Welcome to Season 4, of The Talking Gut Podcast show. Wow, It’s been a long time and a lot has happened in the world since my last post, but I am excited to say I am back!, Back with new and truly fascinating episodes about the gut.
Todays topic is Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder or ARFID.
Its an episode that has been in the making for some time, and Id like to thank todays guest Dr Helen Burton Murray for her time and patience in bringing this to you.
Just alittle background before we dive in…
Dr. Burton Murray is a psychologist and the Director of the GI Behavioral Health Program at Massachusetts General Hospital within the Center for Neurointestinal Health. She is specializes in the intersection of problematic eating behaviors and disorders of gut-brain interaction, including behavioral treatments to improve patients' nutritional status and eating-related quality of life. Dr Burton Murray has also has published in highly regarded research journals and undertaking fascinating research Massachusetts General Hospital.
In todays podcast we discuss
Please enjoy my conversation with Dr Helen Burton-Murray