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'Natural Health' 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...

Vonderplanitz and Campbell Douglass’s testimony on Raw Milk

By The Nourisher September 10th, 2008

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Thanks to Scott Wheeler of FlexRx Clinical Fitness for this information. This report was written, compiled and condensed by the International Medical Expert on MILK, natural and pasteurized, Dr. William Campbell Douglass, M.D., author of the definitive analysis of scientific and clinical study on milk, The Milk Book; and the ... MORE...

Milk, Milk Glorious Milk: The Real Raw Milk Cure Week 3

By Joanne Hay October 22nd, 2007

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Wow, this little experiment has attracted quite a bit of attention. I suppose it is a little unorthodox in today's terms. Who would think to do a fast on only milk. Especially the quality of milk most households can access. Carolyn has prompted me to continue so here's the next installment. Week ... MORE...

Milk Milk Glorious Milk - The Real Raw Milk Cure Week 2

By Joanne Hay October 7th, 2007

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Have you been wondering how we're going since last week? The best news is, we don't stink any more. yay yay! And the sex is back. Thank The Goddess. Moving right along, there were some days I didn't think we'd make and and some days, we didn't really. Wednesday night we'd ... MORE...

Milk Milk Glorious Milk - The Real Raw Milk Cure Week 1

By Joanne Hay October 1st, 2007

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Week one is over. My Goddess, what an experience. I'll fill you in on what we ate, how we felt and how we smelled. Thursday to Sunday. We began drinking a smoothie for breakfast made with Kefirred raw milk - we used our new kefir grains from Dom who has ... MORE...

Milk Milk Glorious Milk - The Real Raw Milk Cure

By Joanne Hay September 18th, 2007

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Wes and I have decided to do a Real Raw Milk Cure or milk cleanse for the first part of Spring. A recent edition of Nourished Magazine included an article about the Real Raw Milk Cure. Since then, I've been keen to give it a try. Spring is the ... MORE...

My Egg is Coming

By Joanne Hay September 17th, 2007

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Have you heard of Flow Forms? My new mate Phil Sedgman sells them to organic and biodynamic farmers or home gardeners. His site tells me they are beautiful and varied water features that bring a sense of calm to the observer, while enriching and ... MORE...

Leaky Gut and Native Nutrition

By Joanne Hay September 3rd, 2007

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Lena emailed me asking... "I just joined the WestonAPrice organisation and need help. My husband took the Triad Profile test from Metametrix and has been found to have leaky gut and has moderate to high sensitivity to casein, milk, eggs and almonds. He loves his cakes, and pancakes. I would like help to know ... MORE...

Healing Tooth Decay

By Joanne Hay August 14th, 2007

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I had an email from a reader I want to share. Michelle read that I healed Brynn's dental decay, caused by my ignorantly giving her soy milk and rice milk as a toddler. She wanted to know how I did it. Here's our interaction... Thanks for your ... MORE...

What to do for the Flu

By Joanne Hay August 12th, 2007

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Another email inquiry you may have some wisdom to share... Zuhal wrote: Hi Joanne, I recently came across your site when I was searching for raw milk. I am only just starting to make changes in my diet and my children's diet to include good clean food. MY daughter has contracted the flue, ... 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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