by Todd Walker
Before the advent of agriculture 10,000 years ago, our ancestors hunted and gathered feral food. The plants they foraged contained phytonutrients absorbed through the ground, sun, moon, and air.
Before you click away to search for a conventional way to obtain vital nutrients to supplement your pantry, you need to know the benefits foraging feral foods.
What do I mean by feral food?
The dictionary defines feral as: not domesticated or cultivated; uncivilized, untamed, uncontrolled.
You get the picture. Feral + Food = Nutrient Dense Food
But I like sweet corn! Do I have to give it up?
Nope. Just know that this mutated weakling has little nutritional value compared to its wild cousin.
A New York Times opinion piece by Jo Robinson demonstrates that modern agriculture has breed nutrients out of our food. Open the graphic above and take a look…
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