Janine Farzin has engineering degrees from UC Berkeley and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). She is a Fulbright Fellow. She considers nutrient density to be a fun and practical optimization proposition, for which she explores how she can maximize nutrient inputs for herself and her family using the fewest calories. As organ meats are some of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet, she finds creative ways to incorporate them into her family's diet to maximize nutrients in a single meal. She is a Weston A. Price Foundation co-chapter leader and can be found at offallygoodcooking.com.
HOW TO MEET INDIVIDUALIZED
NUTRIENT NEEDS WITH ORGAN MEATS
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5
Janine Farzin will explain how incorporating organ meats into your own diet can help you thrive. By recognizing that vitamin and mineral status depend on unique environmental and genetic factors, we can consider bio individuality in choosing which organs to add to our diet. She will review common excess and deficiency symptoms of select vitamins and minerals and match needs with the most accessible organs. Additionally, she will provide tips for cleaning and trimming these organs along with practical recipes.