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REALfarmacy.com is a place where people come together to question the status quo and celebrate a massiveparadigm shift. They’re passionate about growing your ownlocally grown fair trade foods and products, using food to heal the mind and body, and expanding global consciousness.

They are fanatics of REAL medicine and live by the quote, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” ―Hippocrates
 
Here you can follow fresh original work by contributing staff writer Paul Fassa whose pet peeves are the Medical Mafia’s control over health and the food industry and government regulatory agencies’ corruption.
 
Support the real food cause and follow their Facebook page and sister pages at, REALfarmacyCOMThe Farmacy,GrowFoodNotLawns, and Paul Fassa.

Marc David is the Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, a leading visionary, teacher and consultant in Nutritional Psychology, and the author of the classic and best-selling works Nourishing Wisdom, The Slow Down Diet, and Mind Body Nutrition.  His work has been featured on CNN, NBC and numerous media outlets. His books have been translated into over 10 languages, and his approach appeals to a wide audience of eaters who are looking for fresh, inspiring and innovative messages about food, body and soul. The Institute for the Psychology of Eating is the world’s only teaching organization dedicated to a forward thinking, positive, holistic approach to nutritional psychology. IPE is unique and revolutionary in its approach – teaching students and professionals how to effectively work with the most common eating challenges of our times in their internationally acclaimed Eating Psychology Coach Certification Training. You can find out more here: http://psychologyofeating.com

Kate Doubler is the author behind the blog Real Food RN. A busy working mom of two young children, she manages to balance working as a Nurse in the Emergency Room, counseling clients in her nutrition business and finding time to write about Real Food and Essential Oils. She loves experimenting in her kitchen and coming up with all sorts of new and creative real food recipes with the hopes of bettering the health of her family and anyone who follows her blog. She wholeheartedly believes that prevention is the best medicine. 

 

Pat has a strong interest in the interaction between corporate influence, government, the media, and the lives of individuals within the sphere of these influences (much the same as the founder's of eatLocalGrown!). He is particularly interested in the effect these forces have on nutrition and food production processes. Pat says "My interest is fueled by a concern for how these influences will affect the future of world populations and in particular human health." We're glad guys like Pat are out there!

Pauli Halstead began her culinary career in 1973 at a tiny vegetarian restaurant, Ma Goodness, in Berkeley, California.  In 1975, she put her name on the window of Pauli’s Café at the corner of Fillmore and Washington Streets in San Francisco.  Pauli’s was one of those wonderful neighborhood restaurants for which San Francisco is famous, and it soon became the place to have a delicious week-end brunch. Eventually, the Napa Valley became too strong a lure and Pauli purchased a circa 1880 farmhouse in St. Helena and in 1981 launched her catering company.

In her book Primal Cuisine, Cooking for the Paleo Diet, Pauli further educates on the topics of GMO’s, gluten and casein intolerance, and how our food choices impact the environment. Pauli has included many new recipes and wonderful photos in Primal Cuisine.

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Jeff Cox is the author of The Big Summer Cookbook from John Wiley & Sons, and The Organic Cook’s Bible, also from Wiley, plus 17 other books on food, wine, and gardening. You can find out more about his books at www.jeffcox.net, and order them online at www.amazon.com.

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Ensia is a magazine showcasing environmental solutions in action. Powered by the Institute on the Environment at the University of Minnesota, we cover a broad spectrum of environment and sustainability issues, looking at the crossroads of sectors, disciplines, ideologies and geographies for new ideas to emerge.

Our mission is to share environmental solutions and spark conversations that motivate, empower and inspire people to create a more sustainable future.

Our vision is a world in which both people and the planet thrive.

All content from Ensia is shared under the terms of Creative Commons’ Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported license. See author and original source link provided within the article body.

Amy is a life and food lover, certified biologist, and holistic health coach. She is the founder of the healthy lifestyle website Body in Balance and creator of the online program, "ThinForever".

After successfully changing her family's health and happiness, she's on a mission to help other people achieve the life and body they want. You can find her on FacebookGoogle+Pinterest, and Twitter.

Beverly Bell has worked for more than three decades as an organizer, advocate, and writer in collaboration with social movements in Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa, and the U.S. Her focus areas are just economies; democratic participation; and political and economic rights for women, small farmers, and indigenous peoples. She serves as coordinator of Other Worlds and associate fellow of the Institute for Policy Studies. She is based in New Orleans.

Tory Field is an organizer and farmer living in Hadley, Massachusetts. She is currently the Research and Education Coordinator at Other Worlds. Together with her partner, she runs Next Barn Over Farm, a 30-acre CSA vegetable farm. In past years she has been a community organizer with Arise for Social Justice in Springfield, MA, and coordinator of a weekly program with women incarcerated in the Rhode Island state prison.

Andrew thinks food is supposed to nourish us, to keep us alive and thriving – and yet lately the way we feed ourselves is having the opposite effect. His blog asks are you getting filled up or fed up with what you eat. He welcomes your thoughts – are you filled up or fed up?

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