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Dr Natasha Larmie
The Fat Doctor Podcast
How would you react if someone told you that most of what we are taught to believe about healthy bodies is a lie? How would you feel if that person was a medical doctor with over 20 years experience treating patients and seeing the harm caused by all this misinformation?In their podcast, Dr Asher Larmie, an experienced General Practitioner and self-styled Fat Doctor, examines and challenges 'health' as we know it through passionate, unfiltered conversations with guest experts, colleagues and friends.They tackle the various ways in which weight stigma and anti-fat bias impact both...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 41 ratings
Make it a CME
This woman is making all the best waves in the medical field and the conversations vilified by diet culture.
🤷🏼‍♀️🙈😬 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/27/21
Eloquent and encouraging
Such a good speaker providing evidence based information surrounding body image and health, a light in the darkeness of diet culture! via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/03/21
No good
Not a good message for young people
bryanpepperz via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/20/21
Recent Episodes
In the final episode of the series, Dr. Natasha Larmie is joined by Arielle, owner of Dance Life in Madison, WI, and her wife Zoe.  Their love for each other and  their passion for encouraging and uplifting folks through dance makes this episode a fun and inspirational way to end the first season...
Published 09/29/21
Published 09/29/21
***Content Warning: Talk of childhood abuse, sexual trauma and mental health. This episode may be triggering for some *** In this episode of the ‘The Fat Doctor Podcast’, Dr. Natasha Larmie is joined by "Kate" who shares her experiences of childhood sexual abuse and how this impacted her...
Published 09/22/21
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