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Charlotte Bone

Hello Rachel,
I hope you are well! I have learned so much since and because of your classes at SWIHA, I appreciate that so much! It changed my life literally. I am not only on a healthier path, but I am studying to become a naturopath or nutritionist (depending on schooling). But it seems the more I learn, the less I know. Once you think a product is good, you begin to learn it may not be so. Agave syrup, Stevia, almond milk even! It would take some pressure off to finally have a definitive guide to refer to. Thank you so much!
Sincerely, C

Charlotte Bone

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Thanks for all you do!

emily

I often miss gluten when I am buying salad dressing and the like

emily

I follow your Facebook page as well :)

Jen Jones

Hi Chef Rachel,
I have 2 problems with reading labels...#1) there are so many ingredients with chemical sounding names that are actually natural. How can I learn to discern from healthy ingredients & poison? #2) I have food allergies & the various clever names and origins of certain ingredients has me concerned because the 'clever names' are not listed under allergens. *Yes! I eat lots of whole foods but I just don't have time to make my own non-dairy butter/cheese & breads (yet) lol!
You are fantastic. Thank you for ALL you do!
jen:)

Stephanie KL

We eat healthy but probably could improve on it. We read labels but with so many ingredients on the "no-no list", we often miss seeing one until after we get the product home. The manufacturers are getting crafty at disguising the bad ingredients. Having a better system to discern the long list would be beneficial.

Stephanie KL

I follow you on Facebook.

Stephanie KL

I receive your emails.

Karen C

Hi Rachel
I just subscribed to your blog. Hope you are well.

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