome podcast that she co-hosts called Behave Yourself Podcast! Find them here: https://instagram.com/behaveyourselfpod
Hey all! Sorry for the absence. Life GOT REAL BUSY. We're back now. This is one of two back logged episodes that we recorded a couple of months ago. I'm so excited to bring you the story of Samantha! I will let her tell you about herself!
Samantha: "I am a therapist, and I have a story to share about how I've changed my own eating habits. I had a pretty typical American diet (heavy in processed foods/ convenience foods). I was sick, and I tried changing my diet as a way to heal some of my underlying health issues. I would go on really strict protocols, and I would see results. However, they were so hard to stick to that I would eventually bounce back to my old ways of eating.
Obviously, a lot of extremes and black and white thinking and behaving isn't super effective for long term change!
I changed my whole approach and found that simple, sustainable systems were the key to making a long-lasting healthy change. I also discovered that I didn't have to be so strict to get the benefits of a healthy diet." Check her out athttp://www.samanthaosbornetherapy.com/ and on Instagram @.samanthaosbornetherapy make sure you leave us a 5 star review on either Facebook or Apple podcasts!!
Welcome back for the second installment of The Human Series! Today we hear from Rosie. Rosie is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who used the science of Behavior to analyze her own habits and make long-lasting habit changes. In this episode we talk about what our learning history as children can really do to effect our relationship with food and how we can use the power of science to help make changes for the better! I hope this episode encourages you as much as it did me. You can find Rosie on IG @Rosie.eats.bx.
Well, it is finally here! I am so excited to bring you Episode 1 of the Human Series! In this series we here from real people who have real stories about nutritional behavior change. In today's episode I am joined by Jackie! I will let her explain a little about herself later on in the show notes. Jackie has a great story of how our learning history does not have to control who we are or what we do, but can inform the future decisions we make!! Jackie struggled with a life of yo-yo dieting from a young age and as a busy adult found herself climbing into the same rut. She was able to see the patterns and lean on her personal history as well as some learned nutritional behaviors, to change the future outcomes to what she wanted them to be. Listen to this episode and be encouraged by an amazing story of Behavior Change and honesty.
Jackie Jackson is beginning her journey as an entrepreneur using all the tools for her experiences in teaching, behavior analysis and nutrition. Just two years ago, Jackie was deeply struggling with her health and was faced with a choice: accept that she would never be “healthy” or find her own health. Since then she has gone on an incredible health journey and is now passionate about helping others do the same! To follow her health journey and access practical nutrition guidance, visit her at: Instagram @jackiejackson_nutrition / Facebook @jackiejacksonnutrition / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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I hope you are ready for an awesome episode. Today we are joined by (soon to be Dr.) Adam Feit from Precision Nutrition. Along with being a coach, husband, Father, Scholar and a host of other things, Adam is an integral part of the curriculum writing team for Precision Nutrition. Listen to learn about his story and about the intuitive and data driven way that Precision Nutrition teaches nutritional behavior change. Tony and I are a part of team PN and Team Behavior Chef endorses Precision Nutrition as the PREMIERE certification for nutritional coaching. Are you looking to learn more check out www.precisionnutrition.com and follow Adam on social media @aefeit. As always, we hope you are doing awesome and don't forget to leave us a 5 star review! Thanks for being awesome. Until next time!
-Clint Evans. BCBA-LBA
Hey All! I am joined in episode 10 by Dr. Nick Green from Behavior Fit. In this episode we talk about Applied Behavior Analysis infused with health, movement and practical steps to make better healthful decisions! Check out Nick on Social Media @behaviorfit and www.behaviorfit.com
Have you ever really wanted to do something you are passionate about but feel like it is too late for you? Are you a parent of a child with developmental disabilities? Are you a health and nutrition enthusiast? If you answered yes to any of those questions, this is the episode for you. We have Kristi Brewer with us today. Kristi is an Olympic Weightlifter (who holds several world records) an autism mom, wife, and business owner. Kristi shares with us what means to be Mighty in Many Ways. Check out her clothing line Auya! which is inspired by the journey of her daughter. Kristi wears many hats, and gives us some practical insight on how to put ourselves first in a way that benefits those around us. Would you like to know more about her? Please follow her on Instagram @k_mighty! As always please like and share and leave us a 5-star review so we can keep bringing you awesome content like this one! I hope we have been helpful to you!
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Hey all! We're really excited to bring you our latest episode with friends of the show ABA Inside Track!! Joining me from Team Behavior Chef is Tony and Dr. Maggie Pavone! We hosted a live stream of this episode, it was a blast. We are excited to bring you this raw, open conversation between 6 BCBA's discussing adjustments to our new normal through life and work. If you want to know more about our guests check out www.abainsidetrack.com. We hope we've been helpful to you.
Long time no see! I want to apologize for the absence, sometimes life happens! But now we are back! I am so excited to bring you episode 7. I was joined in the middle of February by Kirk and Beverly Kirby of Team ABA to discuss a WIDE range of behavior analytic topics. As you will see, we had a lot of fun with this one. We discuss a lot of things that are now affected by COVID-19, so please check out https://www.teamaballc.com/ for up to date information as well as their facebook and Instagram pages for any info that may change regarding ABAI or any of the topics discussed. I hope that we can be helpful to you as we discuss the state of ABA as a science but applied and disseminated and have a few laughs along the way. So take a listen and get to know the Kirby's from Team ABA!
We all know that Diet Culture is huge in America, and the World. How can we deal with the ever growing issues of body image problems, obsessing over food, and cultivating an unhealthy relationship with the food that we eat? One RDN says that looking inward may be the way to go. This week I am joined by Paige Smathers, RDN, and host of the Nutrition Matters Podcast. Paige and I speak on a variety of topics from behavior modification, body image issues, dietary restrictions, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and the ability to look within ones true-self to distinguish what constitutes a "healthy" relationship with food and diet culture. I hope we can be helpful to you! If you would like to get in touch with Paige here is how you do so:
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-Clint Evans, BCBA-LBA
Hey Everyone! Thanks for checking out The Behavior Chef Podcast. We explore the relationship between behavior and nutrition in a coffee shop style around here. We have guest that are subject matter experts in Psychology, Self Help, Health, Wellness and Behavior. We hope that you will enjoy our conversations and maybe learn something along the way! Would you like to reach out to us? Check us out at www.behaviorchef.com
Hey all! Sorry for such an absence here recently, 2020 has started off with a bang! I just wanted to let you know we are working behind the scenes to bring you new content and there are some crazy cool updates coming! Stay tuned for some big announcements soon!
Happy New Year from Team Behavior Chef! We hope that you had a great holiday and are looking forward to the start of 2020! We here at Behavior Chef have several awesome things coming in the new year. With new years, come resolutions. During this episode I am joined by an expert in helping others stick to their resolutions, specifically in the health and fitness arena. I am pleased to be joined by none other than Kris Gethin of Bodybuidling.com, Kaged Muscle, Health Kik and Krsigethin.com. Kris is an internationally recognized bodybuilder, personal trainer, gym owner and social influencer. He has offered some great insight into sustaining long term behavior change through the holidays, resolutions, and changing a mindset to help you with that difficult habit change! If you are interested in more of his work check out the links above. Kris has also graciously offered a gracious gift for those that sign up for 12 months of service at www.healthkik.com and mention The Behavior Chef Podcast you will receive a free shaker, tshirt and wrist wraps! Clint from our team is a member of the site and personally recommends the workouts and personal insight from Kris to help you stick to those resolutions!
Hey all! Happy Thanksgiving from The Behavior Chef Team! I hope you all have a great holiday, (if you celebrate) and hope you have a great day if you don't celebrate! I hope that today's episode will be one that is so valuable to you. At the beginning of October I had the extreme pleasure to interview Dr. Steven Hayes, creator of Relational Frame Theory and more currently, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. We discussed several topics including ACT and the application to nutrition, pivoting towards personal success and the details behind his new book A Liberated Mind (which can be found at https://stevenchayes.com/a-liberated-mind/ or anywhere books are sold). My hope for this episode is that you, the listener, get to come along the journey with us to a more vulnerable self-discovery. I know I was able to access a deeper part of myself and relate it to my own personal behavior journey through this conversation with Dr. Hayes and I hope that you can too.
Thanks for Listening!
-Clint Evans BCBA-LBA
This is Clint, just giving you a short update into the workings of The Behavior Chef Podcast. We will NOT have a new episode at the end of October because my wife and I are going to Dublin, Ireland for some R and R! But, I did want to let you know about the exciting things we have coming up. I have had the absolute pleasure of interviewing Dr. Steven Hayes about his new book "A Liberated Mind" and discussing ACT and Nutrition. That episode will drop early in November. Tony is working hard on the first episode of Behavior Bites!, and we have more great content coming your way! Stay Tuned!
-Clint Evans, BCBA-LBA
Hey guys and gals! Thanks for tuning in to episode 3 of The Behavior Chef Podcast! My guest today is Dr. Laura Seiverling who co-wrote Broccoli Boot Camp, Basic Training for Parents of Selective Eaters. I wanted Dr. Seiverling to be my guest today due to her unique niche of study. She is a BCBA-D, as well as a licensed Psychologist who specializes in eating difficulties. She joins me to talk all things Behavior Analysis, interdisciplinary teamwork, food selectivity and has some great tips and tricks for our audience to use if selective eating is something that plagues your home! Please take a listen, like and share this episode so more people can learn about this great resource. To learn more about the book and Dr. Seiverling, head over to www.behaviorchef.com and check out our blog post about the book! As always, keep being awesome and I will see you next episode!
-Clint Evans, BCBA, LBA
Today I am joined by Dr. Jim Moore, BCBA-D. You may remember Jim from the Behavioral Observations Podcast a little over a year ago discussing his weight loss journey from 400+ pounds down to the 250 pound range! What a transformation! Jim joins me in this episode to bring us up to speed with his current status, discuss ACT related to Nutritional Behavior, and talk about the possibilities that the future holds for ABA in the Nutritional world! I hope you get as much out of this episode as I did talking with Jim and as always find us on all social media sites @thebehaviorchef. See you next time!
-Clint Evans, BCBA
Thank you for tuning in to episode 00 of The Behavior Chef Podcast! We are so excited that you are here. In this episode Tony and I explain a little bit about who we are, where the Behavior Chef came from, and our ambition for the future. We hope you really enjoy this first episode, if you do, please like and share on all of your favorite social media platforms! We will be releasing Podcasts around the 1st and the 15 of every month #PaydayPodcast! Thank you again for tuning in, until next time remember: Be a Good Human.
-Clint Evans, MA, BCBA