This week we welcome Liz Wolfe NTP where she is talking about her new book Eat the Yolks. In the book she teaches us why we should not be afraid of healthy fats or cholesterol and why real food is so nourishing.
Welcome to the Health Nuts Podcast with certified holistic nutrition consultants Mary Vance & Caitlin Weeks. Our goal is to dispel mainstream nutrition myths and bring you the best in holistic health & real food education.
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Caitlin and Liz met at the 2012 Weston A Price Conference in Santa Clara. Liz attended NTA – Nutritional Therapy Association which follows Weston A. Price principals and received her NTP. Liz is a military wife, and most recently a homesteader. Author of two books: The Skintervention Guide and Eat the Yolks. Liz has a way of making boring nutrition information humorous. Formerly Cave Girl Eats, you can find her at Real Food Liz.
Questions for Liz:
What inspired you to write Eat the Yolks?
How did we start being afraid of egg yolks fat, cholesterol ect?
Why is cholesterol and fat not the problem when it comes to long term health?
Let’s talk about the huge myth that meat causes cancer. Why do these studies keep cropping up and scaring people?
Have you had any complaints from people who don’t get your sense of humor?
Why is your book a hit with older folks?
Tell us about your new name of your blog and why?
Tell us about homesteading and why that appeals to you. Any advice on how to get started homesteading. Who would not be a good candidate?
You wrote about skin too. Any quick tips? Get Liz’s Skin guide here
At the end of your book, you have a “nutrition in 100 words piece.” Can you paraphrase?
Get excited about our upcoming guest!!
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George Bryant of Civilized Caveman
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