Nourishing Traditions is a book about the way we used to prepare and eat food at a time when people were a lot healthier than they are today–before so many degenerative diseases showed up. I was born in 1942 (in 2013 I’m 71 years old) and in all my growing up I only knew 1 girl in high school who had asthma; my grandparents and great grandparents didn’t hobble around with arthritis (in fact, I didn’t know anyone who did), and kidney failure was unheard of as was the need for dialysis. So what happened to us? Read this book and you will find out. This book was inspired by Weston Price’s “Nutrition & Physical Degeneration” and the two books together can help you back to your vibrant health. This book is by Sally Fallon.
Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and Diet Dictocrats