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Getting Started with Fermented Foods, With Wardee Harmon

I’d like to share an introduction to my good friend Wardee Harmon’s e-book Lacto-Fermentation. Wardee is a wonderful and passionate educator and blogger on the subject of fermentation as well as other real food and natural health topics.   If you are new to fermenting, you’ll discover a bit about the benefits of fermented foods, […]

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Doctored or Determined? Your Health, Your Choice!

We all know someone in our lives who has had to go through treatment for cancer or some other degenerative disease. Maybe you have personally had this experience. It’s heart wrenching to say the least, to watch someone close to you go through this situation…especially if you feel hopeless and helpless. Wouldn’t it be great […]

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Making Your Own Organic Garden Fertilizer

Gardening is one of my favorite labor-of-loves. When you produce your own food, you have control over the types of food you grow and knowing exactly how it has been produced. And being outside on your own property, planting and nurturing growing things provides a great sense of accomplishment and satisfaction too. This year, I […]

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Breaking the Eating-While-Stressed Cycle

On this web site, we talk a lot about eating real food, being mindful of what substances we put into our bodies, and how it affects us. But it’s also important to remember to slow down and stop to eat a nourishing meal, without stress. Stress can affect us in so many negative ways, more […]

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The Amazing Health Benefits of Ghee and Recipes

We’ve been using ghee in our house for a few years now, and I love its versatility and taste for so many of the things we eat. Ghee is an ancient food that has been eaten by people around the world for thousands of years, is extremely nutritious, and is also one of the greatest […]

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How Stress Impacts Digestion

Most of us think of digestion in terms of the food we eat. And while the quality of our food certainly affects our digestive health, the impact of stress on digestion cannot be ignored. All the raw foods, enzymes and herbal bitters in the world can’t help you if your digestive difficulties are caused by […]

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Drugs: Our First Line of Defense?

I’m so glad to have such a timely post to share with all of my readers. It seems like more and more I have conversations with people about using natural means versus drugs and over-the-counter medication for health problems. It is my most sincere hope to inspire some interest in using natural remedies instead of […]

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Oil Pulling for Detoxification

Have you ever tried oil pulling? If not, today might be the day to try it. All you need is a good quality oil and a few minutes in the morning before eating, drinking or brushing your teeth. This guest post from Elizabeth Walling of Living the Nourished Life tells you how. Detoxing is a […]

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On Microwaves and Cooking Convenience

Do you use a microwave in your kitchen? People have used these devices since the 1970s, and they have become a  hallmark of convenience in modern life. But the truth is, as with many modern advents to make our lives easier, we are paying a high price with our health for using these types of […]

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Charlie’s Story – From A Mother’s Heart

If you are a parent who has vaccinated or are considering vaccination, please read this heart-felt story from one of my readers and friends from Facebook, Vicki and her son Charlie (residents of the UK). This story is a follow-up to the post about Dr. Wakefield and the MMR vaccine from Monday, and I wanted […]