Emu Oil: Sacred Healing Food Revealed

The Australian Aborigines are one of the most ancient and still living primitive societies on the planet. For eons they have utilized traditional health practices and retained their robust health. The Aborigines prized emu fat as one of their “sacred foods” for health and healing and have long incorporated it into their mythical “dreamtime” spirituality. … Continue reading Emu Oil: Sacred Healing Food Revealed

The Truth about Fermented Foods

Traditional cultures around the world have utilized fermentation in their diets for all of recorded history. Before modern times it was one of the best ways to preserve food, including meat and fish, without refrigeration. But fermentation has it’s own health building benefits which many traditional societies sought with production of such well known fermented … Continue reading The Truth about Fermented Foods

DIY All Natural Bentonite Clay Homemade Toothpaste Recipe

Finding a healthy toothpaste can be such a challenge! I have spent hours browsing the dental aisle shelves at big box stores and health food markets alike, trying to find a suitable toothpaste for my family. I wanted a fluoride free toothpaste, one without artificial ingredients, plastic microbeads, or chemical compounds. There were none to be found! … Continue reading DIY All Natural Bentonite Clay Homemade Toothpaste Recipe

Cure Tooth Decay

By Ali Wetherbee If you are looking for a natural or holistic alternative to Western dentistry, Ramiel Nagel’s book Cure Tooth Decay is a valuable resource. Drilling, filling, and root canals are not the only methods of treating cavities! This book teaches you how to remineralize teeth, slowing down and even reversing cavities. Author Ramiel Nagel … Continue reading Cure Tooth Decay

Going Back to Our Roots for Better Health

By Ali Wetherbee What is the Weston A. Price Diet? Dr. Weston A. Price was a dentist from Cleveland who traveled the world studying non-Westernized populations in an effort to discover the secrets to dental health. These isolated populations relied heavily on nutrient-dense foods full of vitamins and minerals, some type of animal protein, a … Continue reading Going Back to Our Roots for Better Health