About this Episode
Introducing a special season of the WholisticMatters Podcast Series, where the hosts are talking with a diverse group of guests to explore how nutrition education and natural approaches to health could affect positive change regarding racial disparities in health. The series will include conversations with professionals with the following insight:
- Unique perspectives of people of color in healthcare
- Keys to making sustainable changes in community public health programs, especially when it comes to nutrition education
- The importance of sharing the natural approach to health with underserved communities
- How the concept of “food is medicine” can inspire lifestyle choices
- Applying the natural approach to health in community health clinics and working on 1:1 with underserved communities
This podcast series serves to highlight conversations with healthcare practitioners, public health experts, scientists, and other individuals with important perspectives to share about how access to nutrition education influences health. This access is particularly important for minority communities that continuously struggle with finding adequate access to nutrition education and healthcare.
Episodes will be released monthly on Mondays, beginning December 2020.
Learn more about the hosts of this podcast series:
Kara Credle, a health and wellness writer who, for the purposes of this podcast, seeks to be an advocate for the listeners, helping them to understand and take away key messages from conversations with each guest.
Meghan Hamrock, MS, MPH, a public health nutritionist and licensed health and wellness coach with multiple years of experience in public health nutrition and the implementation of community-based health programs.
Karma James, PhD, a food scientist with experience in product development and ingredient functionality and nutrition, whose career was inspired in part by growing up with the philosophy “food is medicine.”
Sara Le Brun-Blashka, MS, nutritionist and authority on nutrition education with more than 20 years in the nutrition industry, who spearheaded the creation of WholisticMatters.com in 2017.