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By Whitney Ross on 9/5/2013 11:38 AM
I got Paul Jaminet author of The Perfect Health Diet, Sarah Ballantyne author of The Paleo Approach and Terry Wahls author of Minding My Mitochondria together to discuss some common issues in the world of using diet and lifestyle to control autoimmune and neurodegenerative disease, specifically Multiple Sclerosis. It turned out to be an hour and forty minutes of fantastic discussion! And I am not just saying that because I organized it!
By Whitney Ross on 5/10/2013 10:38 AM
My newest radio commentary for WHQR Wilmington. They told me they didn't want me to talk about food so much anymore to talk more about my family. So, here is my attempt to do that.
By Whitney Ross on 2/3/2013 7:27 PM

I looked at part 1 of this blog post and it says I would publish part 2 in February! What lies! Here we are May 2013 and I am updating it. In my defense, I found out I am pregnant and got a little distracted. 

By Whitney Ross on 1/30/2013 8:06 PM
I spent the last 3 years watching the notion of conventional wisdom come crashing down around me. Now, I have busted one of the most pervasive myths of conventional wisdom but no one agrees with me. 
By Whitney Ross on 1/19/2013 8:37 AM

Eating fat with greens is essential for nutrient absorption of the fat soluble vitamins contained in the greens. This recipe is perfect for that.

By Whitney Ross on 9/28/2012 8:38 PM

Here is a link to my radio commentaries about using diet and lifestyle to control my health. 

By Whitney Ross on 9/10/2012 6:49 PM

The longer I don't have symptoms the farther away the disease, Multiple Sclerosis, seems. It's still there though. I am not cured. BUT I feel the best I have ever felt in my life. At 38 years old.

By Whitney Ross on 7/10/2012 8:46 AM

This is a dish where you can get away with a lot of garlic

By Whitney Ross on 7/9/2012 5:36 PM

This is a super high sugar (from fruit) slaw. Refreshing and delicious though.

By Whitney Ross on 6/27/2012 9:23 AM

This chili is adapted from the Everyday Paleo chili which is on page 156 of the Everyday Paleo book. I make a pot pretty much every week. It is the perfect breakfast. You can substitute the bison with ground beef, venison, antelope, lamb, any meat to keep your protein sources fresh. To make it AIP friendly, I have replaced the tomatoes with pumpkin and left out the spices derived from peppers.

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