Tracey Caison

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Thanks for the link to this website Jami! You're information was very helpful too.
http://gnowfglins.com/2009/09/11/reverse-allergies-through-nourishing-foods/
6 years ago
I'd love to attend a Weston A. Price Conference, but am unable to afford to go at this time. I've been attending a Nourishing Traditions Boot Camp this week an hour away from my home, and hope to one day soon start a WAPF chapter in my own town. I've already watched Sarah Pope's videos and subscribe to her blog, which is enlightening. (I'm a Sarah Pope Wannabe!) I know a conference experience will be beneficial in my quest for helping others in my town know how to eat traditionally for maximum health!
6 years ago
Stephanie, bone broth is the best, but there are other remedies too. "Rosalind Wulzen, famous for her research on this anti-stiffness factor, (now called the Wulzen Factor), discovered that it protects mammals from degenerative arthritis, hardening of the arteries, cataracts, and joint and pineal gland calcification. Young calves fed pasteurized or skim milk developed joint stiffness, but Wulzen found that these symptoms are reversed by adding raw butterfat to their diets. Thus it became clear that the Wulzen Factor can be obtained only from raw butter, raw cream, and whole raw milk, and that pasteurization destroys it. Levels found can vary dramatically from extremely high (in milk from cows that eat rapidly growing grass), to low or non-existent in cows fed hay, grains, cottonseed, or soymeal feed." Read more at Suite101: Arthritis Pain - Feel Better With Butter: The Source of a Natural Painkiller You Can't Get Just Anywhere | Suite101.com http://suite101.com/article/arthritis-pain-feel-better-with-butter-a123301#ixzz233xmXXhF

Also, the spice turmeric is helpful for joint pain. You can find it in a capsule form or just buy the spice and using it generously on food (like veggies and eggs) or in water as a "tea" (my favorite). Also, in the summer it is common to eat more of the nightshades: potatoes, tomatoes, sweet and hot peppers, eggplant, tomatillos, tamarios, pepinos, pimentos, paprika, and cayenne peppers. These are known to contribute to joint problems, especially if you have existing joint problems like osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or gout. "A temporary 2-3 week elimination of nightshade foods from your meal plan may be a worthwhile step to determine if these foods could be contributing to your joint problems. (World's Healthiest Foods)"

I hope you find some relief!
6 years ago