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Welcome to Organic Crumbs Podcast

Using both interview and monologue formats, Tami explores the interconnections between our bodies, our minds, the spiritual, and cutting edge science by exploring stories and seeking out the crumbs that can be found along the way. Join the conversation by listening, following, subscribing and contacting Tami via any of the social media listed.

About Tami
I am recent graduate with a Master’s degree in holistic nutrition. Before pursuing
nutrition, I was a special education teacher with a Master’s degree in Deaf Education.
I left teaching to raise and home school my four children who, along with our flock of backyard chickens, keep me pretty busy. I spent a few years as a chapter co-leader for the Weston A. Price Foundation, promoting healthful living in my community. I ran a local food buyer’s club to encourage discounted purchases of organic products and currently teach nutrition classes in churches.
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