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Fortified Foods vs. Whole Foods – is there a difference?

Fortified Foods vs. Whole Foods – is there a difference? “Why are you even asking this?” you might be wondering. “After all, isn’t a whole foods diet what Nourishing Israel advocates and what Weston Price is all about – nutrient

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Water Fluoridation in Israel – Is Health Minister German’s new policy a good thing?

Health minister Yael German recently signed legislation making water fluoridation in Israel optional and not mandatory for each municipality (except in very low population localities), to take affect within a year. Today’s Jerusalem Post English edition carries a very biased

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Eating a Weston Price diet in Israel – Is it possible?

Life in all its splendor is Mother Nature obeyed. –Weston A. Price, DDS Would we be able to maintain our traditional and wholesome diet based on the Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF) guidelines in Israel? Would we be able to

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Almond sprouting update

As I mentioned I would in my initial post, I tried sprouting a bunch of almonds which we purchased from Eden Teva as ostensibly “raw”  and presumably from Israel and/or Egypt. When sprouting, after soaking for a day (see my

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Israeli produce and pesticides

Israel produces about 95% of its own food requirements, is a major exporter of fresh produce, and leads the world in agricultural technology. Yet, only 1.5% of all produce is organic, accounting for only 13% of its exports. (See Agriculture in

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