Ken Morehead is a Doctor of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncturist who has a lot to say about our relationship with food. In today’s episode of the podcast, we discuss Dr. Morehead’s evolution from vegan to embracing a wide variety of whole foods including animal fats and meat. We’ll also go into ancient and current applications of Chinese … More Guest Heretic Ken Morehead, Doctor of Chinese Medicine and Acupunturist at Oriental Health Solutions
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! On this first Weekly Q & A, Adrienne is thankful for her listeners, … More Weekly Q &A: Have Your Questions Answered!
Today on the podcast we finish up our conversation with Julia Ross. We discuss the key differences between animal and supposed vegetable protein as well as the effect on the kidneys. What to expect when you suddenly increase your caloric intake and answer questions from our audience. If you missed the first half of … More Will The Real Protein Please Stand Up; Julia Ross, Author of The Diet Cure and The Mood Cure – Part II
Imagine a world where people whistle joyfully while walking down the street. Nutritional psychotherapist Julia Ross remembers those days and is aiming to bring them back with the contrarian information in her books “The Diet Cure” and “The Mood Cure.” In this show, we’ll learn about the connection between mood disorders, cravings, overweight and protein. … More The Connection Between Diet and Mood; Julia Ross, author of The Diet Cure and The Mood Cure
Do you really need drastic surgery to fix your pain or are there other factors and alternatives to consider? We also look at statin drugs and what negative affects they may have on users. The truth is that every cell in your body needs cholesterol (there is no such thing as good and bad), especially … More Unnecessary Surgeries; Guest Tudor Pangal Author of Back Pain: How I Got Rid of It After Suffering For 20 Years
If “science” doesn’t know about a cure, does it really exist? In this episode, we learn how science is finally starting to catch up with the “quackery” of vitamins in fighting mental disorders and diseases. Deborah Pell Yaffee has been a new age thinker longer than most of us have even been thinking about holistic health. … More The Real Reason People Go “Crazy”; Nourishing the Whole Self with Deborah Pell Yaffee
Oh My! Groundhogs to mongooses and unintentionally hilarious government health ads along with a discussion on why family and friends sometimes fail to support your attempts to improve your health and diet. Our guest is relationship coach Amy Elizabeth Gordon who helps people address support and communication issues such as this. In our interview, Amy … More Do You Need the D? Why Your Loved Ones Try to Sabotage You
Guest Gina Peake discusses how she unexpectedly lost 15 lbs in 2 months after following the advice in Adrienne’s bestselling book, Frenching Your Food –– all while eating the sinful foods she loves! Adrienne and Jim respond to listener requests to more clearly explain her top tips for easy weight loss from last week’s episode. They also discuss … More Lose Weight Eating Anything You Want; Pass the Poop Pills; Therapeutic Baths for Cold & Flu Season
When Lynn Johnston couldn’t find any help for her Fibromyalgia diagnosis from doctors, she decided to take matters into her own hands. She began researching solutions and making small changes to her diet and lifestyle to address her problems. Lynn, creator of the Small Steps to Healthy Eating program, shares with us how to tweak your diet to yield huge … More The Dreaded New Year’s Weight Loss Resolution; Taking Small Steps for Big Results
Laura Childs, co-author of The Complete Low Carb High Fat No Hunger Diet, shares her journey to effortlessly losing 75 lbs. Yes, you CAN really continue your love affair with bacon and lose weight! She also shares her strategy for dealing with family and friends who try to shove cake, pie and dinner rolls down … More Getting through the Holidays on a Diet; Sensible Weight Loss without the Hunger
When Julia Stüber was diagnosed with celiac disease and a host of food allergies, she was relieved to know the source of her health problems… until her next meal. In this episode, Julia shares how she rides the roller coaster of emotions that pop up when she finds herself confronted with foods she can no … More Dealing with the Diagnosis of Food Allergies and Intolerances
The other day at a local event, someone tried to educate me about a “conscious diet”. She described it as “eating something and then forgetting it… don’t keep eating that cake you had yesterday today and in the future.” I almost fell over laughing because to me, this is UNconscious eating at its worst.