Have you ever read a book that hit you square in the chest?
That spoke to your heart in such a way that you knew that the way you see the world had just changed FOREVER?
Well this is exactly what happened to me when I read the book, Notching Up the Nurtured Heart Approach by Howard Glasser. It was recommended to me by my little guy Maverick’s teacher who said my “spirited little boy” would benefit greatly from this approach.
Have you ever heard that all animal products are destroying the environment?
Sadly, it is a very common MISconception today. While it is true that CAFOs (confined animal feeding operations) have negative environmental impacts, what is also true, is that certain types of animal agriculture can actually IMPROVE environmental health.
YES, it’s true.
In fact, in today’s podcast associate professor of Animal Science at Michigan State University, Dr. Jason Rowntree, will tell us all about his groundbreaking paper demonstrating that AMP grazing (a type of grass fed and finished grazing system) can sequester atmospheric carbon AND improve the mineral content of our soil!
Which is a HUGE deal because our environment is in big trouble and we all need to learn what we can do to help! So tune in with an open mind and prepare to be impressed by Dr. Rowntree’s awesome research and balanced perspective.
Here’s hoping it changes the way you choose animal products forever.
Did you know that you can now PREVENT (and even reverse) brain disorders like cognitive decline, dementia and Alzheimer’s?
And that one of the main triggers of brain dysfunction seen by world renowned expert and best selling author Dr. Tom O’Bryan, is a sensitivity to WHEAT?!
I know it sounds crazy, but it’s true! Which is why you should do yourself a favor and listen to today’s life changing podcast How To Fix Your Brain, with Dr. Tom O’Bryan as soon as you can!
Do you suffer from acne that sucks the joy out of life?
I used to. I suffered from acne for about 15 years despite trying every acne product under the sun. My acne was so painful for me, that I frequently opted out of fun plans with friends and spent wayyyy too much time hiding due to a SEVERE lack of confidence.
And YES, I did discover gut health issues and food sensitivities that were contributing. Which was awesome and helped TREMENDOUSLY, but if it wasn’t until I moved to Boulder, CO and found a woman named Jessi, that I stopped breaking out altogether.