I am super excited to bring this bonus episode today with Dr. Tanda Cook. I ask her the big question a lot of women over 50 are wondering – what in the world do we eat? We talk about that and much more! And I learn what #jerf means!
Tanda Cook, is a naturopathic physician, a member of Arbonne Internationals Scientific Advisory Board, farmer, food expert, published author, international speaker, blogger, as well as a health and lifestyle coach. She is wildly passionate about educating and inspiring people to take steps to add health to their lives.
Dr. Cook has a gift for explaining confusing medical terminology and concepts in clearly understood terms – empowering her audiences to celebrate healthy living through food, lifestyle and choice.
Dr. Cook received her undergraduate degree from Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York and then went on to receive her doctorate from the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon.
After moving to Tennessee, Montana Dr. Cook discovered her true passion is connecting people to the earth, food, and their purpose through farming, regenerative agriculture, and natural medicine.
Today, clients from all over North America seek her out for health consulting and retreats to experience the earth and their health in a transformed way.
Her co-authored cookbook, Food That Grows, explores the importance of eating whole foods, the current issues with how Westerners eat, and the stories and celebrations around the very thing that keeps us alive…food.
Practicing what she preaches, Dr. Tanda runs Maple and Sage Farm in Pulaski Tennessee. Maple and Sage is a regenerative organic farm on 40 acres. Tanda raises plants and animals based on the philosophy of going back to our roots and improving the health of the soil and working with nature. From soil to soul.
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