"When we enslave the land, put life on a clock, or interfere with the ability of the land to breathe air or take in sun or water, we show our arrogance. There is no situation where you can defy the law of nature and succeed on any sustainable level." ~ Niti Bali, Farm to Fork Meat Riot
By Pete Kennedy
This week, we continue our discussion about the War on Meat with somebody who is passionate about food quality and life: Niti Bali. Niti was not an expert in farming nor raising animals, she was not a medical expert of any kind, she just happened to be the mother of a two-year-old little girl battling cancer.
To help her daughter regain strength after a series of harsh medical treatments, she started on a journey to find the cleanest and healthiest food possible, especially meat. She discovered regenerative agriculture, which produces perfectly happy and healthy animals, and learned about the health benefits of regenerative meat and animal fat.
Niti is the Founder and CEO of Farm to Fork Meat Riot, a farm-to-family food system to promote regenerative agriculture and make it accessible to more people. She realized that private distribution of food, where the customer goes directly to the farm, was the best—if not the only—solution for those who want a diet that supports life.
Join me for an eye-opening discussion with Niti Bali, who invites us to take responsibility for what we eat, what we put in our bodies, and our health!
Support and Follow Niti’s work by visiting her Linktree.
For Let’s Go to the Movies, Catherine recommends again one of her favorite Australian documentaries, Red Obsession. It was the Solari Documentary of the Year in 2014 and was recommended again in 2018. So, if you haven’t watched it yet, it’s time to watch it.
In Money & Markets, Catherine and John Titus will review the latest financial and geopolitical news, and discuss what to watch for in the second half of 2021. E-mail your questions for Ask Catherine or post at the Money & Markets commentary here.
Related Solari Reports
Food Series: The War on Meat (Part I) with Dr. Will Winter
Niti’s book, services, and other initiatives