Nutrition Heretic Podcast

Join Certified Nutritionist Adrienne Hew and her guests for a humorous, palatable discussion
about current health trends and nutrition tips that take the guess work out of what to eat to be healthy.

Ensuring Access To Real Food With Food Rebel, Charlotte Smith

This episode isn’t just for farmers. It’s for anyone who depends on farmers to provide food for their families! Welcome back to part 2 of our interview with Charlotte Smith of 3 Cow Marketing and Champoeg Creamery. In the first half of our interview, we discussed how...

Is Counting Calories The New Religion? Weekly Q&A Investigates

People are looking for meaning in their lives; a group to belong to.  Has counting calories become the new religion?  One of the ways you can induct someone into a cult is by changing the way they eat.  Why have calories become more important than nutrition? Don't...

Carbohydrates And Why You Need Them on the Weekly Q&A

Will you be seeing 50 Shades of Whey be making an appearance?  Not very likely, but Adrienne shares what's been going on with her book, 50 Ways To Eat Cock: Healthy Chicken Recipes With Balls!  Modern Wheat is different than it was 100 years ago, and more people are...

Protein Myths Revealed on the Weekly Q&A

Over the weekend there were some disturbing news articles that were published and these are discussed.  There are lots of myths about proteins, and what constitutes a complete protein: the building blocks of protein are revealed, as well as how to bring them into your...

Don’t Fear Fats! Why You Need Them on This Week’s Q&A

Lard. Butter. Goose fat. Why is there such a fear of fats, and why isn't it warranted?  Why are more people turning back to traditional animal fats and turning away from the trendy vegetable oils?  This week Adrienne and Nikola explore the ins and outs of fats and...

Guest Heretic, Razi Berry Talks About Her Heart Revolution Summit

Razi Berry is our guest heretic this week as she talks about her journey through recovering from anorexia and bulimia in her teens, to fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue in her 20s, and how a stressful job led to infertility.  Follow her story to discover how it led to...

How To Work With Picky Eating on This Week’s Q&A

Do you have a picky eater in your home?  Maybe one of the kids, or maybe it's you.  How do you deal with it?  In this week's Q&A we discuss our different family tactics to deal with picky eating, What should you steer kids away from?  How can you make food more...

Staying Healthy During Cold And Flu Season: Weekly Q&A

How are you coping this cold and flu season?  Have you been dragged down, or are you fighting fit?  Adrienne's daughter has had a touch of a cold and Adrienne shares what she's done to relieve the symptoms and prevent it from gaining a foothold. Nikola shares his...

Let’s Talk Breakfast: What Do You Eat? Weekly Q&A

Why do we export our sub-quality food while complaining that other countries also do the same?  This week on the Nutrition Heretic's Weekly Q&A, the discussion revolves around garlic.  Is it a poison?  Why isn't it good for preserving?  What has Nikola's...

All About Weight On This Week’s Q & A

This week's Q & A is all about weight and weight loss.  Does body type have anything to do with it?  Can the order in which you eat your food during your meals make a difference to your hunger satiation?  Are enriched products good for you; what do they really...

What Is Wrong With My Family? Weekly Q & A

This week I found some candy in my kitchen that had been sitting out since my kids brought it home from school before Christmas.  It was just as it had been left; untouched by the usual critters that go after every dropped crumb. What is wrong with kids' junk food...

Weekly Q & A: Have Your Questions Answered!

It's a New Year and it's time to try something new and branch out.  The Nutrition Heretic podcast team is working hard behind the scenes to bring you even more awesome guests in the year ahead, as well as a few surprises! While all of this is taking place, it's time...

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