Talking Real Food with Dr. Paula Sperry on WOMR

by Bert Jackson on April 17, 2011

This aired this morning (Tuesday, May 10). In case you missed it, you can play the audio file below!

I’m thrilled to be speaking with local chiropractor, health advocate and radio host Paula Sperry this Thu at 3:30PM on WOMR, Outermost Community Radio. We’ll be talking about what it means to eat Real Food, food habits and attention, biodiversity and whatever else our conversational path leads to. Hope you can tune in!



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So I had a request for my classic Mulligatawny Soup recipe. This was one of our most popular soup back at the Sweet Life Cafe in St. Thomas so many years ago. This is easy to make and very tasty. 1 Lg onion – chopped 3 med carrots, chopped 1 head celery, chopped 1 green […]

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Interview with Dr. Rhonda Waters

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