November 22, 2017

The Value of a Traditional Ancient Diet

Joy Kauffman, MPH

Take a couple minutes to learn about the longevity diet of Tabitha, a Ugandan who lived to be 115 years old! Her grandson, Dennis, a FARM STEW Uganda Board Member, shared memories of her abundant life during a board meeting under a mango tree in Uganda last year. 

She ate the traditional, ancient diet in Uganda consisting of soaked, whole grains and beans, unpeeled sweet potatoes, fruits, and vegetables. Orange-fleshed sweet potatoes alone can save lives. The orange color represents the presence of vitamin A. That is what boosts immunity and preserves eyesight. FARM STEW promotes eating across God’s color spectrum of fruits and vegetables! I hope you got a rainbow today!

Tabitha's diet is the same recipe for abundant life FARM STEW promotes. Learn more here:


Dennis affirms that the effort to create change must start at home with ourselves in our diets.

Want to spend some time together today? See this video clip and much more by watching FARM STEW on 3ABN today, Thursday, Nov. 23rd. We'll be on 3ABN three times! CENTRAL time: 8:00am, 3:00pm, & 11:00pmYou can find 3ABN on Roku, or cable or here:

We are blessed by making a difference! Join FARM STEW Family around the table today!!

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Joy Kauffman, MPH
Joy is the passionate founder of FARM STEW.