Susan came to nutritional therapy by way of her own struggles with illness. A cancer survivor three times over, she is now cancer free and believes that her dietary and lifestyle changes benefit not only her physical health, but also the health of the Earth and the local economy.
We’re going to chat with her about her story and how she learned to live in a way that makes her happier and healthier every day.
Susan is a Chapter Leader of the Weston A. Price Foundation, a member of the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund, and a member of the Nutritional Therapy Association. She is also the commercial representative for Polyface Farms in Washington, DC, Northern Virginia, and Southwestern Maryland. Her farm mirrors the Polyface model.
You can meet Susan in person at the Take Back Your Health Conference in Washington D.C. on November 1-2, 2014. She’ll be teaching us her method for adopting a real food diet – with action steps and local resource lists.
Are you getting more of your foods from local and sustainable sources these days? Or do you have questions about a local, real food diet? Share your experience and questions in the comments below – we all have a little wisdom to contribute!