Adrienne Hew has been called “The Nutrition Heretic” and “The Pope of Health” because she challenges the sacred cows of cult-like diets.
I’m passionate about creating healthy bodies.
Unfortunately, too many women today are plagued with failing health despite their best attempts to do everything right as the self-proclaimed health experts have laid out for them. This not only costs them their fertility, it is also the leading cause of obesity, asthma, allergies, ear infections and autism in children as well as many other health conditions that are on the rise.
Trust me, I’ve been around the block and at one point was one of the unhealthiest people walking the planet even though I ate a diet considered healthy by both conventional dietitians and so-called holistic (or as I like to call them, “half-istic”) practitioners. Today I am one of the healthiest people I know, not so much because of lifestyle as much as because I am not suffering with diseases that my peers have developed since my recovery. And guess what, I do almost everything contrary to what the experts suggest.
This site is intended to raise questions, answer questions and help women find solutions to their current health challenges. So if you’re human and don’t mind embracing it, take my hand and follow along. It’s gonna be a wild ride!
About Adrienne Hew, Certified Nutritionist
Adrienne Hew has been called “the Nutrition Heretic” and “the Pope of Health” because what she teaches about health and nutrition actually works. Both Dietetic Associations and politically correct, so-called alternative health advocates confuse people and their recommendations are directly responsible for increases in allergies, autism, eating and neurological disorders, cancer and more. Ms. Hew is on a mission to change that.
Ms. Hew’s books inspire readers to enjoy sinfully satisfying food while developing a positive self-image and a better relationship with what they eat and drink. These books have been called “a sound critique of supposed truths” as well as “the new way to look at food”.
Receiving a certificate in Chinese dietetics in 2002 and her degree as a Certified Nutritionist in 2004, she has helped many clients and workshop attendees to decode their own health dilemmas by understanding the inconsistencies in conventional nutritional dogma. As a cook, her recipes have been popular with everyone from celebrated chefs to picky 4 year olds and adults who “don’t eat that”. She currently resides in Hawaii with her husband and two children.