Photo Credit: realfoodrecovery.org
I found this great podcast interview with a woman who has an intense passion for rebuilding the health of foster children by giving them real food. Her name is Mandy Blume. With training in nutritional therapy and armed with knowledge of the Weston A. Price diet, she is changing the world! Here’s a link below to the podcast interview on Wise Traditions as well as the description of the podcast copied and pasted from the podcast site.
Mandy loves sharing the importance of the food we put into our bodies. After fostering many children and adopting, each child became her inspiration to step out and reach more people with the message of health recovery through real food. She studied at California Polytechnic State University, and graduated with degrees, along with cooking and nutritional credentials; but what will blow you away is the way she rolls up her sleeves to impact foster children and foster homes. She has a passion for changing the world, starting with those in the U.S. foster care system.
In today’s episode, she talks about how she helps children transition from the standard American diet (S.A.D.) to real food. She has witnessed first-hand the turn-around that takes place when children are fed food that has the power to nourish and heal.
Her simple healing principles can be applied to anyone’s life–young and old alike. Listen and learn about her transformational Real Food Recovery protocol.
Listen here. She just came out with a book detailing her journey with healing foster children, pictured above.