What To Look For In A Reliable Source of Information For Raw Feeding
Updated: Mar 21
Raw feeding is growing vastly worldwide, which is great for the fresh food revolution. But that also means it comes hand in hand with a lot of misinformation and disinformation surrounding raw feeding, holistic living, and more. That’s why it’s essential to find credible and trustworthy sources of information. Here's what to look for in a reliable source for your fresh feeding (or any) information
How Recent Is The Information?
New information is discovered every day. If you came across an article about raw feeding 20 years ago, it would more than likely be outdated information. Make sure the info you’re reading is up to date and relevant.
Who Wrote It?
More specifically, what are their qualifications and experience, their motivation, and do they have previous experience with the material they’re sharing?
Follow The Money Trail
Especially with more prominent companies and studies, you want to dive deeper into who published it, who funded it, and what their motivations were
What's The Purpose Of The Information Shared?
Was it to educate, persuade, etc., and why? Ensure that the source’s intentions are pure and don’t come with any baggage.
Is The SOURCE Providing Credible Sources?
Is the source providing credible and trustworthy sources themselves to back up their claims? And if not… why?
It can be easy to get sucked into it with loads of misinformation out there. But following these main points will help you stay out of the misinformation pocket of the internet. Click here for the raw feeding resource library filled with knowledgeable and reliable learning sources!