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EarthGut: The Story of Peace, Love and Microbes: The journey into Healing Disorders, Digestive Dis-ease and our Reconnection to Mother Earth By Tami Hay, M.A.,RMT

Publisher: FriesenPress

EarthGut: The Story of Peace, Love and Microbes
Available from Amazon
ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1525553305
ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1525553301


Tami brings to the forefront our unsustainable and unhealthy eating habits. Her remarkable journey and discoveries about our food and our thoughts provoked a deep look at my life. In being a vegetarian for over 10 years and raised on a farm, Tami's knowledge and wisdom taught myself, even more, how to connect and replenish our beloved earth and our priceless health. Enjoying your recipes. In deepest gratitude I thank you for sharing your incredible love!
~ Sylvia Cunningham 


Tami Hay has spent three decades eating organic and has recovered from severe illness with Crohn's and colitis. After witnessing many others heal in world-renowned wellness clinics, Tami earned a master's degree in live food nutrition and has since studied with some of the world's best integrative MDs. She now teaches others the wisdom of food as medicine. Tami firmly believes that there is hope for the victims of current agricultural practices and that making changes to your lifestyle can be easier than you think.

Tami loves long, barefoot walks in the woods and cold plunges. She lives with her dog, Omni, and also shares her log country home near Edmonton, AB with her partner, Paul, and many friends, family, grandchildren, retreat participants, yogis, foodies, and plants and sprouts. Her love for her grandchildren and all children inspired her to launch an organization called A Million Vegan Grandmothers, which promotes a vegan lifestyle for the liberation of humans and non-humans alike. She is currently writing “Griefmapping,” a book inspired by her own creative struggles with the environmental and spiritual challenges posed by our present time.


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