I have attempted to contact Sally Fallon Morell, President of the Weston A. Price Foundation, several times regarding FCLO since I started covering the FCLO scandal last year. To date, I have not gotten a direct response from Ms. Fallon Morell, hence I am writing this open letter.
As a mother and a concerned consumer, what I care about most when buying products from a health supplement company, is a quality product, truth in advertising and transparency from the manufacturer.
Today is Lucky Charms Day. It’s a new tradition in our house. Every Saturday morning, my kids get to eat Lucky Charms cereal.
As a real food blogger who has actively endorsed and recommended fermented cod liver oil (FCLO) for the past several years, I wanted to share my thoughts on the recent FCLO scandal.
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The paleo diet is the hottest fad diet since vegetarianism. If you’re not familiar with the movement, paleo folks eat a “paleolithic” or “caveman” diet of meat, more meat, and pretty much anything they can forage (berries, nuts and so forth). The only foods that are allowed are ones
I launched my blog, Our Nourishing Roots, last year in the fall. I was in my 7th month of the GAPS diet at the time, a healing protocol that corrects leaky gut syndrome which is a link between mental health, food allergies, and even autism.