By Thea Maria Carlson Director of Programs, Biodynamic Association
Originally published in the Spring 2014 issue of Biodynamics.
Date: 5/6/2014 8:19:33 PM ( 5 y ) ... viewed 515 times
"What does farming have to do with human health? ...
... in the wider world—and especially that of the traditional Western medical profession—much remains to be explored.
... family physician Dr. Daphne Miller spent time on six ecological farms across the United States (of America) looking for inspiration, and shares her insights in ... Farmacology: What Innovative Family Farming Can Teach Us About Health and Healing.
... Dr. Miller ... brings in a case study of a patient from her medical practice, drawing parallels between their ailments and the problems faced by the farm and exploring how the practices that make these farms thrive might be adapted to improve patients’ health.
Dr. Miller seems to aim her book toward medical professionals and the general public interested in improving their own health ...
Dr. Daphne Miller .... Part clinician, part ecologist, and part anthropologist ...":
May 9th -
My PhD housemate just bought Dr. Daphne Miller's book!
Now I'd like to get a copy!
More Re: Farmacology:
I imagine that there are countless additional accounts by other physicians who have realized the essential link with nature and the need in modern world to reconnect that link in the lives of their patients.
My comment atr the biodynamics site:
"Much Gratitude for all of this and especially regarding the importance of our link with nature - a largely missing link that (amazes me) appears to
be largely missing among our medical doctors!"
This blog entry supports my previous blog: "Got A Real Doctor?".:
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