The fourth video in the Beginner Series that I am in the process of filming for the Weston A. Price Foundation involves going through the pantry of my friend Alma, to help her clear out any unhealthy foods and replace them with more nutrient dense, traditional choices.
A healthy pantry equals a health family!
In this week’s video, I talk to you in depth about the importance of regular consumption of Traditional Fats and Sacred Foods. The nonindustrialized cultures studied by Dr. Weston A. Price during his travels around the world in the 1920’s and 1930’s greatly revered these foods and great care was given to provide them for pregnant women and growing children to ensure the robustness and health of future generations.
This need not be the case!
In my newest video lesson, which I filmed for the Weston A.
Getting thrown out of a conventional supermarket wasn’t enough fun for me, so this time, I’m going shopping at my favorite Asian supermarket with camera in tow.
What interesting and traditional foods can we find here?
SarahThe Healthy Home Economist holds a Master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania.
Getting back to basics is the theme for this video, which focuses on choosing a healthy salt to use in your home. Salt has a bad rap these days getting the blame for conditions such as high blood pressure, hypertension, water retention, and bloating, among others. This article explains why you should not fear salt.