In Blessing the Hands that Feed Us, bestselling author Vicki Robin presents an inspiring memoir and a guide to the challenges and opportunities of eating and buying food locally (within a 10-mile radius of your home). We explore the experiences that shaped her book, the rights and health issues that underscore the locavore movement, and the vital role of local food systems in health, community, economy, and sovereignty.
What Should We Eat?
Voting yes on CA Prop 37 would make the labeling of all GMO products mandatory, setting a precedent for the entire country. Seeds of Deception author Jeffrey Smith explains why Prop 37 will be one of the most important votes of your lifetime.
Soy – one of the most heavily subsidized crops in the United States – is so widely promoted as a miracle food, a healthy alternative to meat, and a solution to world hunger that it rarely occurs to us these claims might be untrue. Dr. Kaayla Daniel, The Naughty Nutritionist™, guides us through the various health claims, studies, hype, and misinformation surrounding this staple crop as presented in her book The Whole Soy Story.
Join me with Dr. Jack Kruse, whose findings on cold thermogenesis, circadian biology, and ancestral living represent the most amazing synthesis of knowledge I’ve ever seen.
High cholesterol bad, low cholesterol good: it’s been drilled into our heads for decades, yet heart disease, diabetes, and obesity continue to hurtle towards epidemic status. Dr. Uffe Ravnskov parts the curtains of the cholesterol myth to regard this crucial building block of life with fresh eyes.