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Episode 4: Stretching Your Food Budget
May 17, 2011 09:06 AM PDT
In our show this month Jerica and I will share tips on how we stretch our food budget. The cost of buying grass-fed meats and organic produce can be intimidating but there are ways to make it work for any budget.
As always, we want to hear from you. Send your questions or comments about the show to email@example.comEpisode 3: Weston A. Price
May 17, 2011 08:29 AM PDT
This week's show covers some of my favorite topics including anthropology, exotic destinations, Real Food, and of course health and nutrition as we explore the works of Weston A. Price.
References from the show:
Find your local WAPF chapter leader
Diet Soda Tied To Higher Risk for Heart Attack and Stroke
Are Hot Dogs Healthier Than Chicken?
Arsenic In Baby Food
Other nutrition/anthropology researchers:
Albert Schweitzer- West Africa
Sammuel Hutton - Eskimos
Stanislas Tanchou - France
Ales Hrdlicka - Native Americans
W. Roger Williams - studied populations on several continents
George Cambell - South Africa
As always, we want to hear from you! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what topics you want us to cover in upcoming shows or leave feedback about this show. Questions are welcome as wellEpisode 2: Feeding Your Baby
May 17, 2011 08:20 AM PDT
In this week's show Jerica and I will be comparing conventional advice on what to feed your baby with science and traditional foods. We'll discuss what we feed our little ones and why. And we will dive into the unnecessarily intimidating topic of making your own baby food.
References from the show:
Make your own baby formula
As always we want to hear from you! Please email us any questions you have or comments on the show. And you just might hear your question on an upcoming podcast!
-Christina Peteet, Registered DietitanEpisode 1: Debunking Raw Milk
May 16, 2011 05:35 PM PDT
In this week's show we will be debunking the myths surrounding raw milk and discussing the latest in food politics. I am joined by my co-host and fellow food activist Jerica Cadman, owner of truefields.com and shadygroveranch.net and Cari Johnson, a busy home schooling mother of six. We each bring something different to the discussion table, the dietitian, farmer, and consumer, to give you a well rounded view of the topic. I hope you learn something from our show. I know I did.
Please pardon our progress. We had technical difficulties with our mics the morning of the recording and as a result our sound suffered. This problem should be obsolete by the next show.
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Parental guidance is suggested due to the nature of the topic.
Christina peteet, registered dietitian & jerica cadman's Friends
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