RFWH29: Making Herbal Coffee and Healthifying the Cozy Coffee Ritual, Loving Your Liver and Supporting Your Adrenals, The Journey Through Thyroid Disease and Jamming on Real Food with Guest, Jessica Espinoza

Episode 29

In this episode, we’re talking about making herbal coffees that taste fantastic and support your liver and adrenal glands and getting the scoop from our guest, Jessica Espinoza on her health journey, what it takes to bring a product to market (or not) and we jam on tons of real food and healthy goodness.


From this episode:
Website: Jessica’s website, Delicious Obsessions
Book: The Vegetarian Myth by Lierre Keith
Book: Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms When My Lab Tests Are Normal?
Book: Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon
Article: What Is A GMO
Resource: Where to Find Real (Raw) Milk
Article: The Connections Element
Resource: Our Facebook page– building an online community, over 200,000 strong
Book: All of Jessica’s books can be found here
Book: Herbal Coffee Book  by Jessica Espinoza
Article: The Gluten-Thyroid Connection by Chris Kresser
Book: The Paleo Approach: Reverse Autoimmune Disease and Heal Your Body
Book: Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook
Article: The Non-Toxic Lifestyle Element
Article: Gluten Sensitivity and Coffee Connection
Article: Coffee Enemas
Article: MTHFR information- click here
Store: Order herbs for herbal coffee from Mountain Rose Herbs

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