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Bone Broth Case Study

Posted by Laura Paulisich on

Bone Broth Case Study

Throughout my journey I've been reluctant to share some specific results of my natural living for fear of being questioned, not believed or accused of not being an expert, etc. For instance, several years ago, to my horror, my front bottom tooth broke off halfway down. Because it was at an angle, most people could not notice so the dentist recommended just leaving it. I was so surprised and confused about why this happened. Since changing my diet including drinking bone broth daily, my front tooth has grown back!  Another shameful happening during my early thirties was losing my hair!...

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The Benefits of Bone Broth

Posted by Laura Paulisich on

The Benefits of Bone Broth

I used to be “normal:” television watching; yo-yo dieting; stressed about weight, health, and food; unsure how to prepare food and what exactly to eat; always hungry; always thinking about food; always confused about food (what to buy and how to prepare it); shopping; spending; discarding of spoiled food and unworn clothes, unread books, unused belongings; stressing about credit card debts; constantly shopping for food, clothing, belongings, books; rearranging belongings; throwing away excess belongings; collapsing on the couch; zoning out with television; feeling lost, confused, wasteful, wanting, stressed, unsatisfied, and sometimes depressed. Now that I have discovered a new way...

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Bone Broth Recipe

Posted by Laura Paulisich on

Bone Broth Recipe

During the siege of Paris, when vegetables and meat were scarce, a doctor named Guerard put his patients on gelatin bouillon with some added fat and they survived in good health. - Kristen Michaelis 1. Find the most impeccable nutrient-dense, grassfed bones possible: knuckle, soup, marrow, ligaments, tendons for bison/beef/lamb and frames & feet for poultry. 2. Slow roast bison/beef/lamb bones at 225 degrees F for several hours (5-8) in a clay soup pot and enjoy a meal; save the carcass from poultry meals. 3. Add filtered water to the bones and add an organic lemon (whole lemon for bison/beef/lamb...

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Selenite

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Selenite

I didn't ever know that crystals needed to be charged! I first learned of something similar when the company where I purchase salt offered a crystal water kit and the directions said to leave the stones outside for 24 hours every month. Crystal connoisseurs have since taught me that selenite can be used to charge other crystals and even jewelry and gemstones! #whoknew! Now I keep a selenite bar to hold my jewelry each night! It looks so pretty and offers an organized place for keeping just a few meaningful and purposeful belongings! Many consider selenite to be a must-have...

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Wood Cutting Board Safety

Posted by Laura Paulisich on

Wood Cutting Board Safety

Dr. Cliver, in a study by University of Wisconsin Madison, found that 99.9% of bacteria dies off within three minutes on wooden boards but none die on plastic ones! The study purposely contaminated the boards with Salmonella, Listeria and Escherichia coli that are common causes of food poisoning and were surprised to discover these results. The research was unable to identify the agents in wood that make it so inhospitable to bacteria. They also found that when the boards were left unwashed overnight at room temperature, the bacterial counts increased on the plastic but none of the organisms could be...

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