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  1. Hi Kate! I am wondering if you have any ideas about treating acid reflux with diet. My hubby would like to avoid the medical over the counter options. Thanks!

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    • Try “Braggs” apple cider vinegar, available at most good health food stores. NOT the same as “store bought” vinegar often used in salad dressing or as cleaning agents.

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  2. Hi. I’m wondering if anyone knows of where to find stats on the number of vaccinated kids that actually contract life-threatening illnesses. Obviously unbiased information would be more useful. I tried to join the Facebook page with no luck several times-could have something to do with doing it from my iPhone.

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    • I cannot answer your question, but what I do know is my experience many years ago. I refused ALL vaccination, and got a lot less disease than most of those who got the vaccination.

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  3. I would like to subscribe to your blog.
    Thank you

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  4. Hello Katie,
    I am a dutch blogger about Real Food (and WAPF chapter leader) and I’d like to inform people about it. In the first place with my blog, but I am also thinking about writing and selling ebooks about it. Since you do both, I wonder how you determine about which recipes you blog and which ones you use for your ebooks? Or in other words: what do you give for free and what information do you sell in the form of an ebook? On what grounds do you decide?
    Regards
    Iris

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    • Hi Iris,

      I usually choose recipes I enjoy but don’t have time/energy to test repeatedly to put up for free. I will occasionally choose something I think will be really popular because that helps to drive traffic to the site. For the cookbooks, I choose recipes I have tested very well and which I think are high-quality, in-demand, and “timeless.” I usually will put modified versions or variations of popular free recipes in the books as well. It’s not even as much “which” I choose, really, but the ones that are paid are tested usually multiple times by me as well as at least 3 independent testers to ensure they work and they are enjoyable. I may have made the ones I post here once myself (sometimes a lot more, but sometimes just once). I don’t test nearly as carefully on the free stuff. It’s important that whatever you choose to sell, you are 100% behind and that you produce it well (use good pictures, triple check the recipe and directions, note if it’s free of allergens, etc.). I don’t take the time to do all of that (just pictures) on free content.

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  5. My two boys have been raised on organic brown rice (Earth’s Best) cereal, rice milk, brown rice pasta, rice cakes, over cooked brown rice with berries and honey breakfast, brown rice turmeric and veggie pilaf, and the list goes on. We are on well water as well and have had the boys bathe in it every day for the last four years. If I have ever felt worried that I was a bad mother, it would be now. How does one detox a 4 year old? We know so little about the safe levels of supplements on our own bodies I wouldn’t even begin guessing how much of what he would need to be helpful but not damaging. He’s not tired and doesn’t get sick often, but he does have very dry skin, thin wiry hair, weird pitting of enamel foot fungus, and that list goes on as well. He seams okay, but its not like one can see cancer developing. AHHHH!!! I mean, seriously! I am slowly digressing into ignorance is bliss. Had I not known any better I would have fed my kids cow milk and wheat cereal, gave them a few pills to cover the symptoms of fat, sugar and hormone overdose and been on my merry little way to feeling good about what I’m doing for my kids. The more I know the more I feel trapped and this latest rice arsenic deal is just breaking me. What have I done?

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    • I am not sure about the arsenic issue, and we still eat brown rice. I know it’s been found in the rice but some people say not in a form you can absorb. Probably depends on the person though. If you are worried, try some bentonite clay and bath salts (good ones) in the bath tub, and you might consider a water filter. We all do the best we can and we can’t avoid everything! It just isn’t possible. And it’s okay. :)

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  6. Hey Kate! Just stumbled upon your blog and I would be interested to know where you get your raw milk from. My husband and I are looking to join a herdshare and are in Columbus. Thanks!

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    • I has been more than a year since you posted this, but I can tell you my experience:
      I used only raw milk, but had to stop all dairy products because of prostate cancer I have.)
      Every state has different laws. That is the biggest problem. Here in Michigan I will have to sign a contract saying basically that I own part of the cow (or goat) to obtain the milk from that farm. This prevents a state government stopping the milk available and lawsuits against the farmer because he produces.

      Some states prohibit it completely, others with little restriction beyond ordinary inspection.

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  7. Can you sub almond oil for avocado oil? And can you do without the Shea butter? (This is what I have on hand plus the magnesium citrate) another question is there is magnesium oil in the recipe for the lotion then why doesn’t it make you itch?-Thankyou so much for posting!-Sara

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    • Hi Sara, you can sub any liquid oil for the avocado oil. If you leave out the shea butter it won’t have the right consistency. The oil doesn’t make you itch because you are moisturizing your skin at the same time. :)

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  8. Hey my 2 year old has that what could i get at walmart or any where else cause the doc told me this oatmeal bath stuff it hasnt worked and hes had it for a week any other suggestions at what works the best

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  9. In 1940 there were only 300 Chemicals being used to grow crops on the farm. That counted the coloring, flavoring, preserving, packaging, thickening, etc. of the food on the store shelves. In 2000 there were added over 80,000 new chemicals to our environment, and less than 1/3 rd. have been tested to see if it may hurt people or pets. Also note that no 2 have ever been tested to see if together they may hurt you. Look at the package to see what is in it… like TBHQ = Butane Lighter Fluid that will not help the cells of my body get or stay Healthy. I teach people that we are what we Breath… what we Drink… and what we Eat. We all need to Learn what is bad… What is Good… and how to Make a good Choice
    I choose to eat live non GMO modified food & food Supplements that feed my cells.
    And drink clean Filtered water to clean my cells. And I do not use any harmful store brand cleaners, that hurt the Earth & pets, & people…!

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