Dr. Arden Andersen: Health on the Farm
Infertility from the soil to the crop to the family parallels each other — what you see in the soil and the crop you will see at the dinner table and in the family. Cultural tradition does not mean it’s healthful; heart disease, diabetes and cancer are common cultural traditions; Brix readings in the field reflect Brix readings at the grocery and at the dinner table; even the best diets need supplementation in today’s toxic/stressful world; why does one person see great results from a supplement and the next person not? Genetics is not an excuse to get sick nor continue a bad diet. Know your history before you open your mouth to spout philosophy. Everyone can be healthy; it’s simply a choice.
(22.05 MB) (1 hour, 4 minutes, 13 seconds) Recorded at the 2017 Acres U.S.A. Conference, Columbus, Ohio, Thursday, December 7, 2017.
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