Category: Nutrient Density in Food

Fred Provenza – What should we learn from domesticated animals when it comes to food as medicine

A conversation with Fred Provenza, professor emeritus of Behavioural Ecology in the Department of Wildland Resources at Utah State University, about domesticated animals, their ability to self-select medicine and food and figure out what they need in terms of energy, vitamins and phytonutrients. We also discuss what they can teach us about rediscovering our nutritional wisdom.

Zuzanna Zielińska – Women’s hormonal health starts with regenerative agriculture and the focus on quality and nutrient density food

A conversation with Zuzanna Zielińska, founder of Harvest Care, about women’s hormonal health, the PCOS syndrome, and the connection between regenerative agriculture and healthcare.  She is one of the co-founders of the Coalition of Health Professionals for Regenerative Agriculture.

Anne Biklé and David R Montgomery – After studying more than 1000 papers the definitive answer, we are what our food ate

Anne Bikle and David R Montgomery, writers of What your food ate, join us to talk about the connection between soil- building agriculture practices and human health, and the differences in healthy compounds in our food, both plants and animal protein connected to the way that food has been grown.