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'Healthy Families' Articles

Swine Flu: No one’s talking about building natural immunity

By The Nourisher May 5th, 2009

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This is part of an email sent to Weston A Price Foundation Members: You are all aware of the dire warnings about swine flu, the outbreak that started in the Mexican village of La Gloria and which local residents blame on infection and/or toxins coming from local confinement hog operations. The ... MORE...

Deceptive “Protein” Toxin is Becoming More Widespread in Your Food

By Joseph Mercola December 4th, 2008

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First baby milk formula, then dairy-based products from yogurt to chocolate, and now chicken eggs have been contaminated with melamine. An admission that the industrial chemical is regularly added to animal feed in China has fueled fears that the problem could be more widespread, affecting fish, meat and possibly many other ... MORE...

Scorpions and Starfish: Chinese delicacies from Beijing - Great Pics

By The Nourisher September 8th, 2008

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Visitors to the Beijing Olympics are enjoying some gastronomical delights that many a Nourisher would love to get a hold of. These traditional foods are packed with nutrient dense ingredients. These starfish are ... MORE...

June Editorial :: A Nourished Pregnancy

By The Nourisher June 1st, 2008

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Nourishing New Service :: Real Milk Herdshares While our dear readers have been exclaiming at the lack of Real Milk available, we've been humming away at our computers creating a possible solution to our milky woes. Herdshare.com. That's right. Get over there and register your interest ... MORE...

Traditional Foods Stall Miami Organic Market, Gold Coast Hwy, 1st June

By The Nourisher May 15th, 2008

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Find out about traditional foods, why they are important and how to make them. Brochures and books will be available along with examples of traditional foods. This stall will only be here the one time so be sure to stop by and please tell your friends and family ... MORE...

Feminine Mystique

By Joanne Hay March 31st, 2008

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How many of you, dear Nourishers enjoyed last month's article about Feminine energy. Filippa and I would like to encourage this discussion more. So we're offering a prize this month to any bloggers and readers who wish to comment. Answer this question: "How has the Goddess filled your life and how ... MORE...

Weston A Price get together in Canberra

By Joanne Hay March 13th, 2008

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Saturday April 5, 2pm. A simple gathering is planned at Mountain Creek Farm to share information about techniques, suppliers and sources of foods et cetera, which meet the recommendations of the WAP foundation. We hope that this meeting will lead to the creation of a supportive and nourishing Canberra group ... MORE...

Friendship Starts with Sorry

By The Nourisher February 11th, 2008

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My friend works in the local Aboriginal art/tourist shop in town. She thinks she may have Aboriginal heritage but is not sure. There is so much shame in her family over her grandmother's illegitimacy and potential Aboriginal genes, she can't find out the truth. My friend sees that shame time ... MORE...

Victoria and NSW lifting the GM moratorium: Act now

By Joanne Hay December 4th, 2007

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This email from Helen Wallace of OTAC (Organic Traders And Consumers network). If you want to know why we should not be supporting the lifting of the GM moratorium, just read Jeffrey Smith’s “Genetic Roulette€. It clearly lists the health risks of eating genetically modified Food. Or see ... MORE...

Ten Steps to Love

By Ed Love September 24th, 2007

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Ed Love, Author of The Love Diet, shares these thought provoking awareness exercises. Thanks Ed, we could all do with more of these tips. Re-membering who we really are, which is love. 1. Do what you love to do Such a simple idea, but how often do we practice it? So often ... MORE...

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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