We are a non-profit, educational initiative of the Weston A. Price Foundation established to address the dramatic deterioration in the health of our children.
This blog is comprised of posts written by Sandrine Perez, as well as some guest authors. Sandrine previously worked as a family therapist, art therapist, teacher, and as an educational therapist in private practice before she established Nourishing Our Children in 2005. Convinced that the children she worked with were well-fed but malnourished, Sandrine closed her private practice to devote herself to the cause of educating and inspiring parents to return to the whole, natural foods that have produced generation after generation of healthy children. She founded the San Francisco Chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation in 2004 and served as the volunteer chapter leader for more than a year. She currently co-leads the Portland, Oregon chapter. She has also taught Nourishing Traditions and Moroccan cooking classes. Beyond her own visual communication business whereby she offers photography and visual design services, she currently serves our cause as both the executive and creative director. Sandrine received an activist award from the Weston A. Price Foundation in 2006 for her leadership role, and in 2014 she was named to the Honorary Board.
Please note that Sandrine was formerly known as Sandrine Hahn and Sandrine Love.