How do we nourish ourselves and our children?

In essence, we recommend real food, traditionally prepared. Think back before the industrialization of food. Before the ubiquitous Cheerios, Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Crackers, before soy infant formula, and even before pasteurized milk products. Food didn’t have ingredients, they were ingredients. No labels needed. We recommend animal products produced from animals eating their natural diet — grass on pasture and wild seafood. Neither land or sea animals are designed to eat grains in feedlots. Whenever possible, we encourage you to shop in farmers markets and make your own meals, so you know the hands the feed you.


Feel free to start at with any of these articles on our blog to get acquainted with our educational initiative.

Beyond these articles, we offer educational materials in the form of a PowerPoint, Study Guide, E-Book, Audio Book and DVD to serve your own self-education and/or to educate others.

Beyond our own blog and educational materials, we recommend these articles:

  • Dietary Guidelines published by the Weston A Price Foundation. A list of foundational principles by which to nourish yourself and your family.
  • Dietary Dangers published by the Weston A Price Foundation. A list of foods and beverages to avoid.
  • Children’s Health section by the Weston A Price Foundation. A selection of articles covering topics such as pregnancy/breastfeeding, feeding babies and children.
  • An article on Ancient Dietary Wisdom for Tomorrow’s Children by Sally Fallon Morell  An overview of timeless nutritional principles that are relevant for modern parents.
  • Articles on Making It Practical by Lori Lipinski. Lori developed the “Making It Practical” series to help people transition toward a real food diet, one step at a time.
  • An article on Feeding Your Children by Thomas Cowan, Outlines what to feed your child as they develop through the years.
  • Packing the Perfect Lunch Box by Jen Allbittron, CN. An article that appears in the growing wise kids column published on the Weston A. Price Foundation’s quarterly journal and website.
  • Baby Bottle Tooth Decay by Ramiel Nagel.  Learn how baby bottle tooth decay can be treated with nutrition, and without dental surgery.

Let us know how we can support you as you nourish you and yours.