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Anxiety, Allergies, & Food Sensitivities

This post was originally published on this siteGrowing up, Jo Whitton suffered with poor health. She had food intolerances, histamine reactions, frequent colds, and more. As she grew older, her problems increased, and she noticed that her children struggled with… Continue Reading →

Top 5 Health Hacks

This post was originally published on this siteHilda Labrada Gore, known as Holistic Hilda, is normally the host and producer of this show. Today, in honor of hitting the two million download mark, we turn the tables and invite her… Continue Reading →

Harmonious Living

This post was originally published on this siteSadly, modern living is often grossly out of balance with nature, resulting in poor health, poor soil health, biodiversity loss, and trauma to indigenous communities.We are decidedly not living harmoniously with the world. We’ve cleared 2/3… Continue Reading →

The Buzz on Bees & Honey

This post was originally published on this siteBeekeeper and teacher Leo Sharashkin sheds light on all things “bee” in this conversation.  Leo holds a degree in Forestry from the University of Missouri and teaches natural beekeeping at his apiary and around… Continue Reading →

School lunch makeover

This post was originally published on this siteIt’s time to disrupt the trend of chronic illness in the next generation of kids. Hilary Boynton has a bright idea for achieving this goal. Hilary is the head of nutrition services at… Continue Reading →

Hold Hands With the Earth

This post was originally published on this siteJohn Arbuckle of Singing Prairie Farms is a 9th generation livestock farmer. Today, he helps us take a deep dive into the heart of regenerative farming practices. He explains how we need to… Continue Reading →

Feet First

This post was originally published on this sitePlantar fasciitis, back, knee, and leg pain all seem to be nothing out of the ordinary these days. And yet, up until roughly 50 years ago, we walked with little complaint. That’s when… Continue Reading →

Thyroid help

This post was originally published on this siteKnown as a “master gland,” the thyroid works with other endocrine system glands and hormones to govern our body’s growth, metabolism, and reproduction.  Thyroid diseases like hashimoto’s or hypothyroidism are increasingly common, and… Continue Reading →

RFK Jr. speaks out

This post was originally published on this siteRobert F. Kennedy Jr. is a well-known environmental attorney and human rights activist. On a mission to stem the tide of threats to the health of our planet and our own, for decades,… Continue Reading →

Cancer: what next?

This post was originally published on this siteReceiving a cancer diagnosis can feel like a personal crisis and a medical emergency. Treatment is necessary, but a knee-jerk reaction can lead to poor outcomes. Today, Dr. Nasha Winters offers some concrete… Continue Reading →

Cancer: How Did We Get Here?

This post was originally published on this site Cancer is increasingly identified in young people under the age of 35. One in 2 men in the U.S. will be diagnosed with cancer. One in 2.4 women will also be diagnosed…. Continue Reading →

Bucking the system

This post was originally published on this siteCannabis is a cure-all. We need fluoride in the water to prevent tooth decay. Aluminum in vaccines does not damage our health. Today, Sally Fallon Morell, the head of the Weston A. Price… Continue Reading →

Secrets from the Biggest Little Farm

This post was originally published on this siteJohn Chester, of Apricot Lane Farms, explains on today’s show how a small farm can make a BIG difference. And he challenges those of us who are not farmers to look for ways… Continue Reading →

Primal Posture

This post was originally published on this siteFrom the time we are born, we are conditioned to sit, sleep, walk and stand in a certain way. We are directed to “sit up straight” and to stick our “chest out” when… Continue Reading →

Home Birth: a Safe & Beautiful Option

This post was originally published on this siteIs a homebirth a viable option for mothers-to-be? Is it safe? What happens if complications arise? Katelyn Fusco answers these questions and more on today’s show. Katelyn is the host and creator of… Continue Reading →

The Problem With Fluoride

This post was originally published on this siteFor decades we’ve been told that fluoridation of water helps prevent cavities, but science doesn’t support that claim. As a matter of fact, fluoride is a waste product that is so toxic it… Continue Reading →

Mimicking Ancestral Living

This post was originally published on this siteSometimes we over-complicate healthy living. Today, author, coach, and nutrition & fitness expert Ben Greenfield, brings insights on how to improve our health based on ancient wisdom. While Ben is known as a… Continue Reading →

What is homeopathy?

This post was originally published on this siteAnanda More was skeptical about homeopathy until she fell ill during a trip to India. She took the two little “sugar pills” figuring she had nothing to lose. Now, Ananda is a homeopath… Continue Reading →

Is Sunscreen Okay to Use?

This post was originally published on this siteFor decades, we’ve been told to protect ourselves with sunscreen from the sun’s harmful rays or risk getting skin cancer. However, melanoma has increased, in tandem with the use of sunscreen. What’s going… Continue Reading →

Sports Survival Guide

This post was originally published on this siteWhy are sports injuries so common? How can we not only avoid injury, but maximize performance? Dr. Tommy John owns and runs the Dr. Tommy John Performance and Healing Center in San Diego and… Continue Reading →

Food Lies Exposed

This post was originally published on this siteChances are, your great-great-grandmother didn’t obsess over what she ate. She didn’t count calories, measure out carbs, or worry about the fat content of what was on her dinner plate. And chances are,… Continue Reading →

Joel Salatin Tells All

This post was originally published on this siteIn this episode, come along with us to Joel’s beautiful Polyface farm in Virginia and hear him talk in his natural environment about his life’s journey, the ups and downs and lessons he’s… Continue Reading →

The Oiling of America

This post was originally published on this siteUnfortunately, traditional fats have been replaced in many kitchens by “heart healthy” processed oils and spreads. Today, Sally Fallon Morell, the President of the Weston A. Price Foundation, explains how detrimental this is… Continue Reading →

Improve Eyesight Naturally

This post was originally published on this site Carlos Moreno wore glasses and contacts for over 22 years; today, he is free of both. Carlos corrected his own imperfect vision which included nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (presbyopia/hypermetropia) and astigmatism through the Bates… Continue Reading →

Eating Light

This post was originally published on this siteHuman beings have been called “light-eaters.” Basically, food is light “slowed down,” so that we can ingest it and get energy from it. In today’s episode, Dewey Layman explores how the light in… Continue Reading →

Toxins that Assail Us

This post was originally published on this siteWhat can we do to mitigate the toxins that seem to be just about everywhere? Today, Sally Fallon Morell, the president of the Weston A. Price Foundation, reveals what’s assailing us and what… Continue Reading →

Big Fat Lie

This post was originally published on this siteDietary fat is our friend, not our foe. Although this may seem like a radical statement, it is true. Today, Jennifer Isenhart, journalist and documentarian, reveals the weak science behind the dietary fat… Continue Reading →

The Soilution

It’s one of the most important parts of the earth’s ecosystem. We get our food from it, walk on it, and even breathe it in, but many of us hardly give it a second thought! It’s the soil. The quality… Continue Reading →

5G Near Me

There is a push to roll out small cell towers in our neighborhoods and cities. The radiation from these small wireless antennas is not small at all. The installations–placed on streetlights, lampposts, trash cans, & mailboxes in our neighborhoods–emit microwave… Continue Reading →

Gut Issues

This post was originally published on this siteGut issues are unfortunately far too common in this day and age—people are struggling with everything from constipation, diarrhea, acid reflux, and upset stomach, to more complex conditions like celiac disease, colitis, diverticulitis,… Continue Reading →

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