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Do You Have a Chronic Disease–Diabetes, Hypertension, Cancer, Autism, and more? Glyphosate (in Monsanto’s Roundup) just might be the cause!
Do you (or a family member or friend) have one or more of these chronic diseases? Hypertension, stroke, diabetes, obesity, senile dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, autism, inflammatory bowel disease, intestinal infections, end stage renal disease, acute kidney failure, or … Continue reading
Yesterday I posted an article on Facebook that said many people’s issues with wheat digestion may be due to the poison sprayed on the crop rather than to true gluten intolerance. The post got quite a few views very quickly. … Continue reading
I haven’t had time to publish any new posts this week, but I didn’t want to skip writing about the latest news. Breakfast today was a cup of bone broth (by now, you should not be surprised!) and a banana … Continue reading
I know it’s Friday, but this week I have been so busy with the activities of the Houston-Galveston chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation that I am a little behind with the news. For breakfast this morning while drinking … Continue reading
In the U.S. we spend less of our household budget on food than any other county in the world. We only spend about 6.9% of our household income on food. What do other countries spend on food? Here are a … Continue reading
I love beans, especially pinto beans, and home cooked beans are absolutely the best! In fact, if you have only eaten canned or commercially cooked beans in the past, you are in for a real treat if you try these … Continue reading
I know it’s not still morning, but while reading my newspaper today, I did have a cup of homemade chicken bone broth. Chicken is my favorite broth, but I have made broths from beef, pork, chicken, duck, and goose bones. … Continue reading
Here in Houston, blueberries are in season, and I love blueberries! They have always been my favorite berry and one of my overall favorite fruits. I eat them with my homemade Nutty Granola and raw milk, in smoothies, in homemade … Continue reading
For quite a while I have been collecting resources for healthy food and personal care products, as well as for sources of information on a variety of nutrition and health topics. I have recently published the first page of my … Continue reading
I have written about glyphosate before (there is a list of posts below), but there have been some important new studies since I last wrote about it, and I thought I should discuss the newly discovered and alarming dangers we … Continue reading