Whole Woman® Post-Conference Workshop Recordings
Whole Woman Living™
Join Christine as she takes you on a four-hour journey of discovery creating a natural home environment - even in the city!
At Whole Woman, we believe the traditional village was human-scale, and most conducive to health and well-being. In the old days, the baker lived next door to the brewer so local yeasts and grain varieties could be shared. The natural ecosystem of local food and medicine created a shared genetic blueprint that strengthened people against mental and physical disease. Native Americans tell us that before Europeans arrived, serious outbreaks of disease were unknown.
Learn how to turn your own home into a natural eco-village using easy step-by-step instructions. We may not live next door to a brewer, but we can make local, natural yeast for bread-baking from our own environment. Sourdough bread made in the traditional way is gluten-free, and one of the most healthful foods we can eat.
Homemade vinegar, mustard, and fermented vegetables strengthen the immune system to withstand all microbial threats from the outside. Please join Christine as we discover what has been missing from our modern world - the Circle of Life that creates true health and happiness.
Learn the difference between clean and sterile, and how living with the earth makes us healthy and strong. Throw out toxic cleaning products and get ready to make your home shine!
Stocking the Pantry
Our modern food system makes us slaves to firing up our cars and driving to the grocery store, often several times a week. The foods we buy come from long distances, and are packaged, processed, and filled with ingredients that weaken our bodies and make us vulnerable to disease. Stock your pantry with real food for making delicious and nutritious vegetarian meals.
Bread and Barm - the Staff of Life
Build your local microbial ecosystem, while at the same time enjoying nature’s most delicious and health-giving foods.
Making Natural Medicines
Everything we put inside our body leaves an “epigenetic footprint”. Local, handmade medicines are safe, effective, and strengthen our immune system in ways laboratory drugs will never be able to match.
Q & A with Christine