On real food and scrambled mitochondria.
Day one of the Weston A. Price conference dubbed “Wise Traditions”. Of course, the farm sourced food, cooked with such love and reverence is phenomenal as always.
Hubby had sprouted cornmeal bread with raw butter, phenomenal grass fed and finished beef stew from @holycowbeef here in Texas, kombucha, and some apple cobbler suitably slathered with organic whipped cream. I stuck with the beef stew slathered in ghee. Such a treat to be cooked for!
Thought I’d throw in some slides from one of the lectures I attended on the new, terrifying 5G technology. Sure, Mr. Man, we’ll be your guinea pigs. No prob.
Many of you know that we had our house mediated for dirty electricity and EMFs. We also won a long-fought battle to get the smart meter off our house. In fact, there’s nothing smart in our house at all except the human brains working well on good fats and good love. Ok, the dogs are smart too. Well, the Great Dane pup still has some “developing” to do in that department. But there’s hope!
So, I consider myself well versed in understanding the modern day assaults on our bodies. I understand how EMFs affect our cells and mitochondria. It’s why we don’t have wifi and have a kill switch to the power in our bedrooms that we switch before going to sleep. There’s a bunch of other stuff we’ve done to try keep our environment as healthy as possible – find at #slowdownfarmsteadcleanliving
Still, today I learned about the hazards of electric and hybrid vehicles (whoa!), about how strong a signal my phone is still sending and receiving even when off (dammit!), and what this new 5G web they’re unrolling is going to amp up our exposure to frequencies akin to radar (what the hell are we doing?). A lecture is not meant for an IG post, but I urge you all to research this stuff on your own. There’s a great book called “The Non-Tinfoil Guide to EMFs” and Dr. Mercola has a plethora of information on his website, as well as an upcoming book in the subject.
Soon, supper with a dessert of Dr. Peter Ballerstedt’s presentation on “humanity and ruminants”. You know I love me some ruminants.