Kimberly Hartke opines about poor nutrition in the Illinois prisons, where a soy diet is making prisoners ill. She cites a British study which says poor diet breeds anti-social behavior behind bars.
Sally Fallon responds to critics of the Weston A. Price Foundation’s lawsuit to stop prisoners from being fed a high soy diet.
On my library shelf, is a wonderful little book by Dr. Henry Bieler, M.D., Food is Your Best Medicine. Written in 1965, before Big Pharma had such a stranglehold on the business of healing, this doctor details case after case of how nurturing food played a role in healing his patients.When my brother was very young, he was diagnosed by our pediatrician, Dr. Knop, as celiac. She was an old school German doctor, and worked in the prestigious Yater Clinic in downtown Washington, D.C. She looked like a fierce school marm, with her dark hair pulled back in a tight bun. In her clipped German accent, she prescribed a strict diet for my brother of nothing but cottage cheese…
Superior Nutrition Comes from Humanely Raised Animals! We went to great lengths to get farm fresh eggs this week, driving quite a distance to a farmers market. We buy nothing but pasture raised eggs these days, and often buy extra cartons for fear of running out. Today, I came across an interesting study by Mother [...]