Tag Archives: books on nutrition

Rediscover Two Essential Cookbooks from SRP

Imagine preparing your family a slow cooked masterpiece on a cold winter’s night. Or whipping up your first batch of homemade kefir, yogurt, butter, or cheese come a leisurely weekend afternoon. Which would you rather do? Happily, there’s no need to choose. With Chef Phyllis Quinn’s Slow Cook Gourmet and Udderly Cultured at your disposal,…

Ready, Set, Grow! The Medicinal Side of Allium Sativum

Forgive me for being a little sneaky in an effort to get you to click on this particular blog post. Hopefully, my trick of using the Latin name for one of the most potent medicinal foods known got your attention! (Smile) Why is it so urgent that we talk about Allium sativum right now? Well,…

Food Myths Take a Blow with Two New Books from SRP

Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride—author of Gut and Psychology Syndrome and creator of the GAPS healing protocol—is back with two more deeply researched and thoughtfully written books exploring the intersection between food and health: Vegetarianism Explained – An essential read for anyone following (or considering) a plant based diet. Dr. Campbell-McBride turns her focus to the value…

SRP Introduces an Essential New Book on Childbirth

It’s not every day that a new book geared to new parents promotes an entirely new understanding of birth—yet that book is finally here, and it’s called Your Baby’s Microbiome. Written by Toni Harman and Alex Wakeford (authors of the award-winning documentary Microbirth), this book is an important read for would-be parents who want to…