S1E12: Lisa Kingery – CEO & Founder of FoodRightDisclosure: This post may contain affiliate links, which means I may receive a commission if you click a link and purchase something. I only include links for products and services I love and believe in. Please check out my disclosure policy for more details!
Full disclosure: It was originally my goal to get these podcast episodes out before the end of 2020 so that I could start fresh in 2021. But the prospect of editing on top of everything else I had going on at the time felt overwhelming. I’m now on the other side of a 200-hr yoga teacher training that has taught me so very much, including knowing my own limits. I’m going to start working on getting more posts ready for Dairy-Free State, because it’s something that personally fulfills me, but also not expect too much for myself that I stretch myself beyond my limits or set myself up for failure.
Two more podcast episodes left in Dairy-Free State Season 1
I have two more podcast episodes for you to round out season 1 of Dairy-Free State that took over a year to get to you. I promise in the future I’m going to have things planned out a little better, but I learned a lot in this experimental first season. I have a better idea of guests I’d like to have on, topics I’d like to cover, places I’d like the podcast to go. I do think there is a need for a podcast that talks about our relationship with food, especially with special diets, so look for more content coming this summer once I get some ideas off the ground. I’m hoping to make it a part of my regular practice to blog and reflect more.
Meet Lisa Kingery, RDN and Founder of FoodRight Inc.
In this week’s episode (the finale will be next week), I interview Lisa Kingery, registered dietitian (or registered dietitian nutritionist, RDN), and CEO and Founder of FoodRight, Inc. I had such a blast talking to Lisa so my only regret is that I didn’t get this to you all sooner. I interviewed Lisa on July 14, 2020 (I KNOW I’M LATE!) so some of the references, especially to the pandemic, will feel dated.
Lisa grew up in the ‘70s knowing that she wasn’t eating the most nutritious food possible. It wasn’t until she moved to a small, rural town in Japan that she learned more about cooking and eating in a healthier way that was more in touch with the land. After her time there, she was inspired to work as a dietitian.
Lisa shares with us the difference between dietitians, nutritionists, and health coaches, FoodRight and everything that got her to that point,
Her goal is to reach all students in Milwaukee, for at least one point in their school careers. We really had a great time chatting. If you’d like to find out more about the things we were talking about, a resource list is below: