Members in the Media

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Kate Arvesen Griege, MCN, RDN, LD, CEDS was a guest on the Deep Light Podcast.

Rachel Engelhart, RD, LPC shares media appearances from the past year:
February 10, 2023 ‘5 Tips for a ‘Super Bowel”:
February 22, 2023 ‘Ultra Processed Foods’:
February 27, 2023 ‘Study: 1 in 5 Children has an Eating Disorder’:
March 2, 2023 ‘Jar Bar Meal Planning’:
March 28, 2023 ‘Intermittent Fasting: What you need to know from a registered dietitian’:
April 3, 2023 ‘Are Frozen Foods Actually Nutritious’:
April 19, 2023 ‘Health Alert: Foods to Reduce Stress’:
May 4, 2023 ‘Previewing ‘No Diet Day”:

Robyn L. Goldberg, RDN, CEDRD-S was quoted in The NY Times, “How a Pre-Wedding Diet Led to an Eating Disorder

Adee Levinstein, MS, RD, LD, CEDS-S wrote a practice article that appeared in the BHN and SPHN DPGs for the academy on eating disorders and athletes. If you are a member look for the link in the recent newsletter.

Michelle Wilson, a registered dietitian from Branz Nutrition Counseling was featured in a radio segment regarding fasting, “Celebrities like Chris Martin tout the benefits of intermittent fasting — but is it good for you?”

Jessica Setnick, MS, RD, CEDRD was quoted in this Time article, “For People with Eating Disorders, the Buzz About Ozempic Is a Nightmare

Janice Baker MBA, RD, CDE, CNSC, BC-ADM was quoted in her hometown newspaper, “Judging what others feed their kids is a blood sport. Why?

Anna M. Lutz, MPH, RD/LDN, CEDS-S Was quoted in the Washington Post, “Our food hang ups hurt kids. Here’s how to flip the script

Cristina Rivera MS, RD, CSSD, CDN, CEDS-S was published in the New York Times in a letter to the editor about the AAP Guidelines, Childhood Obesity: What to Do?

Carrie Dennett, MPH, RDN was featured in THREE articles this month,

Registered Dietitians, Erica Branz and Katie Jackson of Branz Nutrition Counseling were featured in this news segment, “Eating Disorder Awareness Month: Branz Nutrition Counseling weighs in“.

Rachel Engelhart, RD, LPC was quoted in TWO articles, “8 Easy, Dietitian-Approved Snacks That Give You a Jolt of Long-Lasting Energy (and You Can Buy Them All Online)“ and “The happiness diet: 7 best mood-boosting foods, from nutrition and brain experts”.

Anna M. Lutz, MPH, RD/LDN, CEDS-S Was quoted in this article “‘Gentle Nutrition’ is the Final Principle of Intuitive Eating, and It’s All About Honoring Your Body”

Rachel Manor MS, RD, LDN, CSSD was interviewed for this article in Runner’s World, “Top College Running Programs Move Away From Body Composition Testing”.

Jessica Setnick, MS, RD, CEDRD co-authored this article “A consensus document on definition and diagnostic criteria for orthorexia nervosa”

Carrie Dennett, MPH, RDN published two Seattle Times articles “How Social Media Adds Can Ruin Your Holiday Cheer” & “When ‘Letting Yourself Go’ Might Actually Be Good For Your Health”

IFEDD Member Lindsay Wengler, MS, RD, CNSC was quoted in this Everyday Health article, “The Case Against Food Morality: Why Foods Aren’t ‘Good’ or ‘Bad’” Why Food Morality Is So Toxic for Body Image and Mental Health | Everyday Health 

“Kourtney Kardashian’s Weight Remarks Are ‘Good Self Awareness’, Expert Says” with quotes from IFEDD members Jessica Jaegar, MS, RD, CDN & Elyse Resch, MS, RDN, CED-S, Fiaedp, FADA, FAND  Kourtney Kardashian’s Weight Remarks Are “Good Self-Awareness,” Expert Says (

IFEDD Founding Member Sara Upson in “Nutrition Industry Sees Massive Growth”:

Beverly Hills Weekly Profile of IFEDD Member Robyn Goldberg

Cathy Leman in a profile on her practice – “Cathy Leman Helping Clients Connect the Dots Between Fitness, Eating and Health”:

“Weight Bias in Dietetics Education”

By IFEDD member Carrie Dennett

“On Being a Fat Person with Anorexia”

Mentions IFEDD member Julie Church

“Let’s smash school weigh-ins and teach kids body positivity instead”

Quotes IFEDD member Anna Lutz