Word of Wisdom Living

If you’re concerned with what you and your family eat, Word of Wisdom Living is a must read blog. For a quick primer, scan the list of “Healthy Changes” you can make to create a significant difference in what your family eats.
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If you’re concerned with what you and your family eat, Word of Wisdom Living is a must read blog. Authored by retired engineer Skip Hellewell, father of six and grandfather of fifteen, this dense, practical blog on examines the way our food has changed over the past 100 years. For a quick primer, scan the list of “Healthy Changes” you can make to create a significant difference in how your family eats.

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