Tip of the hat to the Skinny B books

by Kelli

Some books give a no-holds-barred perspective that can cause you to see things in a different way. In Skinny Bitch, authors Rory Freedman and Kim Barnouin write, “The food you put into your body works its way through your organs and bloodstream and is actually part of who you are. So every time you put crap in your body, you are crap.” In Skinny Bastard, they advocate cutting out dairy foods: “In factory farms, there is no gentle farmer milking cows with a bucket beneath his feet. Clamps are attached to cows’ udders and cows are milked by machine … the udders become sore and infected. Pus forms. But the machines keep on milking, sucking the dead white blood cells into the milk. In the good ’ol U.S. of A., we have the highest allowable upper limit of pus concentration in the world—almost double the international standard.”

Gotta love the way those two write. They give it to you real.

About the author...

, diagnosed with an auto-immune disease as a child, has always paid close attention to her health. But when that disease went beyond the care of traditional care medicine, she found answers, and healing, through lifestyle improvements and working with a functional medicine doctor.

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