Tap Into Nutrition: Podcast Episodes

No no, Tap Into Nutrition hasn't started its own podcast... yet. But we have been invited on a variety of amazing shows to share about all things Intuitive Eating, anti-diet culture, starting a business, and more!

We've gathered everything you need to take Tap Into Nutrition and learning more about Intuitive Eating with you on the go. Enjoy!


 


Pursuing Private Practice Podcast: Mindset Work as a Business Owner with Samantha Barash


"In this episode, I’m joined by ​​Samantha Barash of Tap Into Nutrition. We talk about how Sam started her business, the vulnerable mindset shifts she had to make growing her business, and the lessons she learned about her identity as a business owner."


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Motivation Made Easy Podcast: Inclusive and Supportive Fitness with Samantha Barash, RD


What We Cover in This Week's Episode:

  • Samantha’s personal experience with diet culture

  • How nutritional education is sending out mixed messages

  • The process of removing shame from fitness

  • The journey of transforming her cycle studio into a safe space for women to move freely

  • Reframing the purpose of exercise and dispelling that it is solely a tool for weight loss

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Breaking Pita with Zee Podcast:

Body Image in the Arab Culture with Samantha Brash


"The ideal body image in America is usually affected by media and society...but in the Arab culture, that pressure tends to come from parents, siblings and other family members who can be extremely blunt. In this episode, body positive dietician Samantha Barash talks about how that bluntness in the culture creates a negative environment and mindset for youth, which can stick with them their entire lives."


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The Mystic Rebel Podcast:

Intuitive Eating with Samantha Barash of Tap Into Nutrition


"Zoey is joined by Samantha Barash, a nutrition coach that focuses on a non-diet, Intuitive Eating approach to support individuals who struggle with their relationship with food and their bodies. She utilizes the 10 principles of intuitive eating to help individuals reframe their mindset around food and confidently be able to navigate their nutrition in a gentle approach that emphasizes mental health as just as important as physical health. Sam shares her take on dieting, how when you’re truly practicing as an intuitive eater, you’re more in tune with your body and its needs, and the empowering feeling to eat intuitively and more."


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Damsels in Detroit Podcast:

Stick a Fork In It (feat. Samantha Barash)


"How many times have you indulged in your favorite comfort food, only to feel guilty about it right after? For decades, women have been conditioned to think that “thin is in,” and “you are what you eat.” Unhealthy relationships with food have resulted in us not feeling proud of our bodies and all that they do for us.


Samantha Barash, registered dietitian and owner of Tap Into Nutrition, works to help her clients ditch diet culture as a whole and develop healthy, sustainable relationships with food. In this episode, Evann talks to Samantha about her “healthy at any size” approach with her clients, how you can incorporate more fruits and veggies into your meals, what it means to be an intuitive eater, and why you can absolutely have your cake and eat it too."


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Women We Love Wednesday Podcast:

Samantha Barash, Intuitive Eating Registered Dietitian on the Rise of Disordered Eating, Reexamining our Relationship with our Bodies & Using Social Media Purposefully


"Samantha Barash is an intuitive eating registered dietitian who started her own business Tap Into Nutrition to promote a gentler and more natural approach to eating and movement. Samantha wants us to see nutrition and health as so much more than just a number on the scale.


On this week’s episode we speak about the dangers of diet culture and about how that impacted her own previously disordered relationship with food. We talk about the relationship between media and body dysmorphia and why our society needs to change the way we speak about our bodies.


Samantha also spoke about how the pandemic encouraged her to open her own business and how she conquered her own fear of social media in order to launch."


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