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Guest Post: Never Too Late To Live Your Dream

If you’ve ever had a dream of making a difference in the world… Today I’d like to welcome a guest post by Cathy Payne, of Our Natural Life. Cathy and her husband Jon maintain this site together where they translate their love of natural living by doing weekly podcast interviews with individuals who are active […]

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The Weston A. Price Wise Traditions Conference, 2010

This is the first year I will be going to the Weston A. Price 2010 Wise Traditions conference, and I am so honored, excited, and grateful to be able to attend! This is actually the first time I have flown anywhere by myself, and I’m coming all the way from Boise, Idaho to King Of […]

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Nina Planck Talks Candidly About Industrial Food

There is a lot of conversation taking place about how our food affects our health. That’s because our overall health profile is critical – as a culture, we continue to experience rising numbers of heart disease, obesity, cancer, diabetes, autism, osteoporosis, many auto-immune disorders, food allergies and intolerances. Despite diets prescribing low-fat eating, meal plans, […]

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Guest Post: Kathryne Pirtle on Celiac Disease, Nutrient-Dense and Traditional Foods, and Dr. Weston A. Price

I am very pleased to have as a guest today Kathryne Pirtle, a professional musician who struggled for years with debilitating health issues. She suffered conditions experienced by millions and millions of people – celiac disease, acid reflux, and chronic inflammation just to name a few. I’d like to extend my sincere thanks to Kathy […]

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Produce and Pestcides: The Dirty Dozen and Protecting Your Children

Are you concerned about pesticides and toxins on fruits and vegetables you eat daily? How often do you buy organic? Many fruits and vegetables available on the market are from conventional and commercial sources which use pesticides in farming practices. It can be challenging to provide the healthiest choices for your family and stay on […]

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Eating Healthy In A Time Of Recession

The name of the game in tough economic times is to save money. But don’t throw your money in the trash and spend it on processed foods with no nutritional value. Consider just how expensive some of that cheaper food really is. On the surface, a six-pack of soda or juice can run anywhere from […]