Our Journey With Food – Print Edition
Our Journey with Food by Tammera J. Karr, PhD, chronicles the rapid rate of change in the food industry from the early 20th century to the present. Journey back into history to gain perspective on today’s challenges and insights on how to improve chronic health conditions. Learn about contemporary topics confronting natural health practitioners, including processed foods, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), microwaves and xenoestrogens. Discover the impact of chemicals on human biological systems and which real foods, vitamins and supplements can bring the body back into balance. Recipes, rare historical photos and highlights from North American pioneers to present-day experts enrich this lively and fascinating account of how we went from family farms to McDonald’s and beyond.
Foreword by Dr. James L. Wilson author of, “Adrenal Fatigue in the 21st Century”.
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“Tammera writes likes she talks. Weaving history into today’s relevant awareness is Tam’s special knack. She has a robust and insatiable appetite in her personal quest for answering questions that drive her. I say thank you for distilling the complexities of food and diet into usefulness! Thank you for sharing the treasures that you have gathered over the years with all of us!”
Lorrie Amitrano, FNP, AHN, CNP
“Tammera Karr's Our Journey With Food is absolutely jam-packed with relevant and important information about nutrition and real health (not just the absence of disease). It also contains loads of fun facts about our sources of nourishment. Did you know that the thickness of onion skins have been used to predict the severity of the oncoming winter? Of course Tammera would know that, she's the most down-to-earth, Farmer's Almanac, foodie-nutritionist, around!
Thanks Tam for creating this awesome resource that will not only help save lives with the well-researched information it contains, but will provide great fodder for interesting discussion around many a dinner table.”
Susan Barendregt, Functional Nutritionist
“Here we are at the top of the food chain and we’re more confused about what to eat than ever before. In Our Journey With Food, Tammera Karr provides us with a glimpse into the past and explains how and why we’ve lost our connection with healthy food. This book is not only a fascinating and fresh look at past culinary traditions, it’s also a wake-up call to get back to the basics — unprocessed, healthful, wholesome foods.”
Melissa McLean Jory, MNT – Author of “The Gluten-Free Edge”
“Tammera Karr's Our Journey with Food is a must-read. Tammera has the uncanny ability to take complicated physiology, vitamins, minerals, statistics, and the confusion over what to eat, and break it down into easy-to-understand-and-digest chunks. A resource you will refer back to over and over.
Americans are some of the unhealthiest citizenry in the world. How did this happen? Why did this happen? Tammera answers these questions and so many more as she takes you through a journey through the history of our food. Full of facts and interesting statistics that will blow your mind.
Learn which foods are best for the prevention of cancer, fatigue, diabetes, and hormonal health challenges; the why is backed with the latest research, which now supports what holistic nutrition practitioners have always known.
Consume chocolate, eggs including the yolks, meat and alcohol in confidence once again while taking in all the great tips and anecdotes. Yes, you heard me right! What nutritionist covers alcohol? Learn the health effects and benefits connected to alcohol and how to make wassail! Wow! this is one powerhouse, fact-packed book.”
Karen Langston CNCP, CN, LM, SIT – Holistic Nutritionist specializing in digestive health, KarenLangston.com
“Our Journey with Food is an honest and enlightening look at the healthful aspects of our food. Tammera presents a wealth of information about how food impacts our physical health, making this a must-have resource for everyone.”
Rebekah Fedrowitz, MHN, BCHN