Mary Lynn Lipscomb

Certified NES Practitioner

Fairfield, VA

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Dr. Weston A. Price traveled the world almost 100 years ago looking for the healthiest people on the planet. When he found them (based on their dental health) he studied what they ate. Almost every tribe or group in this category fed pregnant women special "sacred" foods since they understood the importance of nutrition in pregnancy. From the Weston A. Price Foundation, president Sally Fallon in her article entitled: Diet for Pregnant and Nursing Mothers, outlines those and other foods that should be consumed by women during pregnancy: By Sally Fallon Morell Diet for Pregnant and Nursing Mothers Cod Liver Oil to supply 20,000 IU vitamin A and 2000 IU vitamin D per day, which is provided by 2 teaspoons high vitamin cod liver oil (Green Pasture brand). 1 quart (or 32 ounces) whole milk daily, preferably raw and from pasture-fed cows (learn more about raw milk on our website A Campaign for Real Milk, 4 tablespoons butter daily, preferably from pasture-fed cows 2 or more eggs daily, preferably from pastured chickens Additional egg yolks daily, added to smoothies, salad dressings, scrambled eggs, etc. 3-4 ounces fresh liver, once or twice per week (If you have been told to avoid liver for fear of getting “too much Vitamin A,” be sure to read Vitamin A Saga) on this website Fresh seafood, 2-4 times per week, particularly wild salmon, shellfish and fish eggs Fresh beef or lamb daily, always consumed with the fat Oily fish or lard daily, for vitamin D 2 tablespoons coconut oil daily, used in cooking or smoothies, etc. Lacto-fermented condiments and beverages Bone broths used in soups, stews and sauces Soaked whole grains Fresh vegetables and fruits AVOID: Trans fatty acids (e.g., hydrogenated oils) Junk foods Commercial fried foods Sugar White flour Soft drinks Caffeine Alcohol Cigarettes Drugs (even prescription drugs) IMPORTANT WARNING: Cod liver oil contains substantial levels of omega-3 EPA, which can cause numerous health problems, such as hemorrhaging during the birth process, if not balanced by arachidonic acid (ARA), an omega-6 fatty acid found in liver, egg yolks and meat fats. Please do not add cod liver oil to a diet that is deficient in these important animal foods. It is important to follow our diet for pregnant mothers in its entirety, not just selected parts of it. Go to www.westonaprice.org for THE BEST nutrition information to guide you during pregnancy, while breast feeding AND for your infant.
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Agree, coffeequeen101! There's an online master in this area who blogs about this very topic. His name is Mr. Money Moustache and he is very helpful in getting you to see ways you can save BIG money by buying what you need in a cost effective way. He's my "go to" guy for questions like "Which cell phone service is the best value?" "Rent vs buy?" "What about the whole insurance question?" "Do I really need a car?" Google him and read some of his blog. You may find some priceless advice!
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I like this question. It is getting to heart of what may be driving chronic disease. I think the more important question, however, is "why does one person develop autoimmune disease X, the next person autoimmune disease Y and the next autoimmune disease Z regardless of gender?" Many experts are suggesting autoimmune disease's core cause is due to leaky gut and I tended toward that theory until I ask the question posed above. Some people with a damaged gut lining develop rheumatoid arthritis, (joints) some Lupus (skin/connective tissue) some Hashimoto's (thyroid), some Crohn's (intestine), etc. What dictates which tissues are targeted? I'm finding that shock and trauma, as uniquely experienced by the human (or animal,) may dictate the area of the body affected by what's termed "autoimmune". I would also posit that it is unlikely our immune system makes these sorts of mistakes. Nature is not designed to destroy itself or attack itself. The microbes are present in the various tissues to heal the organism - not destroy it. Afterall, we are their human - they are not "our" microbes. It is in their interest to live in and on a vital host! I believe women suffer more self devaluation in many cultures than men. Women are more likely to blame themselves, feel unworthy, useless (especially older women), undervalued in society. Could this account for the difference? I would love someone to design a research project with these questions in mind. For more information on the role shock and trauma has on the human, visit www.learninggnm.com. Also examine the CDC-Kaiser Permanente Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study which is one of the largest investigations of childhood abuse and neglect and later-life health and well-being. Some clues may be found there.

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