The 53 Best Weston A. Price Inspired Traditional Food Bloggers for 2017

As a Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF) Chapter Leader, I am always seeking out recipes, information, and tips about traditional food. Real food, nourishing food, Weston A. Price inspired food – call it what you like, but everyday I am scouring the web for the best information from all the traditional food bloggers out there. Traditional Food for Kids Healing with Food (AIP & GAPS) Section one looks at a…

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My 12 Favorite Healthy, High Protein, Packable School Snacks

As a mom I find it difficult to pack healthy snacks that are high in protein, easily packable, and that my daughter can eat in less than the allotted 5 minute snack time (sad but true).  She often complains that the other kids are enjoying “better” snacks than her banana or carrot sticks (like Anna and Elsa fruit snacks or yogurt with m&ms -gasp!). I’ve googled and tried many recipes that will help…

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Favorite Podcasts: Health & Wellness, Fitness & Nutrition

Have you hopped on the podcast bandwagon yet? If not, it doesn’t cost you anything to try it out and see if you like it. This is a super easy way to learn new things, and stay up to date on topics you are interested in … such as … Health & Wellness! I Heart Health Podcasts If you are a health-nut like me, maybe you can never get enough…

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Gametime Recipes That Will Score Big – Guaranteed to Satisfy the Crew and Nourish Too

Healthy snackage that passes for approved gametime indulgence can be tricky, and who wants to spend a ton of time in the kitchen when the game is on? The following recipes are super easy, super healthy, and super filling.  It is guaranteed this collection will score with every bite! Chips and Dips are an obvious staple.  Replace the processed chemical coated versions with these healthier options:   And Of Course, Pizza! Are you Hungry Yet? Hormones and…

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Healthy Holiday Recipe Roundup

Don’t have the time to search through all of our wonderful healthy recipe blogs?  We have spared you the time and collected our favorite recipes here for you to utilize when planning your holiday meals.  It’s a Pin-a-Palooza! Perfect Appetizers Crunchy Snacks Ditch the chips and put out these healthy low carb snack alternatives   10 Whole Food Snack Ideas Includes a simple smoothie recipe, delicious pudding recipe and more.  …

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4 Things You Can Do With Extra Candy Today!

After Halloween do you limit the kids to a certain amount of candy per day, but the buckets mysteriously empty at a much faster rate then they should?  Seemingly while the kids are asleep?  Well, there are a lot of options besides eating it (so the kids don’t right? Ha Ha) or just throwing away the deliciousness. 4 Ideas To Unload the Load #1 Treats for Troops Dentists and other organizations…

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Boost Your Immunity – Because Kids Are Gross

Have you ever referred to children as little petri dishes?  I have because in a way they are.   Most children under five do not know how to blow their nose, use a tissue, clear their throats, or remember to wash their hands. All of their germ spreading gunk ends up on their faces, hands, and whatever they touch (which has no limits at this age). Germs can spread like wildfire with young children, and their brand…

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Back to School Edition – Perfectly Interesting Health News – August

Welcome to the August 2015 collection of Perfectly Interesting Health News! Each month we gather interesting health and wellness news, condense it, and share it with you!  To celebrate the new school year, this month’s edition includes dozens of school lunch ideas, as well as tips on how to boost immunity and avoid toxic school supplies. We also have the latest GMO news, and some book and documentary recommendations. Enjoy!…

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Proud Sponsors of the 2015 Wise Traditions International Conference

Save on registration if you sign up by August 14! Perfect Supplements is delighted to be sponsoring our third Wise Traditions Conference this November, in Anaheim, CA. Last year we celebrated when the regional conference came to our neck of the woods in Boston, MA. In 2013, we sponsored our first international conference in Atlanta, GA. These symposiums offer so much; education from experts, socialization with like-minded folks, a-maz-ing food (truly…

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Real Food for Rookies – A Book Review

Real Food for Rookies is a revised and updated version of Kelly the Kitchen Kop’s first successful book: The Real Food Ingredient Guide. Kelly dedicated this book to her mother, who lovingly created happy memories of cooking real food together.  This book is easy to read with tons of helpful information, inspirational quotes, and humorous images that made me laugh out loud! Five Key Things I Learned from Reading Real Food For Rookies: What real food actually…

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