J. R. SCHROEDER
I know the session is going to be a difficult one when I hear the client say, “I don’t eat anything with a face on it.” Sometimes it’s, “All that fat..” or “You don’t mean real eggs, do you?”
I’ve heard these responses before — countless times — and it’s getting worse. After 21 years at one of the oldest natural clinics in the country, I’m still having to invent new ways to open up minds to the possibility that maybe our ancestors ate differently than we do now and it certainly didn’t kill them. In fact, maybe that’s how they survived and played with a full deck. If we don’t get a handle soon on real nutrition, we might not be so lucky.