Michelle Hurn – ‘Standard Anorexia Dogma (SAD) isn’t working: Let’s Think Differently’

is a registered and certified dietitian with eleven years of experience as a medical, severe care dietitian, lead dietitian in psychiatric care, and outpatient dietitian. Michelle is a devoted endurance athlete, she has received the Boston Marathon 12 times, and on November 7th 2020, she just recently won her very first ultra marathon covering 44.63 miles in a 6 hour timed race.

While practicing inpatient and outpatient care in the medical facility setting, Michelle discovered a disheartening connection between the high carb, low fat, "sugar in small amounts," nutrition standards she was required to teach, and the quickly declining health of her patients.

In 2019, Michelle's health started to fall apart. She was experiencing severe muscle discomfort, convulsions, and crippling stress and anxiety. She chose to follow a low carbohydrate, high animal protein diet merely to see if it may alleviate the extreme muscle pain she was experiencing. Not only was her muscle discomfort entered a matter of weeks, her decades of stress and anxiety began to fade.

After evaluating the substantial clinical trials on a low carbohydrate diet plan, she understood she had to get the word out about this transformative way of eating. Michelle has composed the book, "The Dietitian's Problem," detailing how the current nutrition guidelines came into existence and advocating a low carbohydrate, animal-based method of eating as an option for individuals fighting with diabetes, mental illness, consuming conditions, sarcopenia, and heart disease.

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– 'Standard Anorexia Dogma (SAD) isn't working: Let's Think Differently'

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  1. Adequate protein keto diet is excellent for putting on healthy weight, as epilepsy kids can attest. Great talk

  2. Carnivore released me from all my food anxieties. For the first time in my 48 years, I am FREE of thinking about food, calories, body image etc. I had a few bouts of anorexiav over the decades, which I strongly suspect was due to undiagnosed Coeliac disease and Sjogren’s syndrome.

    Power to Ms Hurn. She is on to something.

  3. After all these years I still can’t believe there are so many doctors on this planet that fight this way of eating and tell their patients to go back to eating carbs. They can’t all have been bought by big business.

  4. Brilliant! This information has been staring us in the face for years. But still hospital dieticians and anorexia teams want to stuff their patients with carbs – criminal, now that we know the truth. As a retired clinician I regret being so hoodwinked by the current guidelines – how those young women suffered! Thank you!

  5. I wonder if some anorexia is a response to subconscious signals from food intolerances.
    People begin to avoid some foods, feel better, can’t find the foods that don’t have a negative response and end up struggling with all foods.

  6. …..or just get them to eat Healthy Wholegrains. That will help them. They help everyone 😉

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