Last week we had tons of great articles! I chose to highlight three (and one without a photo) that gave excellent tips that might be useful to many of you. To view the other fantastic posts from last week click here.
One of my all time favorite bloggers is Melissa @Dyno-mom. Recently she wrote an article that ruffled some feathers. But she was just calling it as she saw it without mentioning names. As a blogger I can tell you that this happens frequently here as well so I appreciate the struggle. I love how thoughtfully Melissa evaluates her post and how resolves to better help those who struggle through a real food transition.
Kathy @Mrs. Dull’s Nourished Kitchen wrote a FANTASTIC article about taking care of yourself and not trying to be a martyr in parenting. If you are well-nourished you are better able to manage your kids health and needs.
Stan @ Tender Grass-Fed Meat wrote an article on the importance of adding nutrient dense bone marrow to your diet. It’s very easy and one of the less expensive ways to get good animal fat and nourishment in your body. But be sure to purchase pasture raised marrow bones that have not had antibiotics or hormones.
Don’t miss reading this little snippet of information found in the Nourishing Traditions cookbook. From @Learning and Yearning.
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