Detoxing from dogmatic dietitian education and attitudes for a mind wide open
But first, “you must unlearn what you have learned” YODA
General healthy eating guidelines such as moderation and balance isn’t helpful for those with metabolic dysfunction. When insulin resistance is at the heart of the issue, restricting the very thing that’s aggravating it is key to kickstarting the repair and management of carbohydrate intolerance.
Dietitian Tamyzn Murphy explains how LCHF, ketogenic diets, and carbohydrate restriction to different degrees is the best tool for tackling this health crisis.
More about Tamzyn Murphy
Tamzyn Murphy is a registered dietitian with an MSc (Med) Physiology (Dist.) degree investigating Low Carbohydrate High Fat (LCHF) diets in Type 2 Diabetes.
Currently, she works as a lecturer, course developer, and content writer for Nutrition Network, an online LCHF training platform for healthcare professionals. Tamzyn is co-founder and practicing dietitian at Real Food Dietitians – a practice that focuses on low carbohydrate approaches to treat metabolic diseases.
Previously, Tamzyn spent 6 years as Nutrition Editor and writer at Health Intelligence magazine, while working in the supplement industry in training and nutritional supplement research and development.
She is co-author of the Sugar-Free book (2015), writes online articles, and conducts print, online, television, and radio interviews.
After qualifying as a dietitian in 2009, Tamzyn worked in poor South African communities, which sparked her passion for understanding nutrition’s role in the rising epidemics of obesity and related metabolic diseases.
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Doug Cook RDN is a Toronto based integrative and functional nutritionist and dietitian with a focus on brain and mental health and antiaging nutrition. Follow me on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.