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Real Food's Role in Peak Performance, Gluten-free Diets, Acid Reflux and Autism

Join Dr. Kaayla Daniel and Kathryne Pirtle on the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund's radio show this Saturday.

UPDATE: Listen to the recording of this show.

1st Hour

2nd Hour

The Food Rights Hour
Republic Broadcasting Network 
Saturday, April 9, 2011
8 pm - 10 pm Eastern; 7 - 9 Central; 6 - 8 Mountain; 5 - 7 Pacific.

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Dr.  Kaayla Daniel, Member, Board of Directors for Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund and Weston A. Price Foundation, and her guest  Kathryne Pirtle, co author of Performance without Pain, will discuss: 

  • Why musicians, dancers, athletes and all of us need to eat nutrient-dense “real food.” 
  • "Real food” as the foundation for good health and happiness
  • Supporting our local farmers for personal and planetary health
  • The acid reflux epidemic, its root causes and real-food solutions
  • The growing gluten-free market, the limitations of gluten-free packaged foods and better ways to address  gluten sensitivity
  • Autism, its multiple causes and possible solutions.
 Be sure to call in with your questions. CALL-IN NUMBER: 800-313-9443

Kaayla T. Daniel, PhD, CCN

Kaayla T. Daniel, PhD, CCN, is The Naughty Nutritionist™ because of her ability to outrageously and humorously debunk nutritional myths. A popular guest on radio and television, she has appeared on The Dr Oz Show, ABC's View from the Bay, NPR's People's Pharmacy and numerous other shows. Her own radio show, "Naughty Nutrition with Dr. Kaayla Daniel," launches this month on World of Women (WOW) Radio.  Dr Daniel is the author of The Whole Soy Story: The Dark Side of America's Favorite Health Food, a popular speaker at Wise Traditions and other conferences, a Board Member of the Weston A. Price Foundation and recipient of its 2005 Integrity in Science Award. Her website is and she can be reached at [email protected]


Kathryne Pirtle is the clarinetist and executive director of the Orion Ensemble, principal clarinetist of the Lake Forest Symphony and frequently performs with the Chicago Lyric Opera Orchestra, the Grant Park Music Festival, The Ravinia Festival Orchestra, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.  She  is on the Honorary Board of the Weston A. Price Foundation and  co-authored a book with Sally Fallon and Dr. John D. Turner called Performance without Pain (New Trends, 2006)  that focuses on inflammatory and degenerative conditions in musicians, athletes, dancers and the general public, and the solutions found in a diet of nutrient-dense foods.  Her website is and she can be reached at [email protected]