Tuesday, May 15, 2012

An important survey from Weston A Price foundation... *** SURVEY ON PREGNANCY OUTCOMES Sponsored by the Weston A. Price Foundation If you have given birth between May 1, 2010 and May 1, 2012, we welcome your participation in our survey. The purpose of this survey is to collect information that can help us determine how certain foods and supplements affect the health of pregnant mothers and their newly born infants, in the hopes of improving the experience of future mothers and the levels of health their babies achieve. It is important to us that a large number of mothers with different dietary habits and different pregnancy outcomes participate in our survey. Whether you perceive your dietary habits as usual or unusual, and whether you consider your pregnancy to have been eventful or uneventful, we welcome your participation. The survey should take less than twenty minutes to complete. We will incorporate the information you provide into statistics that we may eventually publish, but we will not publish the individual, personal information you share with us, nor will we share it with anyone publicly or privately. If you would like to participate, please do so by September 30, 2012. Once again, we thank you for your invaluable participation in this survey. TO PARTICIPATE IN THE SURVEY, VISIT: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/3NHBSR7 PLEASE SEND THIS SURVEY TO OTHER GROUPS: In order to achieve the fullest participation possible, we ask that you send this survey to other groups, such as groups involving midwives, new mothers, young families, etc. THANK YOU!

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Director (s) Wanted

BabyCarrots has been on a hold while founder, Josie Lauducci, relocated from Santa Barbara to San Francisco. Although no longer residing in Santa Barbara, BabyCarrots will be able to continue under management of a new director and can also be formed in new locations where local organic produce is available. We are looking for a driven person, skilled in outreach and traditional nutrition. Knowledge of pregnancy and breastfeeding not required, but helpful. Program logistics have been established and some local organic farms have offered produce for the Santa Barbara region. Time requirements would start approximately 20 hours/week and less as program grows and volunteers established. Please contact Josie Lauducci by email (joskate2001@yahoo.com) with your interest to direct BabyCarrots in your community now!

Good traditional food. Made easy!

Good traditional food. Made easy!

A healthy, easy way to preserve your food.