Who is Scott Laird?
Scott Laird is a Doctor of Naturopathy (ND) and Director of Biblical Health Development for A Rood Awakening! International who focuses on plant-based nutrition and wellness restoration from a biblical perspective. Breaking down the complexity of natural health solutions into logical, easy-to-understand terms is Scott’s specialty, and empowering others to heal themselves is his passion.
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In June 2018, Michael Rood will speak with Kent Hovind on Shabbat Night Live. Kent has become world famous for teaching, brilliant-yet-simple sense that debunks the evolution theory. In other words, “we didn’t come from rocks” as Hovind quips.
Ironically, most of us don’t think about this “life begets life” […]
Some health professionals say that a cleanse without an intentional improvement in diet and lifestyle puts one even further behind.
This is because, once you strip away the junk, your body is in pristine condition, meaning that it can now absorb nutrients (and junk) better than ever.
If, after your cleanse, you […]
The secret to attacking cellular malfunction is to address both toxicity and deficiency simultaneously — but is a cleanse the best way to do it?
Many people choose to address toxicity (i.e. detox) with a “cleanse”, such as consuming nothing but lemon juice, cayenne pepper, and maple syrup for a week […]
In 2009, a children’s breakfast cereal company plastered its cartoon-clad cereal boxes with the claim that the cereal now contained “A good source of calcium and vitamin D” and “Nutrition to help your kids grow up strong!” At face value, the claim was essentially true.
Calcium and vitamin D will indeed […]