Our DC chapter leader and podcast host, Hilda Labrada Gore, traveled to Africa to spread the word about Dr. Weston Price and the Wise Traditions diet! She was very well received and the Massai (featured in this video) are excited to go back to their roots and eat the way their ancestors did. ... See MoreSee Less
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Please see our recommendations on how to truly nourish, rather than merely feed yourself and your children! I'd love you to share this post with your circle.
Documenting Hope. 14 children, 18 months, 1 goal: Recovery. Help heal the first two children in this groundbreaking project: bit.ly/2eFAJX3... See MoreSee Less
What is the Documenting Hope Project? Watch to Learn More! Share #givehope on social media There are hundreds of children who have completely reversed their health conditions– yet nobody is studying how or why these children get better. Our goal is to optimize the health of children enrolled in ou...
Getting the hormone disrupting synthetic fragrances from fabric softeners out of your life is a huge lifestyle improvement. Here are the effective, nontoxic alternatives outlined by The Healthy Home Economist... See MoreSee Less
New York, NY -- In a victory for science, The BMJ (formerly The British Medical Journal) stood in support of a peer-reviewed study it published in September 2015 by investigative journalist Nina Teicholz, which concluded that that the current U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGAs) are founded on weak scientific evidence and do not reflect the best and most current science. The article had been the subject of intense scrutiny by the members of the 2015 DGA expert committee (DGAC) as well as advocacy and research groups that have long championed a diet high in carbohydrates and low in saturated fats, as the DGAs have recommended for more than 35 years. ... See MoreSee Less
Article Related content Article metrics Rapid responses Response Response by Nina Teicholz I’m delighted that The BMJ has stood by this article and decided against retraction. Two outside reviewers judged that the criticisms of the piece did not merit its retraction, and in the end, the corrections…
'Tis the season of candles for some of us! Did you know that most candles are made of paraffin, and that In 2001 the EPA concluded that paraffin candles emit harmful amounts of toxins in the air when burned that are considered above the excess cancer risk, with multiple exposures. I review alternatives in this article!
What candles do you use?