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Hello, friends! Welcome to the Real Food Liz website!
I’m Liz, and I wrote Eat the Yolks and the Skintervention Guide. I’m a nutrition educator and podcaster, a magazine columnist, a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP™) certified by the Nutritional Therapy Association, a Public Health student, and a wannabe farmer.
(That means I moved from the city to the country, acquired a crew of pasture-raised goats, chickens, and pigs, and started trying – and failing – to keep a decent garden.)
This is a blog about living healthy – and the truth about food. Whether you’re a Paleo dieter, a Primal eater, a gluten-free fanatic, or an overall Real Food enthusiast, I’m here to help you cook better, sift through all the lies we’ve been told about food, nourish and heal your body and your skin, and – most important – I’m here to make you laugh. A lot.
(Did I mention I have goats?)
There’s no dogma here. No rigid, uncompromising judgment or pass/fail food ideals. This is a place of conversation, information, education, and fun. And really, really good food.
My crack team of taste-testers and real food lovers also includes my amazing husband and my pooch, Cal. They’re awesome, and they make appearances now and then.
Welcome to my Real Food family. I’m so glad you’re here!
Thanks for reading,