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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The Healthiest DIY Shamrock Shake!

It’s St. Patty’s day and with of all the typically drinks to celebrate with you can add Shamrock Shake to the top of the list! Shamrock Shakes are truly delectable, but rarely clean or nutritious in any way. Shamrock Shakes from local fast food places that you may know of are usually made with animal derived ingredients and contain over 600 calories. Luckily, with this recipe you can create your own healthy DIY Shamrock Shake!…

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Tips and Tricks For Working With Grass Fed Gelatin + Recipes!

  Ever wanted to be a Magician? Well, Perfect Bovine Gelatin, in addition to being great for you, can also give you magical powers. It allows you to turn liquid into solid, or at least jelly like blobs! Gelatin has the cool ability to gel, thicken or set liquids. One scoop of Perfect Bovine Gelatin can gel about 16 ounces of liquid. While gelatin is not very hard to work…

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30 Top Paleo Bloggers Pick Their #1 Absolute Best Paleo Recipe

There are two things we know when it comes to Paleo Recipes – #1. There are tons of healthy, delicious and easy to make Paleo Recipes available online #2. There are tons of complicated, disgusting and difficult to make Paleo Recipes available online Given that all of us are constantly trying to squeeze 30 hours of activity into a 24 hour day, how can we quickly and easily find only…

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10 Foods Loaded with Vitamin K2- Including [K2 SMOOTHIE RECIPE]

Dr. Weston A. Price & the X-Factor In the 1930’s, Dr. Weston A. Price discovered an unidentified nutrient which he deemed ‘Activator X.’ This fat soluble nutrient was found in grass-fed dairy, pastured meats, and traditionally fermented foods. Dr. Weston A. Price came to the ultimate conclusion that ‘Activator X’ is an incredibly important nutrient that is absolutely vital for abundant health and wellness. Years later, modern science has named this…

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Healthy Weight Gain: 5 Quick Tips and 5 Healthy Recipes

When the obvious solution to “just eat more” isn’t working. The topic of losing weight has been a major issue for most people in our society.  What about gaining weight?  For those who are genetically thin or have an overachieving metabolism, it may be hard to move that scale in a positive direction.  Sometimes the obvious solution, to just eat more, doesn’t work. Here are 5 quick tips on gaining…

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Perfectly Interesting Health News – Get Ready for Summer – May 2015

Welcome to the May 2015 collection of Perfectly Interesting News! Each month we are going to gather the most interesting health and wellness articles, petitions worth signing, blogs, books, and podcasts worth checking out! This month’s edition includes updates on the war against GMOs , dental health info, all natural summer safety precautions, delicious recipes and more!  Enjoy! Articles Worth Reading Big in health news this month is the outpouring of…

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Perfectly Interesting News – The Best Health, Nutrition, and Wellness Tips from March 2015

Welcome to the March 2015 collection of Perfectly Interesting News! Each month, we are going to gather the most interesting health and wellness news, petitions worth signing, and blogs, books, and podcasts worth checking out! Articles Worth Reading How Much is the Health of Our Children Worth? Is sugar packed soda and fluorescent orange processed cheese good for our children? Obviously not- so why are nutritionists and registered dietitians endorsing…

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Michala’s Spring Detox Journey – Week 1

Day 4 of my 21 Day Detox, and I am happy to report that there has been no need to tie me down to keep me from my beloved iced coffee and chocolate. I take it one day at a time, consider each day an accomplishment, and remember that there are important reasons for doing this… my family and me. The First Four Days The first days were the hardest.  Not…

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Spaghetti Squash Alfredo with Bacon and Mushrooms

When switching to a healthier, gluten-free diet, pasta can be the absolute hardest dish to give up. Sure, gluten-free pastas do exist, but they are tricky to make and expensive to buy. At the end of the day, gluten-free pasta still isn’t a health food and probably shouldn’t be eaten on a regular basis.  So what is a pasta lover to do? Surely there is some type of vegetable that…

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