Listen in to find out a little about “What Healthy People around the World eat and how they prepare basic foods like grains, dairy and more…”
I’ll tell you a little about traditional food preparations and why you need to re-learn this for today – for the health of generations of your family. We CAN reverse degenerative types of diseases and diet can play a big part. Learn the basics to teach your family – for healthy generations to come.
Learn the “Nourishing Traditions” that kept – and can still keep – generations of peoples healthy – truly. No fads or “new” material – only researched and documented preparations of foods – most that we have forgotten or have never been taught – they have been lost though the last few generations of “convenience” foods. These preparations of real foods work with our physical bodies and provide them with nutrient dense foods.
This book is available for browsing and purchase here, in the Adirondack Nourished Market and 100 Mile Store, onsite at The Lake Clear Lodge, 6319 State Rt 30, Lake Clear, NY 12045
“This well-researched, thought-provoking guide to traditional foods contains a startling message: Animal fats and cholesterol are not villains but vital factors in the diet, necessary for normal growth, proper function of the brain and nervous system, protection from disease and optimum energy levels. Sally Fallon dispels the myths of the current low-fat fad in this practical, entertaining guide to a can-do diet that is both nutritious and delicious.
Nourishing Traditions will tell you:
Why your body needs old fashioned animal fats
Why butter is a health food
How high-cholesterol diets promote good health
How saturated fats protect the heart
How rich sauces help you digest and assimilate your food
Why grains and legumes need special preparation to provide optimum benefits
About enzyme-enhanced food and beverages that can provide increased energy and vitality
Why high-fiber, lowfat diets can cause vitamin and mineral deficiencies
Topics include the health benefits of traditional fats and oils (including butter and coconut oil); dangers of vegetarianism; problems with modern soy foods; health benefits of sauces and gravies; proper preparation of whole grain products; pros and cons of milk consumption; easy-to-prepare enzyme enriched condiments and beverages; and appropriate diets for babies and children.”
Sustainability in agriculture is crucial for the future not just because it is a set of best food management practices that minimize the negative ecological and social impacts of industrial agriculture. It is about creating a fundamental different paradigm for agriculture.
It relies on nature’s principles of holism, diversity, and interdependence to achieve productivity rather than the industrial strategies of specialization, standardization, and consolidation of control.
It arises from a fundamentally different worldview: Farms and communities are treated as living organisms rather than inanimate mechanism.
Benefits must be shared fairly and equitably among consumers, retailers, processors, farmers, and anyone else involved in the collaboration.
Food systems, organic or otherwise, that lack cooperative social and ethical characteristics will not be sustainable in the future as much study has confirmed.
The economic incentive to ignore social and ethical values practiced by industrialized agriculture cannot help but extract and exploit in order to achieve greater economic efficiency. Thus, the sustainability of profits for farmers in cooperative chains like regional buying clubs depends on maintaining the social and ethical integrity of relationships among those at all levels in the food value chain, from producer to consumer.
Our Local Buyers Club , Wholeshare Online Foods meets this criteria.
Taken from the healing food diet for tuberculosis patients in the early 1900’s, cure cottage cuisine is an expansion of this and the beneficial foods and the PREPARATIONs used when preparing non-processed foods for health and healing. These foods and preparations should replace our current SAD (standard American diet) eating habits.