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6 Responses to Contact

  1. G MCQUE

    Please add me as a subscriber to your newsletter, It sounds interesting as I am having a hard time finding reliable local sourses of REAL FOOD & I didn’t see a place to subscribe on Thanks GM

    • nourishingnancy

      No problem G! The subscriber button is right on the front page, however. Maybe it needs to be bigger. LOL.

  2. Kathryn

    Nancy, you commented on another blog site that you healed you daughter’s eczema through diet. How long did that take? I have had my son on GAPS for a year and am still waiting for that to happen. Thanks.

    • nourishingnancy

      Hi Kathryn. Gosh, it took about 7-8 weeks for it all to disappear. Perhaps your son has other issues?? Not sure why he wouldn’t respond to this diet. We also added some lots of extra Vitamin D from Dr. Mercola’s site, Cod Liver Oil, and Isocort by Bezwecken. Isocort is an adrenal cortex extract. Perhaps you can contact a local Naturopathic Doctor who can advise you on giving this to a younger child. Hope that helps, Kathyrn. As always, I’m not a professional physician, so my advice is just for educational purposes. Hate to have to say that, but you know…

  3. Tracey Cullen

    One of your blog employers suggested we reach out to you. I am responsible for rolling out NuVal, a nutritional scoring system, at all of our King Kullen locations. She asked us to let you know about it, as she thought you might be interested. If you would like more information, feel free to call me – 516.827.6261, or we’d be happy to arranged a personal NuVal tour with our NuVal team.

  4. Joe Brown

    Good morning Nancy; I understand you were trying to reach a Wild by Nature representative regarding Whole Foods and their wine and beer bars.

    Unfortunately NY state liquor authority does not allow wine sales in supermarkets nor can we be licensed for “on premise” consumption. Laws such as these differ greatly from state to state. The supermarket industry in New York has lobbied extensively to allow wine sales in supermarkets but to no avail.

    Thank you
    Joe Brown
    Wild by Nature

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