Nutrition

This is one of the more fledgling aspects of the blog... I (Kirstyn) hope to extend the scope of these posts in time, since nutrition is definitely one of my primary interests. They say play to your strengths, right?  Well, my strength is reading about nutrition...constantly...and fortunately having the time to experiment with it in the kitchen. Follow along as I learn, because although I might know more than some, I'm an absolute novice to other folks I know.  It's a process.  :-)

      



  

      


      

  
Soaking Beans for Better Nutrition

For recommended books on Nutrition, please follow this link to our Amazon store. All suggested books are ones I've read and/or own, although there are many good ones out there that I haven't made it to yet. Alternately, follow this link to shop on Amazon.com, but know that any purchases you make after clicking may provide us with the same commission as our own Amazon store.


Recommended [Free] Resources/Information:

Ever heard of the documentary "Forks Over Knives"? It's based on the book The China Study. The following is a link to an incredible blogger who analyzes studies out of personal curiosity. She has a lot to say about the China Study.
http://rawfoodsos.com/the-china-study/

A very educational- if lengthy- lecture by Sally Fallon, author of Nourishing Traditions, explaining and debunking current perceptions of saturated fats, cholesterol, and heart disease. Worth the time to watch.
The Oiling of America

For a wealth of articles on just about any health topic, please visit the Weston A. Price website and peruse their backdated journals, or search their archives by topic.

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