BEYOND LABELS is Available Now!

Dear Friends,

 

I’m thrilled to share that BEYOND LABELS is now available! 

 

I co-authored this book with Joel Salatin, co-owner of Polyface Farm who was featured in the best-selling book Omnivore’s Dilemma as well as several food documentaries including Food Inc.

 

Together, Joel and I created a road map to help you achieve optimal health, happiness, and food freedom.  The best part is that we recognize there is no “one size fits all” diet.  Consequently, you get to personalize your road map!  Using a series of simple, budget-friendly tips, you build your own path based on your individual needs.

 

Never before has a farmer and a doctor joined forces to explain what’s really in your food while providing EASY SOLUTIONS that anyone can implement in their daily lives.

 

But don’t take my word for it!  Read the summary and reviews for yourself!

 

Book Summary: 

Do you want to be healthy, happy and free?  But find yourself stuck in your healing journey and want some guidance and encouragement?  Perhaps you are overwhelmed by all of the conflicting diet advice.  Maybe you don’t know where to start or who to trust.  Or, maybe you just need a little motivation.

You’re not alone. We’re constantly bombarded with ever-changing diet recommendations and the latest diet crazes: Paleo, Keto, Whole 30, Specific Carbohydrate Diet, and the list goes on.  Eggs are bad one day and good the next. Kale is good for you today. Tomorrow it contains high levels of thallium and is toxic to your thyroid gland.  How do you know what to put on your plate that will bring you toward greater health and wellness?

In Beyond Labels, Joel Salatin, a farmer who is blazing the trail for regenerative farm practices, and Sina McCullough, a Ph.D. in Nutrition who actually understands unpronounceable carbon chains, bring you on a journey from generally unhealthy food and farming to an ultimately healing place.

Through compelling discussions leavened with a dose of humor, they share practical and easily doable tips about:

  • What to eat
  • How to find it and prepare it
  • How to save money and time in the kitchen
  • How to stay true to your principles in our modern culture

Whether you are just starting your health journey or you grow all of your own food, this book is designed to meet you where you are and motivate you to take the next step in your healing journey – ultimately bringing you closer to health, happiness, and freedom.

 

Here are two of my favorite endorsements:

“The ideas, evidence and takeaways from this book have the power to reshape America’s declining health. This is the most-fascinating, inspirational, and flat out most useful book I’ve ever read.  Joel and Sina have done what no other authors have managed to do. They’ve created a survival guide for the war on our gut microbiome.”

Andy Snyder, Founder of Manward Press

 

“Beyond Labels is the best possible investment you can make to guide you on your way toward optimal health. Don’t expect a book that will lecture you or make you feel badly about your current eating habits. Joel and Sina offer budget-friendly tips and break down the choices into easily manageable changes that anyone can make. You won’t be overwhelmed by confusing technical jargon or grim warnings that you’re going to die if you don’t throw away everything in your kitchen right this very moment. Instead, you’ll be warmly encouraged to nurture and heal yourself with high-quality food.”

-Daisy Luther, Founder of Luther Inc. and TheOrganicPrepper.com

 

BEYOND LABELS was also endorsed by: The Weston A. Price Foundation, The Cornucopia Institute, Mother Earth News, New York Times Best-Selling Author Robb Wolf, Moms Across America, The Detox Project, Dr. Zach Bush, The Savory Institute, and more!

Read all endorsements HERE.

 

Available at:

1. Polyface Farm: SAVE $5 and receive an ADVANCED COPY when you order through Polyface Farm.  Click HERE.

2. Amazon for Pre-order (Ships June 12th). Click HERE.

3. Chelsea Green Publishing for Pre-order.  Click HERE.

 

With love and gratitude,

Dr. Sina McCullough

 

 

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