543: Adele Hite Pulls Back The Curtain On How Dietary Guidelines Get Made

543: Adele Hite Pulls Back The Curtain On How Dietary Guidelines Get Made

MPH/RD candidate at UNC-Chapel Hill School of Public Health and Healthy Nation Coalition Executive Director Adele Hite is our guest today on The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore!

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Adele has had a keen interest in nutrition, health and wellness for the past decade ever since she was trying to figure out how to shed 60 pounds off of her body and improve her health in the process. That’s when she discovered how amazingly powerful low-carb diets can be as a therapeutic measure for people struggling with fixing their own health. She worked with the great Dr. Eric Westman in his Duke Lifestyle Medicine Clinic in Durham, North Carolina where she was responsible for educating patients on how to implement a low-carb lifestyle change to fix their obesity, Type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and more. She is now pursuing multiple degrees in nutrition and public health as well as serving on the board of directors as the Executive Director of the Healthy Nation Coalition dedicated to redefining what the definition of “healthy” food in America is. Listen in to today’s episode as she reveals to Jimmy exactly how the government-recommended Dietary Guidelines are made and why it’s not really based on any relevant science. This one is an eye-opener for sure!

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Adele Hite bio
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– RELATED VIDEO: May 2010 meeting of The Nutrition & Metabolism Society (Part 1)
– RELATED VIDEO: May 2010 meeting of The Nutrition & Metabolism Society (Part 2)