Obviously, my dad is more traditional than I am. Then I went to university at Concordia and my mental health got way worse. I was kinda frustrated when I watched the podcast myself because I could see multiple opportunities for her to go further into detail in regards to what was happening with her body on the diet etc but she didn't, which makes me think that maybe she didn't know? Ps. But I see where he’s coming from, in a way. You would be absolutely surprised what food allergies can do to somebody. Depression runs in our family—both he and I have suffered from it—and we were trying to get that under control just as his profile was growing. Now I literally eat just beef. A lot less doomy. It’s called the carnivore diet. You’re free, do whatever you want!” But it also kind of hurt afterward. Mikhaila Peterson hails from Canada. The depth of her suffering seem deeper than most. I watched her podcast with Joe Rogan and read some of her descriptions, and I find it really hard to believe that someone could develop those symptoms rapidly and spontaneously, with food being the cause. But I’m not going to worry about that until that happens. The “12 Rules for Life” author has sought help trying to get off the anti-anxiety drug clonazepam, his daughter Mikhaila Peterson said in a video posted to her YouTube account Thursday. Apparently 150 demonstrators showed up. As soon as I got off carnivore I had two massive red splotches where I had gotten my shots. This forum is dedicated to the work associated with Dr. Jordan Peterson: a public intellectual, clinical psychologist, and professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. Thanks for the kind words, Im glad you found some of my contributions of value :), New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the JordanPeterson community. On carnivore I had zero reaction to the medication. All rights reserved. View Mikhaila Peterson’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. What do you make of that? What’s it been like to observe this rapid evolution from up close? I’m definitely going to be that crazy mom who doesn’t let their kid have sugar or grains—she’ll have to sneak it at school or something. She is a well known author and clinical psychologist as well. So I don’t know. Like yeah, some people have a natural gluten intolerance, and we do eat unnatural amounts of starch in this day and age. Short background on me: I was diagnosed with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis when I was 7 years old. You haven’t read it? All they want to do is push medications on you. My depression started to lift and for the first time in my life I felt, well, happy. There is a lot we don't know about how food interacts with the body and even less about how the foods are grown translate into affects in the body. Get someone to sprinkle in stuff she says she's allergic to without her knowledge, and see if her flare-ups coincide with the addition of those foods. The other half of it was a nutrition absorption issue but cutting out garlic onion and potatoes all but cured my ailments. Even what he talks about changed. We had a baby girl, Scarlett, one year ago. If she's exploring the topic in depth for a long time, then at some point, she's participating in being mistaken. I think when that journalist came over, dad was really anxious and she may have gotten those vibes. Mikhaila completed her higher education in psychology and classics from Concordia University, Montreal, and then, she attended George Brown College Continuing Education to become a make-up artist/specialist. Her zodiac sign is Capricorn. Obviously I’m really paranoid about food now because of what it did to me. There’s a website called Meat Heals. Now I know the truth can be changed. Chef Michael Hunter on takeout booze, his cookbook and how the pandemic is expanding our palates, Q&A: Gordon Lightfoot on staying fit, his favourite Drake album and some ambitious post-pandemic plans. Mikhaila Peterson was born on 4 January 1992 (age 28 years; as in 2020) in Ontario, Canada. I used to read Metro and think, Okay, that’s what’s going on. But I didn’t find that strange until I went to university and came back and was like, “Oh, maybe dad is a little eccentric.” But it wasn’t a house of horror. Well, debate was a big part of life. Early on. A naturopath told me to go on an elimination diet. they measure this with PEG400, and reliably reverse it and most symptoms of chronic disease with an all meat diet. Both my parents are. But I’m not really concerned. As for my dad, he started taking antidepressants in his late 30s. (probably). Toronto Life is a registered trademark of Toronto Life Publishing Company Limited. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. Everybody has bad experiences. My partner is Russian, and we met at Ryerson. I feel like maybe I should be more concerned than I am. Since she was a kid, she had an autoimmune disease, but how can she say that food was the cause of her inflammation in adulthood, since obviously stress and her anxiety disorder could cause flare-ups too? What is going on now? When I went down to only beef, everything got better. I don’t know how abnormal that is. Yes. I've had conversations with some buddies about this, we found an article interview where she explains she started by cutting gluten, then cut out starchy foods, and went from there. I remember with my first serious boyfriend—I was 15, in grade 10—and he came into the living room, and my parents were both sitting there. You can even see in online interviews that he’s different. And he doesn’t read most of the press now, which we’d been telling him to do for a year. She wrote the … Will you put your daughter on a strict diet? Reproduction in whole or in part strictly prohibited. Finally, at the risk of being even more offensive, I have to say--personally knowing neurotic people/people with anxiety disorders--let's acknowledge that they do very often do things for attention or outright lie. I live in Toronto. And that’s really weird. It was scary and completely unnecessary. I definitely do think she had seen the benefits she speaks about, but I think there is a lot of the theory behind it that she doesn't know. I went off my antidepressants. The interesting thing about the whole process, which took several years, is how little most US doctors understood about nutrition. It felt more like mythology than religion. There have been a couple of times where film crews have come over to my parents’ house—I don’t live with them—and I’ve been there to watch the interview. You’ve mentioned your health issues a few times. 248.8k Followers, 1,181 Following, 345 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Mikhaila Peterson (@mikhailapeterson) The New York Times ran a scathing profile of your dad in May entitled “Jordan Peterson, Custodian of the Patriarchy.” The author described your parents’ house as a “carefully curated house of horror.” You tweeted that you wouldn’t describe it that way. But like I said, it’s hard to keep up. And I don’t know whether or not she inherited this celiac gene. I would say that it’s definitely worth a try. Everybody said, “It’s OK to do! Try it out if you want.”. Topics: The good people at Paleomedicina are doing great work helping patients with auto-immune disease through a Paleo-ketogenic (Carnivore) diet. It seems suspicious without more evidence and examination for sure, but giving her the benefit of the doubt, if it's working for her that's awesome. I highly recommend following them. He said lecturing became really difficult and winters were really awful. I’m hoping to tell people—especially people suffering from autoimmune disorders and depression—that they should examine their diet. It’s been very, very strange. I’m not sure. So life was really stressful in the beginning. When did they start? I went down to meat, carrots, fish, green vegetables and rice. Even if they don’t go all-meat, which, I know, is extreme. So it's possible that the meat just wasn't high enough quality. It's common sense that your food influences your well-being. Diet definitely affects the immune response of your body. But it’s not a scary place. My parents think it started when I was around 2 noticing the way I walked. It's not a placebo effect. If you havnt seen the work of Paleomedicina (hungarian clinic/lab) i higly recomend it. Belonging to Canadian nationality and White ethnicity, she was raised with brother, Julian. I think right now in our culture, casual sex isn’t frowned upon as much as it should be. It’s pretty much all online. Stomach cramps, blemishes on my face when I never really had much of an acne problem as a child, being lethargic, memory issues. She missed a valuable opportunity on JRE to promote the on-going research by Dr Csaba Tóth & Dr. Zsófia Clemens of Paleomedicina in Hungary: She did tweet a link to their work, just before her appearance with Joe Rogan, but failed to mention it on his podcast. In Grade 5, I started having nightmares, I was fighting with my friends, and I was extremely unhappy. I looked at the list and thought it didn’t really make a lot of sense, but I was like, “I might as well try.” I have this celiac gene, so I cut out gluten, and then I just sort of cut out various foods on my own. How does that make sense? After dozens of expensive tests and just as many doctors it came down to a progressive allergy involving garlic, onion and potato. I mean, we celebrated Christmas and Easter, but everybody does. I don’t really care about that whole drama so I kind of avoided it. Pps. But there are many other people who report that carnivore is helping alot with autoimmune problems. In his New York Times piece, your dad suggests “enforced monogamy” as a solution to male violence. He and I recently figured out his autoimmune problem, then he lost a whole bunch of weight. I have a lot of sympathy for what Mikhaila's been through but I think she would be wise to align herself more with people who have been doing rigorous scientific research like Paleomedicina. To be completely honest, I think partly because I was so consumed with my own health stuff while that debate was going on, I didn’t get into it. That’s tough to say. Q&A: Mikhaila Peterson, daughter of Jordan Peterson, on her all-beef diet and her dad’s overnight fame. Eat the right mushrooms and you go on a journey to space, but somehow all other food doesn't make a difference? What he meant was marriage to one person. Then, at 17, the cartilage in my hip and ankle just eroded and I needed a hip and ankle replacement. so i believe she has seen the effects she says. That said, the bad press has been hard on him. Mikhaila Peterson, 28, is a Canadian blogger who has put her idiopathic juvenile arthritis, severe depression, and chronic fatigue into remission using the lion diet - an all-beef elimination diet. I know everybody does it, especially during university. She claims the 'Lion Diet' cured her of several illnesses and conditions and with 247,000 followers on Instagram the 28-year-old is a popular Canadian blogger, influencer, Youtuber and podcaster … One time we walked into somebody at Front and Yonge and he said, ‘Holy shit, it’s Jordan Peterson.’ He was starstruck. That poor boyfriend. I’ve had my vitamins checked recently and cholesterol, all that stuff, and everything’s normal. here's the thing.. you can make changes to your life and suddenly you reap great benefits. ... Then I went to university at Concordia and my mental health got way worse. I don’t know. (I'm sorry for saying that, but I feel I had to).

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