Jan 22, 2018
Hilda Labrada Gore from the Wise
Traditions Podcast is here today to talk about traditional diets
and what they can teach us about health. Wise Traditions is the
podcast for the Weston A. Price Foundation.
In this episode of the Clean
Eating for Women podcast, we talk about:
importance of ridding our bodies of toxins before having
healthiest people in the world all have eating nutrient dense foods
- Making gradual changes to support significant
Some highlights of this episode:
got into health and wellness because her life began on shaky
ground. Her mom had German measles, and she was born with a hole in
her heart. After her surgery, she wanted to take care of the body
she has. She is an integrative nutrition health coach, a group
fitness professional, and a wellness podcaster. [01:09]
importance of cleaning out our bodies before having children,
because we are exposed to so many toxins. How preservatives and
additives may have made Hilda's mom vitamin A deficient.
Weston A. Price Foundation is based on a dentist and researcher who
went all around the world looking for the healthiest people. He
found people with amazing smiles and wanted to see what they were
eating. People in different areas all ate different things, but
they all had eating nutrient dense foods in common.
being vegan is great as a fast and cleanse, but it is difficult to
sustain as a diet and lifestyle because of missing essential
nutrients in the diet. [09:06]
was introduced to the Weston A. Price Foundation through a friend
who was suffering from chronic fatigue, and she noticed how diet
had helped her friend. [11:31]
importance of gradual diet changes. It takes time to make
significant lasting change. Spend a year switching to butter, and
then find natural snacks. Doing little upgrades to develop wise
traditions is what worked for Hilda. Progress not perfection.
Maasai Warrior contacted the Weston A. Price Foundation, and Hilda
went to talk with him. HIlda encouraged them to eat their natural
diet which consists of milk, meat, and blood. They made the
decision as a community to go back to their traditional diet.
ancestral foods of Peru include a variety of traditional diets.
Like seafood on the coast. Things like liver and onions, and fish
soup including the head. The jungle areas eat wild boar and
vegetables and plants. People in the mountains eat diets rich in
carbohydrates like quinoa and wild potatoes. Eating according to
your region. [20:27]
having a healthy gut is the key to wellness, because we need a
healthy gut to assimilate the nutrients from our food. Drinking
bone broth is a great way to start. Also, think about what you put
on your body. [26:06]
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