Nutritionist Andy Bellatti, MS, RD: Taking A Stand On Real Food

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Nutritionist Andy Bellatti, MS, RD: Taking A Stand On Real Food

The Rich Roll Podcast

Today on the show I welcome nutritionist and dietitian Andy Bellatti MS, RD. Sure we talk plant-based and other issues related to optimal nutrition (hint: eat REAL FOOD!).

But what makes Andy unique amongst his peers isn't so much his pro-plant bias as it is his passion for calling out the inextricable link between giant food corporations and how we innately come to think and feel about the foods we (often unconsciously choose to) eat.

From congressional legislation to school lunch policy, the food pyramid and what we are actually led to believe we need to live and thrive is in more ways than you would imagine completely dictated by these corporations, their lobbying efforts and Madison Avenue advertising agencies. What makes Andy different is his courage to take a stand on this issue and his tireless push for positive changes, both systemic and individual.

Enjoy!

SHOW NOTES

* Andy Bellatti Website

* Dietitians For Professional Integrity

* “How the Obesity Focus Hurts the Health Movement” by Andy Bellatti (HuffingtonPost.com)

* “How Did My Profession's Conference Get Hijacked by Big Food?” by Andy Bellatti (AppetiteForProfit.com)

* “Beyond Pink Slime” by Andy Bellatti (SmallBites.com)

* “Kellog's Misleads And, Yes, Farmwashes” by Andy Bellatti (SmallBites.com)

* “Let's Put an End to ‘Dietary Tribalism'” by Andy Bellatti (Grist.org)

* “Taping of Farm Cruelty is Becoming the Crime” by Richard Oppel, Jr. (New York Times)

* Andy Bellatti Twitter: @andybellatti

* Food Politics: How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition, and Health, by Marion Nestle

* Appetite for Profit: How the Food Industry Undermines Our Health, and How To Fight Back, by Michele Simon

* VB6: Eat Vegan Before 6:00 to Lose Weight and Restore Your Health…For Good, by Mark Bittman

One more self-serving rant: the paperback version of Finding Ultra* is coming ou...

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Today on the show I welcome nutritionist and dietitian Andy Bellatti MS, RD. Sure we talk plant-based and other issues related to optimal nutrition (hint: eat REAL FOOD!).

But what makes Andy unique amongst his peers isn't so much his pro-plant bias as it is his passion for calling out the inextricable link between giant food corporations and how we innately come to think and feel about the foods we (often unconsciously choose to) eat.

From congressional legislation to school lunch policy, the food pyramid and what we are actually led to believe we need to live and thrive is in more ways than you would imagine completely dictated by these corporations, their lobbying efforts and Madison Avenue advertising agencies. What makes Andy different is his courage to take a stand on this issue and his tireless push for positive changes, both systemic and individual.

Enjoy!

SHOW NOTES

* Andy Bellatti Website

* Dietitians For Professional Integrity

* “How the Obesity Focus Hurts the Health Movement” by Andy Bellatti (HuffingtonPost.com)

* “How Did My Profession's Conference Get Hijacked by Big Food?” by Andy Bellatti (AppetiteForProfit.com)

* “Beyond Pink Slime” by Andy Bellatti (SmallBites.com)

* “Kellog's Misleads And, Yes, Farmwashes” by Andy Bellatti (SmallBites.com)

* “Let's Put an End to ‘Dietary Tribalism'” by Andy Bellatti (Grist.org)

* “Taping of Farm Cruelty is Becoming the Crime” by Richard Oppel, Jr. (New York Times)

* Andy Bellatti Twitter: @andybellatti

* Food Politics: How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition, and Health, by Marion Nestle

* Appetite for Profit: How the Food Industry Undermines Our Health, and How To Fight Back, by Michele Simon

* VB6: Eat Vegan Before 6:00 to Lose Weight and Restore Your Health…For Good, by Mark Bittman

One more self-serving rant: the paperback version of Finding Ultra* is coming ou...

See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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