About the Podcast

Registered dietitian Yvette Quantz speaks out on the importance of donating food to fight hunger with intention. Clancy reveals something that is either embarrassing or clever. Listen in to decide for yourself.



Yvette Quantz, RDN, CSSD, LDN




Supplemental Material:

Healthy Acadiana’s #DonateHealthy Healthy Toolkit

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Her #1 tip to improve access to healthy food:

Donate food to food pantries with intention. Be aware of expiration dates. Don’t give glass jars, and ask the food pantry what they need right now.

About Yvette Quantz:

Yvette Quantz is a writer and serial entrepreneur. She the owner of Food Therapy providing nutrition counselin using a fresh and holistic approach. She is the Eat Fit Acadiana Operations and Marketing Dietitian, where she works to collaborate with local chefs, restaurant owners, and community leaders to increase awareness and improve access to healthy foods. She’s founder of Customized Newsletters, creating content that elevates the work of other busy professional. She’s also an author of, “The Little Black Book of Foodspirations®” which was followed by Foodspirations ®, her inspirational card and print line. With over twenty years of experience in the health and wellness industry, her philosophy is pretty simple: when people feel when on the inside, they can live and work well in their community. Her passion stems from inspiring everyday people to show up and rise up, facing both the beautiful and messy pieces of life, embracing all they are, and putting the best version of themselves out in the world. Yvette is a graduate of Louisiana State University.

Discussion Takeaways:

  • We know better. We have to do better now.
  • Being hungry is part of being human.
  • To feed the mind and feed the body, go out and feed others.
  • Hunger is hunger, and people need people.

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