Wednesday, October 29, 2008

The Life Emporium Mission Statement

“Expose, Equip, Encourage”

The first recorded question ever asked by mankind is “Am I my brother’s keeper?” The answer is an emphatic, YES!

The purpose of The Life Emporium is to serve our neighbors, to be a keeper or protector of our brethren, by providing accurate and current information about foods and health in order that they may be equipped to make informed decisions that respect the Creator’s sacred gift of life and support optimal health of body, mind, and spirit.

The Life Emporium will accomplish this mission by a three-fold strategy:

· Expose the devitalized, denatured, and often toxic wares found on grocery shelves through Supermarket Survival Classes and Food Demo Classes, guest speakers, frequent movies.

· Equip people with knowledge of traditional foods and methods of preparation, while restoring the practice of lost home arts like lacto-fermentation. This knowledge will be based on the time-proven research of leaders who have blazed the trail for us, such as Dr. Weston A. Price and Dr. Francis Pottenger and currently Dr. Mary Enig and Sally Fallon.

· Encourage the application of knowledge through Counseling and Coaching on a personal level. On a community basis, support the establishment of Farmer’s Markets and the practice of obtaining traditional foods from local, organic sources.

For truth, health, and prosperity,

Granny Good Food

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