RFWH07: Food, Farm and Healing, Bone Broths, Health Advocate, Raising Animals Naturally with Guest, Elaine Boland

Episode 07

In this episode, learn about natural and organic farming, advocating for a child with illness and healing with whole foods including bone broths with guest Elaine Boland of Fields of Athenry Farm.


From this episode:
Website: Elaine’s website, Fields Of Athenry Farm
Blog: Elaine’s blog, Farming for Bernie
Book: Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon
Book: The Nourishing Traditions Book of Baby & Child Care by Sally Fallon and Tom Cowan
Book: GAPS: Gut and Psychology Syndrome by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride
Book: Beautiful Babies by Kristen Michaelis
Product: Bone broths from Fields of Athenry Farm
Product: The Instant Pot– a (safe!) electric pressure cooker- my can’t-live-without-it kitchen appliance!
Website: Find local farms Eat Wild and Local Harvest and Real Milk for raw milk

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