Food Facts: The Free-Range Egg

Food Facts: The Free-Range Egg

Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Ok, so we don’t actually have the answer to that question.  My guess is the chicken.  BUT, we do have some great information for you about those dichromatic ovoids that we call eggs.  More specifically, the  free-range...
Food Facts: Soaked Nuts

Food Facts: Soaked Nuts

Did you know that the healthiest way to eat nuts is by soaking them raw first?  The process of soaking raw nuts removes their naturally-occurring enzyme inhibitors, whose presence makes digestion difficult and sometimes uncomfortable or painful.  Soaking nuts also...
Food Facts: Raw Dairy

Food Facts: Raw Dairy

A very common question we get asked here at the Well is, “What is raw dairy, and why do you recommend it?” Raw dairy products are made from milk that has not been pasteurized.  The pasteurization of milk was instituted in the 1920’s, and it involves...
Food Facts: Coconut Oil

Food Facts: Coconut Oil

What is coconut oil, and what do I do with it? We have heard this question over and over from our clients. Most people are, unfortunately, either uninformed or misinformed about the great benefits of coconut oil, and there are many! Coconut oil comes from the meat of...
Food Facts: Honey

Food Facts: Honey

Did you know that honey is considered the only food that never goes bad? Archaeologists have discovered honey in ancient Egyptian tombs, and have reported it edible! Honey, produced by honeybees from the nectar of flowers, has many beneficial qualities. Throughout...