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Wellness Beets Episode #29: Is Dairy Worth Eating? Is Raw Milk Safe? And Living in Rural Areas

http://traffic.libsyn.com/wellnessbeets/29__Is_Dairy_Worth_Eating__Is_Raw_Milk_Safe__And_Living_in_Rural_Areas.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSCome Chat with Us on Social Media. We love hearing from you! Brittany’s Facebook               Alex’s Facebook  Brittany’s YouTube              Alex’s YouTube Brittany’s Pinterest               Alex’s  Pinterest  Brittany’s Instagram               Alex’s Instagram    Dairy Tolerance We talk about all the different dairy options, which are worth eating and which ones are best to leave behind. We also discuss the extra nutrients that you can get from grass fed dairy products (butyrate, phytanic acid, trans palmitoleic acid, and conjugated linoleic acid, fat soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K) and why it makes sense to drink full-fat dairy when it comes to nutrient density. Lastly, we go through how to figure out if you can tolerate dairy and how to slowly incorporate least to most Read More

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Wellness Beets – Episode 4: Liver, Eating Out, and Dinner Parties

http://traffic.libsyn.com/wellnessbeets/04_4_Liver_Eating_Out_and_Dinner_Parties.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSCome Chat with Us on Social Media! Brittany’s Facebook               Alex’s Facebook  Brittany’s YouTube              Alex’s YouTube Brittany’s Pinterest               Alex’s  Pinterest  Brittany’s Instagram               Alex’s Instagram    Preparing Liver: Liver is loaded with the fat-soluble Vitamins A, D, E, K (D and K2 more prevalent in grass fed sources) and a whole bunch of the B vitamins. It’s also really rich in iron and many micronutrients (magnesium, phosphorus, zinc) Great for skin health, gut health, and long-lasting energy levels. The liver processes toxins…but the liver DOES NOT store toxins (toxins are either excreted or stored in the fat of animals). Chicken and lamb are more mild.  The work simply sauteed in lard/bacon fat/ghee, with onions, garlic, and mushrooms.   Beef liver needs to Read More

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Wellness Beets – Episode 3: Body Alignment, Natural Movement, Changing Food Preferences, and Going Nutty Over Nuts

http://traffic.libsyn.com/wellnessbeets/03_3_Body_Alignment_Natural_Movement_Changing_Food.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSCome Chat with Us on Social Media! Brittany’s Facebook               Alex’s Facebook  Brittany’s YouTube              Alex’s YouTube Brittany’s Pinterest               Alex’s  Pinterest  Brittany’s Instagram               Alex’s Instagram    Alignment and Natural Movement: Hear about how we set up our home offices: Brittany does more standing, Alex changes up ways to sit on the floor. Movement throughout the day: incorporating movement into breaks, our take on treadmill desks, functional movements and varied positions, setting timers, and the importance of being outside. Grounding mats: read more about them on wellnessmama.com Get your free Daily Movement Reminder Cheat Sheet! You can post it up in your work station or at home in order to remind you to incorporate more of these techniques in your life.   Changing Read More

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Wellness Beets – Episode 2: What We Eat, Adrenal Fatigue, and Preserving Veggies

http://traffic.libsyn.com/wellnessbeets/02_2_What_We_Eat_Adrenal_Fatigue_and_Preserving_Ve.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSCome Chat with Us on Social Media! Brittany’s Facebook               Alex’s Facebook  Brittany’s YouTube              Alex’s YouTube Brittany’s Pinterest               Alex’s  Pinterest  Brittany’s Instagram               Alex’s Instagram  Our Current Diets: Always put whole foods first, as close to the farm as possible. Consider the processing of your food and your digestive capabilities.  We focus on organic produce and sustainably raised, appropriately fed meats and seafood. You can start out as simply as going to your local grocery store or Whole Foods to look for grass fed meats in the beginning but it’s fairly easy to find a local Food Coop or Farmers Market to make a connection with local farmers. ►Park Slope Food Coop – foodcoop.com ►eatwild.com – for help finding a Community Supported Read More