Tag Archive for 'fat-soluble vitamins'

(This post contains Amazon affiliate links. If you buy through me you help fund my blogging efforts but you don’t pay any more than if you went straight to Amazon. I thank you for your support.) It’s been a cold one, huh? As you guys know, I live in Atlanta and this week, schools closed […]

Have you seen the latest information about Alzheimer’s disease and Vitamin E? A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association indicates that high levels of Vitamin E may cause a less rapid decline in functional capabilities in people with early Alzheimer’s. The researchers were conservative in their conclusion: Among patients with mild to […]

  As promised many moons ago, here is the summary of the talk by Kate Rheaume-Bleue, N.D. from the Weston A. Price Wise Traditions Conference, held in Atlanta in November. (And, if you don’t remember, rather than type her longish name out a million times, I’m calling her R-B.) Let me start by saying that […]

You’ve all read my post about fat soluble vitamins, right? No? Well, let’s just take a second to let those of you who haven’t read it yet catch up.  It offers vital context for today’s post. Today I am going to walk you through two very complementary presentations from the Weston A. Price conference held […]

I want to walk you guys through two fantastic lectures I heard at the Weston A. Price annual conference this weekend in Atlanta.  Despite the acrimony from the WAPF towards the Paleo/Primal community that I detailed here, I attended some events Friday and Saturday and walked away with a renewed energy on the topic of […]

Yesterday, I shared information from one of the most discussed presentations at AHS 2013.  Today I am going to offer up some quotable quotes from the various sessions I attended. Let me know if any of them really piques your interest and I can delve into it more. (If I put quotation marks around it, […]

Explore More : March 15th

Beware the Ides of March! (March 15th is to us humanities geeks what March 14th is to the math and science wonks.) (I took a whole lotta Latin in high school.) Now, for the reason we’re all here … My friend, S, who is an uh-may-zing cook and quite a foodie has just embarked on […]

On Tuesday, I shared the behavioral lessons I learned in fifteen days of logging my food intake.  Yesterday, I shared some of the nutritional lessons.  Today, I am going to dig deeper into vitamins which is the area where I got the biggest surprises. I Met 100% of the DRI for All Vitamins, With Two […]