What You’re Craving Podcast with Molly Carmel

Are you familiar with the What You’re Craving Podcast? This podcast quickly became one of my favorites. Molly Carmel has a great story of transformation and is an incredible human being, and colleague. We have had some important conversations and this podcast was a pinnacle moment.

We discuss why the concept of food addiction has been so difficult for people to grasp. We discuss how well-intentioned coaches can lead people down a road that worked for them and potentially cause harm. David comments that “too much information to the insecure soul can lead people astray.” Listen to the 45 seconds below where Mr. Wiss discourages people from chasing the past. Don’t chase bodies or food plans from yesteryear!

Hear the full podcast on Apple Podcasts or on Spotify!

Do you have thoughts about David Wiss on the What You’re Craving Podcast? Create a story on instagram and tag @davidawiss to start the discussion!

David became a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) in 2013 and founded Nutrition in Recovery, a group practice of RDNs specializing in the treatment of eating and substance use disorders. In 2017, David received the “Excellence in Practice” award at the national Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo. The California Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics awarded him the “Emerging Dietetic Leader Award” in 2020. He earned his PhD from UCLA’s Fielding School of Public Health in the Community Health Sciences department (with a minor in Health Psychology) by investigating the links between adverse childhood experiences and various mental health outcomes among socially disadvantaged men. His treatment philosophy is based on a biopsychosocial model which incorporates an understanding of biological mechanisms, psychological underpinnings, and contextual factors that integrate the social determinants of health. His website Wise Mind Nutrition offers a fully online interactive treatment program that will be available in the Summer of 2022.

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