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Weight Gain :: Raw Milk

By The Nourisher January 5th, 2009

28 Comments

Question: I'm applying everything I can from Eat Fat Lose Fat and Nourishing Traditions into my daily menus, and ABSOLUTELY loving it. Only problem is, after 2 monthsI have gained weight and am not losing at all. I feel great and my skin, hair and nails are the best they have ever been. I am 55 and exercise about 3 hours weekly, am newly post-menopausal, 5 ft tall and now weigh 136, a weight I have never been, not even through both pregnancies.Should I lower my calories below 2000 daily? Help! - Lois MORE...

Emphysema :: Chronic Fatigue :: Bee Pollen :: Fish Oil

By The Nourisher December 1st, 2008

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Question: Can this milk therapy help emphysema? - Pjara Answer: It is definitely worth a try.  Be sure to do the whole therapy, with bedrest, hot baths and the enemas for detox.  - Sally Question: Is bee pollen really all that beneficial, I am only asking because I am confused and have come across articles that say there is nothing to the health claims that science can prove. MORE...

Olives :: Pregnancy & raw milk :: Chocolate

By Sally Fallon November 1st, 2008

16 Comments

Question: My 17 month old grandson loves olives. Are there any guidelines for buying them to insure they are not improperly processed? - Anne MORE...

Ask Sally Fallon :: Tooth Decay :: Gelatin in Infant Formula :: Sugar and Salt :: Pregnancy

By Sally Fallon October 1st, 2008

14 Comments

Question: I have 3 children who have all had oral rehabilitation surgery. Two of them before age 2. MORE...

Sea Salt :: Bee Pollen :: Liver & Gelatin in infant formula

By Sally Fallon September 1st, 2008

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Question: I use unrefined sea salt from Brittany but I am concerned it may be polluted with heavy metals. I do not like using Himalayan salt because of its high iron content. - Jasmina Answer: We recommend the Celtic Sea Salt brand. It comes from very pure waters. - Sally MORE...

Miso

By The Nourisher September 1st, 2008

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Sandor or http://www.lesliebeck.com/ingredient_index.php?featured_food=60

Allergies :: Fructose :: Chia Seeds :: Kombucha

By Sally Fallon August 1st, 2008

25 Comments

Question: When I was pregnant I discovered that I had Candida. I had been eating lot of very sugary foods during pregnancy after years of dieting and lots of exercise. It was my binge time. MORE...

Milk :: Cholesterol :: Mercury in Seafood :: Constipation

By Sally Fallon July 1st, 2008

14 Comments

Question: I have two kids and they both love milk. For a while they drank only raw milk and went through litres upon litres every week. I was buying 8 litres, as I also use it in my cooking for porridge. How much milk should kids drink and is 8 litres too much per week? MORE...

menses/diet :: olive oil/weight gain :: sourdough starter :: dessicated liver/arsenic

By Sally Fallon June 1st, 2008

23 Comments

Question: I am a 16 year old girl who is in the process of converting to a traditional diet. I have been wondering how this might affect me since I am in a peculiar situation. When I was about 12, I got my first period and had it for about a year. It came regularly every month, which is a bit surprising since in the beginning it usually takes time to become regular. well, one month it didn't come, but I wasn't concerned. It never came back MORE...

Distended abdomen :: bone broth :: calcium deposits :: hemp

By Sally Fallon May 1st, 2008

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Question: I have been reading fervently and cooking with your book Nourishing Traditions. Recently I have gone off birth control pills and have started taking DIM (Di-Indole Methane). My abdomen is so distended I look like I am carrying a bowling ball! MORE...

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nour·ish (nûrsh, nr-)
  1. To provide with food or other substances necessary for life and growth; feed.
  2. To foster the development of; promote: “Athens was an imperial city, nourished by the tribute of subjects” (V. Gordon Childe).
  3. To keep alive; maintain: nourish a hope.

Originating from Latin Nutrire which means to feed or suckle

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