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The healthy home economist hangs with Weston A. Price

Posted by on June 14, 2011

[bubblecast id=301866 thumbnail=475x375 player=475x375]Perhaps these videos, produced by the Weston A. Price Foundation and narrated by our own Healthy Home Economist, Sarah Pope, have been out for a bit, but their intrinsic value and outright amazingness just sunk in to my silly head. In light of finding them on Sarah’s sight, www.thehealthyhomeeconomist.com and You Tube, I just had to share them, in case you hadn’t seen them.

It’s one thing for me to preach to the choir each day about ww bounty of REAL foods, but it comes off with such substance and bravado when coming from Sarah and The Weston A. Price Foundation; it seems to carry a bit more weight, shall we say. When I openly answer questions from friends and family members about ‘what I feed my family’, there’s always that glint of “is she for real” coming from their media saturated minds.

I can see that when I tell them how important it is to pour that 2% crap they’re calling milk down the drain; or that butter, duck fat and, heavens, bacon fat are their friends; or that breakfast cereal should not be used to break a night time fast, they question more than just my facts. This series of videos, that Sarah has narrated, comes with it a validity that is away from me. In other words, it seems more real because someone else is saying it.

So be it, and whatever, as long as the message is getting across. So to all my friends and family who get these posts: Here’s Sarah! And to anyone just tuning in, this video is such a terrific introduction to what REAL food is and where it comes from, and Sarah, with her lovely non-new yawk accent (unlike mine), delivers the message so elegantly that it is a must see for all who are searching for the truth about food. This video should be played in every school, hospital and to every health facility in the land. A viewing on Nourishing Nancy is a start.

Pass it on, folks. And, thanks, Sarah!

The Healthy Home Economist

The Weston A. Price Foundation

This post is part of Traditional Tuesdays at Real Food Whole Health!

5 Responses to The healthy home economist hangs with Weston A. Price

  1. Erica

    I think we should always obey our cravings for sweet, salty, and fatty foods. After all, those vivid cravings were given to us by our creator for a reason!

    • nourishingnancy

      Cravings are great indicators of what our body needs more of. Sometimes, though, it is crying for sweet and that is an indication of needing to balance the sweet with some fats. Salt is fine, as long as it is from natural sources, like Celtic Sea Salt. Great video, though, right? Send it to everyone you know!

      • Erica

        Yes, definitely great video! Obeying sweet cravings are really meant for people who are in relatively good health. A person who is coming off of the SAD diet is probably going to crave a lot of sweet foods, which would bring more harm than good.

  2. Sarah, TheHealthyHomeEconomist

    Thanks for helping to get the word out about these videos Nancy! :)

    • nourishingnancy

      Oh, you’re entirely welcome, Sarah! Glad to be of service to helping get the word out about great real food. I think they’re great….really. The information is paramount and you speak so beautifully! Where did you film that, if you don’t mind me asking? Looks beautiful.

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