Farmacology: What Innovative Family Farming Can Teach Us About Health and Healing

Food Chain Radio Michael Olson hosts Daphne Miller, M.D., author of The Jungle Effect and Farmacology


Some say essential nutrients went missing when we civilized our food, and we pay for that loss with sickness and disease.  This leads us to ask…

Can farming return the nutrients missing in our food?  

Saturday, March 22nd at 9 AM Pacific, the Food Chain Radio show with Michael Olson hosted Dr. Daphne Miller, author of The Jungle Effect and Farmacology, for a conversation about food, nutrition, and human health.

Topics include why some primitive cultures were healthier than many civilized cultures; what happened to food when we civilized it through agriculture; and whether the nutrients we lost through agriculture can be regained through agriculture.

I invite you to listen to the recorded show on your radio, computer or mobile device:    Food Chain Radio #961

This is the direct link to the 42 minute and 38 second show:

It was a fine look at whole food, health, and healing!  Paula