October 6


S1 E 12 Weight-Centric Care – Where we’ve gone wrong with Adrien Paczosa

Why might pulling back from a weight-centric model of care be in our best favor as a society? What do other approaches look like and what are their limitations?

Listen in as Adrien, Registered Dietitian and founder of Nourish, and I go into the challenges we face with practitioners, peers, and resources as the over-arching goal of improving health and relationship with food and body continue to be a struggle in this society. We dig into what health at every size and body positivity are, what a better relationship with your body can look like, and dive into the very important nuance of health that is so often overlooked.

Adrien Paczosa (RD, LD, CEDS-S) has more than 20 years of experience working in the dietetic field with a focus on eating disorders, neurochemistry nutrition, and business development. In 2007, Paczosa founded and opened her first private practice in Austin, Texas called iLiveWell Nutrition. Paczosa combined evidence-based nutrition science with a compassionate approach to counseling patients to deliver health outcomes and improve patients’ day-to-day lives. She has personally counseled with hundreds of patients ranging from severe eating disorder cases to diabetics to high-performance athletes.


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Please note nothing you hear on this podcast should be taken as medical advice. Always consult your physician before taking action.



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