Do you want to better your sleep? Learn more about seed oils? Discover what Pfizer knew but didn’t reveal about their mRNA shot?
The most popular Wise Traditions podcast interviews of 2023 focused on just these topics. which are highlighted in this episode. This “Best of 2023” features segments from a conversation with Naomi Wolf of Daily Clout on the Pfizer Documents, a discussion with Sally Fallon Morell, President of the Weston A. Price Foundation, on seed oils, and an interview with Devin Burke on how to improve sleep.
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This is our gift to you, an episode highlighting the most popular episodes of 2023. It covers how to improve your sleep, why seed oils are so damaging, and critical information pertaining to the pharmaceutical industry and what they’ve been trying to keep under wraps. This is episode 454 and our guests are Naomi Wolf, Sally Fallon Morell, and Devin Burke. Their interviews were the most popular in 2023.
In this episode, we give you a taste of each one. First off, we’ll read a portion of the interview with Naomi Wolf about the surprising information revealed in the Pfizer documents. We’ll follow that up with a segment with Sally Fallon Morell, the President of the Weston A. Price Foundation. She covers how seed oils are processed and why they are to be avoided at all costs.
Batting cleanup, we’ll read a portion of the interview with Devin Burke, the author of The Sleep Advantage, who explains how to sleep more soundly. If you’ve already read these interviews the first time they were released, we invite you to read these segments and see what new information you can glean. If you haven’t read the full episodes, you’re in for a treat. We hope you enjoy this best of 2023 episode.
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Let’s get rolling. This is an excerpt from Episode 421 Pfizer Documents Exposé with Naomi Wolf. Naomi goes over what the analysis of the Pfizer documents revealed, namely that the company itself was well aware that the mRNA injection was not only ineffective but that it caused a host of troubling side effects.
The Pfizer documents were released in March 2022 to crickets. Why were these papers overlooked by most people? What was in them that is so important for us to know?
These documents were released subsequent to a successful lawsuit by Aaron Siri and his firm. They were demanding that DFTA, which is the custodian of the documents, release them all, and the judge agreed. This is very fortunate because those documents are historic. They represent their record of the greatest crime in human history. It was crickets when they were first released because they are difficult to understand and they are voluminous.
They are written in scientific language, which you need to be a specialist to interpret. There were tens of thousands of documents. I knew that we were looking at a journalistic black hole because lay journalists couldn’t understand what was in the documents, and they were going to come and go. We put out a call on Steve Bannon’s War Room, which is one of the examples of the mini-surprising alliances that have been created in these crazy times.
To his credit, he supported us in asking for a crowdsourced interpretation of these documents. We initially got 2,500, and then 3,500 experts ranging from biostatisticians, physicians, RNs, medical fraud investigators, pathologists, cardiologists, research scientists, and biologists to review the documents. They created 62 reports, explaining to people in lay language what they show. The bottom line is they show the greatest crime against humanity ever.
That was a powerful statement. Let’s dive into it because people are eager to know. I’m so grateful that you found this group of volunteer experts from around the world who have analyzed these papers extensively and can give us some answers. First of all, what evidence points to the fact that Pfizer knew during the clinical trial that the COVID-19 mRNA shot was harmful or would be harmful on a large scale?
That is a great question, legally, because it is one thing if they were greedy and clueless and the science changed but it is a whole other level of criminality if they saw the harm and kept going or even intended the harm. Don’t take my word for it. The Pfizer documents reports are in a book. You can order them on Amazon and see for yourself but there is no way anyone looking at these documents can conclude that Pfizer did not intend to murder, sterilize, and maim people on a massive scale. Let me give you a couple of examples.
A month after the mass rollout in November 2020, Pfizer’s internal data showed that the vaccines did not treat COVID and they were useless. The language that Pfizer uses is vaccine failure and failure of efficacy. You will not believe this if you think that it is bad. The third most likely bad thing that can happen to you after getting injected, they knew this a month after rollout, is that you will get COVID. These vaccines never worked as promised to do what they claimed to do from the beginning but that did not cause this company to stop. They kept going.
They knew, four months later, that the vaccines were causing heart damage in minors. They knew that 35 minors had sustained heart damage within a week after having been injected. They pushed nonetheless at that time for a medical Emergency Use Authorization to inject minors. You’ve got to understand what I’m saying. Their internal documents showed that 35 minors had been injured with heart damage. That was the time that they kept pushing for EUA. They got it for minors. Four months later, after a giant summer-long campaign to inject your minor, there was a press release from the government saying, “There may be an elevated risk of myocarditis.” They knew but they kept going.
We know the big pharmaceutical companies have a financial incentive to keep pushing their product and making billions of dollars. Why would the media not make more of a stink of this once the Pfizer papers were released?
In my book, The Bodies of Others, I follow the money trail. Pfizer, with its ally, China, and their allies, the World Health Organization, the World Economic Forum, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, bought up our media. This took place through millions of dollars from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. They are invested in the vaccines to fund “health coverage or COVID coverage.”
The Guardian, the BBC, NPR, and all the legacy media we have learned to trust took the money and therefore couldn’t or wouldn’t, because the money would dry up, run anything critical about any side effects, problems, or questions. They participated in smearing people like me, Dr. Mercola, and Robert Kennedy Jr., who tried to raise normal journalistic questions.
The other reason is our taxpayer money. In the CARES Act in 2021, $1 billion went to overcoming vaccine hesitancy through a program to pay off trusted messengers. This was so demonically brilliant. They bought up every trusted influencer in our society, including churches and synagogues, pop culture icons on Instagram, food writers, Broadway shows, little dance troops in Koreatown, and Columbia County tourism.
I remember thinking this was weird when my synagogue sent me a Jewish Life in the Hudson Valley Magazine with two little masked five-year-old girls on the cover. Organically, this would never happen. I began to see all of these local organizations saying, “You can’t come in without a vaccine. You have to show a vaccine passport.” They all took the money and the money flowed like crazy up and down the food chain. It is heartbreaking.
I remember an influencer. I have known her since she was a young woman. I knew her son. Her son was fifteen during the summer of 2021. She was like, “I’m so excited. I took my son to get injected.” All I did was tweet to her, “You know that the clinical trials will not be complete until 2023.” She accused me of harassing her child and calling me names. These are the influencers. I’m not trying to single her out but to the level of people being paid to call people names on Twitter. It was down to that level of money flowing. That is what happened.
To those of us, it wasn’t just rewards. It was also punishment. I did what I had done for many years. You know what I’m going to say. I called attention in June of 2021 to the fact that women were having menstrual symptoms, as eyewitness reports on Twitter. I’m a big believer that women volunteer information. It confirms other information that women also volunteer. That is a signal you should pay attention to. Women were reporting weird, bad things happening to their menstrual cycles.
You and I know, and you don’t have to be a weirdo or a hippie to know, that a healthy menstrual cycle is a prime sign of a healthy woman. If your menstrual cycle is impaired, something is probably wrong. I reported on this neutrally. I got not just de-platformed but I have this global attack on my reputation in news site after news site, around the world, in the same language, telling the same lies and distortions. This is what they are able to do.
A healthy menstrual cycle is a prime sign of a healthy woman. If your menstrual cycle is impaired, something is probably wrong.
It turned out we know through other FOIA requests that that was the result of our White House colluding with our CDC, DHS, the Justice Department, the Census Bureau, and all these agencies in our federal government to single out that tweet of mine. It is in our White House documents. That tweet by Naomi Wolf, which is an accurate tweet, is like, “There is this whole network of people unconstitutionally unlawfully collaborating to say, ‘Get rid of this. Take care of this.’” It was like BOLO like I’m a criminal fugitive. Be On The Lookout.
First of all, this is quite alarming. I hope people reread from the top because there is a lot to digest here. Second of all, even if many people were part of a campaign of collusion to persuade the public to get this vaccine, I believe there must have been some goodhearted people in the mix, and tell me if you think this is true, who simply thought, “This is best for humanity and public health.” Don’t you think so?
Not at Pfizer and FDA. I haven’t even begun to tell you what’s in these documents but there is a 360-degree attack on human reproduction. There is a section where over 80% of the women who are pregnant sustain spontaneous abortion or miscarriage. There is a section where Pfizer defines exposure to the vaccine as inhalation, skin contact, or sexual intercourse, especially at conception.
In other words, a vaccinated male to an unvaccinated female is exposing her through his semen, presumably to the vaccine. They knew something very bad was being transmitted through vaccinated men’s semen through bodily fluids. There is a section where there is a chart in the Pfizer documents where twenty horrible things that can happen to women’s menstrual cycles are listed in scientific language. There are tens of thousands of numbers in each category.
Check out the entire episode, Wise Traditions Podcast 421 Pfizer Documents Exposé.
Coming up, we have a segment from Episode 406 Avoid Seed Oils. Here, we learn more about the bottles of yellow oil that sit on supermarket shelves labeled heart healthy, which are quite the opposite.
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People say, “Where should I start? How do I change my diet?” I always say, “Get your fats right first.” That means get all these industrial fats and oils out of your kitchen and use the traditional fats. We’re going to start with, “What are these?”
That’s what I was going to ask you.
These are oils that come from hard seeds. In the past, we couldn’t get oils out of these seeds. We could get oil out of oily seeds like sesame or flax seeds that are not very hard. Traditionally, they were removed with a stone press but mostly, we ate animal fats or fruit oils. Olives and palm fruits are fruit oils. They’re very oily fruits. It’s easy to get the oils out of them.
In the late 1800s, they had this waste product. It was cottonseeds. They were growing cotton and the seeds were removed. They had piles of cottonseeds. They invented the stainless-steel roller press. They could put the cottonseed through this roller press and that got the oil out. This was the first vegetable oil. Only a madman would think you could eat this oil because it smelled too high heaven and it was black and gunky. It looked like car oil, tar, or something.
The experts in food technology over the years figured out how to refine this oil. It’s the same process they used for petroleum products. They use the same equipment. The oil is heated five times to very high temperatures during this process and chemicals are added. It’s bleached to get rid of the dark color, and then very strong antioxidants are added.
The thing with these liquid vegetable oils is that they break down easily, whereas saturated fats don’t break down. They’re very stable. You can eat them without problems. The vegetable oils break down so they have to use these antioxidants and things. After all of this processing, they tell us to cook with these oils or fry with them. These vegetable oils come not so much from cottonseed but from soy, corn, canola, and these kinds of seeds.
I was going to say I never see cottonseed oil on supermarket shelves.
It might be there because if they say vegetable oil, it could be cottonseed oil.
That’s what I was trying to get at. It is mislabeled and it says vegetable oil so you can’t know.
They shouldn’t even call it vegetable oil. It doesn’t come out of vegetables. It comes out of seeds. The accurate term is industrial seed oils. Crisco was the first commercial product made from cottonseeds. It stands for crystallized cottonseed oil. In addition to all that processing, they then do something called partial hydrogenation, which rearranges the structure of the liquid oil and makes it hard at room temperature.
Partially hydrogenated cottonseed oil was originally used to make candles. With the invention of electricity, people didn’t buy candles anymore. The inventors of this process, Procter & Gamble, were originally candle makers. They thought, “What are we going to do with all this stuff? Let’s feed it to people.” No one knows whether it would be good or harmful for people.
People have no idea. They’re very unaware of the harm it causes. It’s insidious. Wouldn’t you agree?
It’s insidious because the changes take place over a long time, especially with the next generation. They do not carry the components and the vitamins we need in our diet to have healthy babies. One of the first consequences is that children need braces. In the past, we used lard, butter, meat fat, and so forth. These had the fat-soluble vitamins that we need to have nice, wide palates in our children. The growth of the orthodontics industry is one sign of the terrible effects of these oils.
Seed oils not only do not contain the vitamins that kids need but also contain harmful ingredients.
Number one, they cause cancer. The fragile oils that are highly processed contain breakdown products called aldehydes. The one that you may know of as formaldehyde is very toxic. These aldehydes are toxic. They get in the body. Over time, they poison you.
Cancer is so huge, especially among children it seems like, in developed countries where these seed oils are used.
The oils are everywhere. They’re in all parts of the globe. I remember seeing an article in The Washington Post years ago about how China wanted to shut down outdoor food markets. They said, “We want to have modern supermarkets.” They showed this picture of somebody with a shopping cart and in the back of her were all the vegetable oils. At the outdoor markets, they were getting lard, coconut oil, and fats like that. Duck fat was another very nutritious fat. They wanted to push people to buy in the supermarket so they would buy vegetable oils.
That’s because they make a pretty penny off of that.
They’re extremely profitable. Any plant food is much more profitable than animal food. China has the same health problems that we do. It doesn’t show up immediately. You don’t drop dead if you eat some French fries but over time, it’s insidious, the effects on the cell membranes, cells, hormone production, and enzyme receptors. All of these things get messed up with industrial fats and oils.
The first disease you mentioned was cancer. What are some of the other effects of the issues you were describing?
Less robust children, braces, and then over a couple of generations, you get infertility or difficulty in conceiving. Diabetes is a side effect of trans fats. Since we know that trans fats are bad, they have been more or less taken out of the food supply. They’ve been replaced with liquid oils and the liquid oils are more dangerous in a way.
There’s also heart disease. Heart disease has climbed as vegetable oil use has climbed. The marketing of the vegetables was very clever. They said that vegetable oils are going to prevent heart disease because they don’t contain any cholesterol or saturated fat. That’s when we got this demonization of cholesterol and saturated fat, which are essential for life, good health, and having healthy babies. We have demonized the things that we need in our food.
Heart disease has climbed as vegetable oil use has climbed.
The suffering from the use of seed oils is horrendous. Little by little, people are waking up. Individuals are finding out and going back to animal fats and olive oil for their salad dressing but avoiding these industrial fats and oils. The agencies, dieticians, Heart Association, and the government are still sticking to their story that we shouldn’t eat animal fats and we should eat these polyunsaturated oils.
Do you think these seed oils also contribute to obesity?
Absolutely. We know that for both trans fats and vegetable oils. I’m not sure what the mechanism is but one of the things that happens when you eat industrial seed oils is it interferes with thyroid function. Your metabolism is not as robust. Your fire isn’t burning as well so you’ll gain weight more easily.
Children don’t seem as energetic to me anymore.
They don’t have the energy. They become obese. It’s hard for them to concentrate. Their brains don’t work as well. We need animal fats for our brains.
I’m still stuck on the obesity thing. I read something about the FDA approving gastric bypass surgery for children who are obese instead of looking at the solution or the reason why these kids might be getting heavier in the first place.
When you look at old black-and-white pictures of people in America, we ate more calories in those days. The typical diet was 3,000 calories a day. We ate potatoes, bread, and butter but you don’t see obesity in the old photos. You see slender people. We had sugar, too. People ate a lot of sugar. I’m not saying sugar’s good but it’s not the worst thing in the diet. The worst thing is these seed oils.
Check out the entire episode of Wise Traditions Episode 406 with Sally Fallon Morell called Avoid Seed Oils.
Finally, we showcase an excerpt from Episode 403 Better Sleep with Devin Burke. Devin highlights why we struggle so much to get deep, restorative sleep. He even offers tips for how to turn things around.
I’m excited to talk sleep with you.
Most of us drag ourselves out of bed, grab a cup of coffee, and struggle to make it through the day. Everybody seems to be exhausted, to be honest with you, and then they have trouble falling asleep. What is going on?
It’s a huge problem for so many people. If you go to any public place, whether it’s an airport, you see people look tired and that’s because they are. A big part of this is the relationship between stress and sleep, which are bidirectionally linked. The more stress you experience, the less rest you experience. The less rest you experience, the more stress you experience physically, mentally, and emotionally.
People get stuck in this loop where they’re stressed so they’re not sleeping. They’re not sleeping and their body’s more stressed, and then on and on it goes until, hopefully, you read this blog and do some of the things that we’re going to talk about to get out of that paradox because it’s not fun. It affects every important area of your life.
You’re the first person on this show who has ever talked about the relationship between stress and sleep. I hadn’t thought about that before.
For whatever reason, people tend to focus on what’s going on at night. A great night of sleep happens as soon as you wake up. Everything you do throughout your entire day is going to dictate whether you’re going to get a peaceful night’s rest. That peaceful night’s rest is going to affect everything the next day. You can’t separate your day from your night. It’s important for that to land for people.
When you say you can’t separate your day from your night, it makes me think about how some people wake up in the middle of the night and try to resolve a problem or remember some difficult moment from their day. They can’t go back to sleep because they’re so worried. In that way, they may understand that on that level.
That is so common. People often say when you ask the question, “Why do you have trouble sleeping,” “I have a racing mind at night. That either gets in the way of me being able to initiate sleep,” which we call sleep latency, “Or stay asleep.” People wake up and start thinking about all the what-ifs, could haves, and should haves. The next thing you know, the body is releasing cortisol and adrenaline. Your body is at threat. A body at threat is not going to sleep because it thinks that it needs to be awake for survival. Many people find themselves in this situation night after night.
Let’s talk about how we can lower our stress levels to make sleep more peaceful and restorative.
Something I always like to share is a simple tactical of what you could do tonight. We’ll start there. I call it 3-2-1 Sleep. Three hours before bed, you want to stop eating. The reason is you don’t want to be digesting food. That first quarter of the night is when you’re getting into these deeper stages of sleep, this body restoration and you want your body’s energy to be cleaning up the cancerous cells, flushing out the beta-amyl or the plaque, all the things that the body does during this important stage of sleep.
You want that taking place. You don’t want the blood going to the digestive system to try to digest. Trying to sleep and digest at the same time is not a good combo. Two hours before bed, stop working. This is a huge one, especially since many people work from home and we often take our day into our night. There needs to be what we call a bed buffer between your day and your night. You can’t just turn the brain off. It doesn’t work like that. There needs to be space.
One hour before bed is when you start a nighttime routine or ritual that doesn’t involve technology for many reasons. The blue light gets in the way of the natural melatonin production and the hyperarousal from the devices and shows that most people watch, especially the news, which is the worst thing to watch while in bed or right before you go to bed. 3-2-1 Sleep is simple and easy for people to remember and apply.
I want to focus on this last bit, the bedtime routine that has nothing to do with tech. Think about how you would put your kids to bed. You would read them some books. There would be a bath. There was a ritual that we performed with them to help them prepare for sleep. They know, “First, it’s a bath, then it’s a story, a song, and a prayer.” With some kids, this can get elongated but the point is their bodies would know, “When this happens, I’m starting to wind down and get ready to rest.” As adults, we don’t do that.
We tell a story that we don’t have the time. You have to make the time. You have to prioritize and protect that important aspect of your time so that you can get the rest you need to get up and do it again. If you treat yourself like you would treat your children, that’s a great bedtime routine. The hot bath is going to drop the core body temperature when you get out of the bath. We need that temperature to drop 2 to 3 degrees Fahrenheit for sleep to happen. That’s going to support that. The reading is going to help get our minds off of the day’s worries and troubles. Treat yourself like you would treat your kids and you’re going to sleep better without a doubt.
Treat yourself like you would treat your kids and you’re going to sleep better without a doubt.
Think about how kids are like, “Wait. We want to keep playing or watch this show.” You’re like, “No, it’s time for this.” We don’t do that with ourselves, “I have to clean the kitchen. I don’t want to go to bed with one dirty dish in the sink. I have one more email I got to shoot out.” No. Let’s be kind to ourselves. Let’s go back to what you were saying at the top about insufficient sleep. Most of us are running around exhausted. What happens to us when we are in that cycle? When we’re stressed and not getting enough restorative sleep, what are the effects on the body?
There’s not an important area of your life that’s not affected. From a physical health and longevity standpoint, unfortunately, when you’re consistently sleep deprived, that increases your risk of every major disease from heart disease to cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and all of the big ones. Your risk of developing those diseases is enhanced. That’s first and foremost because it’s during the night when our body’s immune system is most active. We all have cancerous cells in our bodies. It’s during the night when those cancerous cells are getting cleared out and autophagy is happening. Our body is clearing out all of the damage.
If we’re not getting enough time in bed and not enough quality sleep, which we can talk about what that means, our body’s not able to clean up the garbage throughout the night. This impacts our health in the long run. Not to mention the impact on our hormones, specifically, insulin. Some studies show that even after one night of sleeping between 4 to 5 hours, you could look pre-diabetic because your insulin is thrown off.
Your cortisol levels are increased and that’s the stress hormone, and then ghrelin and leptin, which are those signaling hormones for, “I’m full. I’m hungry,” get thrown off. You’re craving sugar and fat like crazy and your body doesn’t know when you’re full. It’s a recipe for weight gain and bad decision-making, which leads us to the next area that’s impacted, which is our cognitive function.
I’m thinking about something I’ve heard and I know you can’t believe everything you read on the internet or see there but somebody was saying that if you have a choice between going to the gym late at night or going to sleep, go to sleep. I feel like that’s a little bit of what you were saying.
If you go to the gym too late, unfortunately, that’ll affect your sleep because what controls our sleep is our body temperature and light. Exercising too close to bedtime heats the body and the body temperature needs to drop for sleep to happen. That’s why they say to have a cold, dark room, which will improve your sleep like sleeping in a cave because that helps you get into the deeper stages of sleep.
That leads us to the quality of sleep that you wanted to touch on. I used to always sleep soundly. There was not a lot of tossing and turning, not a lot of moving all night long but I’m not sure that my sleep was always restorative and as profound as it needed to be. What are some of the metrics by which we can measure that? How can we know that our sleep is as restorative and effective as all the things you were discussing, such as autophagy and working on taking care of us on a cellular level? How can we know that it’s doing that? Is there a way to know?
There are amazing tracking devices that do a good job of showing us how well we’re sleeping. These devices are not perfect but they are getting better as technology continues to improve. Measuring your sleep is a great way of understanding at a deeper level. The device that we use at Sleep Science Academy is the Oura Ring, which is a ring you wear on your finger.
That’s going to measure your body temperature, heart rate variability, and the different stages of sleep with deep delta or REM sleep when we talk about quality. We want 20% of our total sleep time to be in that deep delta or REM sleep. Those are the important stages of sleep. You’ve got to get through the initial stages of sleep to get to those stages but people are always surprised when they start to consistently measure their sleep, how little deep sleep and REM sleep they’re getting. This is because of a variety of factors that we could talk about but we’re talking about the quality of sleep.
You want to be in that restorative REM or deep sleep. If people don’t have a device to measure, you can also tell by how fatigued you are during the day. Why is it if you’re in bed for eight hours and you’re like, “I got a good eight hours of sleep,” that you’re still tired? You still need your coffee and something to wake you up in the middle of the afternoon. That means something’s off. You might want to pay attention to the bedtime ritual, sleep hygiene, temperature in your room, and all those things that will be a factor in the profanity of your sleep.
You can’t master what you’re not measuring. It’s worth the investment to get even an Apple watch. It doesn’t have to be Oura Ring. Have something that’s going to help you measure your sleep so that you can see the impact when you make the lifestyle changes and the behavior changes, how that impacts your sleep and you can start to correlate, “I did this. I slept better and felt better.” That becomes a new habit and you have the momentum and the motivation to continue those healthy lifestyle habits.
You can’t master what you’re not measuring.
Check out the entire episode of Wise Traditions Episode 403 Better Sleep.
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About Naomi Wolf
Naomi is a bestselling author, columnist, and professor; she is a graduate of Yale University and received a doctorate from Oxford. She is cofounder and CEO of DailyClout.io, a successful civic tech company. Since the publication of her landmark international bestseller, The Beauty Myth, which The New York Times called “one of the most important books of the 20th century,” Dr Wolf’s other seven bestsellers have been translated worldwide. The End of America and Give Me Liberty: A Handbook for American Revolutionaries, predicted the current crisis in authoritarianism and presented effective tools for citizens to promote civic engagement.
Dr. Wolf trains thought leaders of tomorrow, teaching public presentation to Rhodes Scholars, and co-leading a Stony Brook University that gave professors skills to become public intellectuals. She was a Rhodes scholar herself and was an advisor to the Clinton re-election campaign and to Vice President Al Gore.
Dr. Wolf has written for every major news outlet in the US and many globally; she had four opinion columns, including in The Guardian and the Sunday Times of London. She lives with her husband, private detective Brian O’Shea, in the Hudson Valley.
About Sally Fallon Morell
Sally Fallon Morell is founding president of The Weston A. Price Foundation, a non-profit nutrition education foundation dedicated to returning nutrient-dense food to American tables. She is also the founder of A Campaign for Real Milk, which has as its goal universal access to clean raw milk from pasture-fed animals.
She is the author of the best-selling cookbook Nourishing Traditions (with Mary G. Enig, PhD); The Nourishing Traditions Book of Baby & Child Care (with Thomas S. Cowan, MD); Nourishing Broth (with Kaayla T. Daniel, PhD, CCN); Nourishing Fats; and Nourishing Diets.
Her latest book is The Contagion Myth, co-authored with Thomas S Cowan, MD. She and her husband Geoffrey Morell are owners of P A Bowen Farmstead in Southern Maryland, which produces raw cheese and milk from pastured cows, woodlands whey-fed pork and grass-fed poultry and eggs.
About Devin Burke
Devin Burke helps high achievers and exhausted insomniacs get and stay asleep so they can wake up with more peace, power and presence.
He a bestselling author, speaker, renowned sleep coach and founder of Sleep Science Academy which helps people stop suffering and start sleeping using a unique holistic approach based in science.
He was named one of the “Top 25 Health Coaches in America.” and has studied innovative holistic coaching methods from some of the world’s top health and human performance experts for over a decade.
As a speaker and coach, he has inspired thousands of people to open their eyes to what is possible through creating new sleep, health and performance habits and routines.
He has studied innovative coaching methods from some of the world’s top health and human performance experts including Dr. Josh Axe, Tony Robbins, and Brendon Burchard.
Devin believes that we create our reality and in living in the field of infinite possibility. He believes that our bodies will heal when giving the right conditions to do so and that small consistent choices lead to big lasting results!
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