Liz is a writer, a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP™) certified by the Nutritional Therapy Association, a Public Health student, and an advocate for at-risk populations like under-served youth
and Americas firefighters.
At home, shes a hobby farmer with pasture-raised goats, hogs, cows and chickens; an organic garden; and unfortunately, a bit of a black thumb.
Liz got healthier, cleared acne, resolved skin issues, slept better, and felt better than ever before when she finally ditched the standard diet dogma in favor of real, nourishing food. But she wanted to know how it was possible that all the health issues she was told were caused
by some of these foods the so-called dangerous, unhealthy ones, like meat and natural fats were actually resolved
because of them. She wanted to know why all the health problems these foods were supposed to cause actually increased
in the United States right as we were told to stop eating them.
Her quest to reveal the truth meant uncovering decades of lies, nutrition dogma, and plenty of processed junk disguised as health food. She trudged through years
of propaganda and lies to discover the light at the end of the tunnel, and that light was nothing fancy. It was just real food
the food she talks about in her best-selling book Eat the Yolks
and through her websites, podcasts and other publications.
Lizs nutrition values are centered on the intersection of good science, history, and common sense, and the foods that nourish mind, body and soul.
To learn more about the Author, visit Liz Wolfe’s website realfoodliz.com
or listen to her podcast Balanced Bites
, on blogtalkradio.com
HOW TO GET YOUR COPY
Eat the Yolks
by Liz Wolfe, NTP
Liz is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner passionate about busting the myths behind conventional dietary wisdom to reunite people with real food and better health. Liz sums up so beautifully where, how,
our food and healthcare industries went wrong and how those in the Paleo community are making strides toward a better relationship with our food and better long-term health.
Liz Wolfe’s book can be purchased online through the book’s website: Eattheyolks.com
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