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Nutrition and Physical Degeneration A Comparison of Primitive and Modern Diets and Their Effects By Weston A. Price
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Well before his time, Weston Price observed the dangers of modern processed food. Rather that study the unhealthy, Price studied the healthy and produced his theory on the nutrition that results in... More > optimal health.< Less
Nourishing Ways By Susan Godfrey
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If you are a fan of the book "Nourishing Traditions" by Sally Fallon, this is a great book to own! This ebook is 88 pages of information and recipes to help you eat in the "Nourishing... More > Traditions" way!< Less
The Porridge Book By Sambodhi Prem
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A small, free e-book on how to make a breakfast of creamy, long-soaked & slow-cooked oat porridge.
Real Food on a Real Budget By Stephanie Langford
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Many families today don't need to be told to eat better. They already understand the "why's" behind a whole foods diet, but where they really struggle is figuring how to afford it all. In... More > tough economic times, and even on single-income budgets, is there a way to stick to wholesome, nourishing foods in an affordable manner? Yes, there is a way, and Real Food on a Real Budget will help you do just that. I have felt the pinch on my own grocery budget but was unwilling to throw up my arms and concede defeat. I have spent years learning various methods to save money and get the best deals, without compromising on the high-quality foods that I feed my family. The result? I have learned the keys to keeping my budget 30% lower than the average family, while still serving up foods that are nourishing, traditional, organic, ecologically-grown... in other words, real, whole foods. Best of all, I want to show you how I do it and how you can do the same.< Less
Have Your Cake and Lose Weight Too!: Slim Down and Heal Your Body While Eating Delicious Fats, Carbs and Real Whole Food! By DaNelle Wolford
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Have Your Cake and Lose Weight Too! is a real food manifesto brought down to earth. Even if you have little experience in the kitchen, this book serves up the most important points of real food,... More > leaving you knowledgeable enough to feel confident without being overwhelmed. With easy-to-read charts and lists, Wolford makes it simple to see which foods are good, better, and best. Finally figure out which fruits and vegetables you need to buy organic and which are okay when conventional. Discover the biggest mistake most people make when transitioning to a real food diet and what you should do instead. You’ll be cooking up real food in no time…and losing weight and feeling healthier by the day! You don’t need to be perfect to enjoy effortless weight loss and disease reversal. Find out the secret by downloading this eBook today< Less
Back to Basics: The Menu Mailer Series By Kerry Foster
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Do you like the concept of Traditional Foods, but you’re not sure how to pull it together into a workable menu plan? Need to learn techniques to cook from scratch? Not sure where to start... More > with incorporating Traditional Foods into your everyday life? This series is for you!< Less
Cooking Traditional Foods Menu Mailer Volume One By KerryAnn Foster
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Cooking Traditional Foods Menu Mailer Volume One is a book of family-friendly, traditional foods Menu Mailers. Every recipe can be fixed without gluten and dairy to assist those with food allergies.... More > Our focus is to provide nutrient dense meals that your children will love. Each of the 16 Menu Mailers contains the menu, shopping list, preparation schedule and recipes for 6 dinners and one dessert. There are four Menu Mailers per season. The Cooking Traditional Foods Menu Mailer is unique because it includes a preparation schedule to help you remember when to soak the grains, thaw the meat and cook the beans. Recipes for both the main dish and the needed side dishes are included.< Less
Beyond Natural Skincare & Weight Loss By Aurore Henze, NHD
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Weight loss and beautiful skin, naturally...too good to be true? Dr. Aurore says "No, with color therapy, ayurveda and emotional release through orgone therapy- beautiful skin and balanced... More > weight is a few simple steps away!" Dosha/constitution effects your skin and weight. This book also presents: anthroposophical medicine and theory, polarity therapy and much more. Dr. Aurore provides 21 pages of recipes and ideas to make home-made skin tonics and ayurvedic foods with a focus on Raw Milk and the Weston-Price diet. You don't need to spend a million dollars to make your self look and feel beautiful, naturally! "In this book Dr. Aurore reminds us that outer radiance is a result of a balanced inner life. Dr. Aurore shares a jewel of a remedy that is spiritual, sensual, sensible, and sincere in caring for, and owning, our own health." Dr. Rick Tan, MD & Waldorf Educator Part III in Dr. Aurore's six book series on Reichian Natural Health and a companion to her first book "Beyond Natural Cures."< Less
Real Food Storage By Kerry Foster
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This book contains an overview of how to store foods without going off of your traditional foods diet. It also contains over 200 recipes to use your food stores.
WILLOW RUN FARM: An Ohio Memoir 1924-1935 By MARCELLA GRENGA, JODY GRENGA
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WILLOW RUN FARM, the initial book in a trilogy, records the author's experience of growing up on a working farm in the rural Midwest during the Great Depression. In her Pulitzer Prize-winner,... More > “The Shipping News,” E. Annie Proulx states: “What don't happen is also news.” Marcella Grenga candidly lays down vignettes from rural life and scenes from a one-room schoolhouse. The tone spans from the undercurrent of love in the Woolf family to the quiet but often brutal realities of farm life. The toil on the farm and antics in the one-room school serve as backdrops for this warm, wise-cracking, poignant memoir of a time lost to chronology but not to memory. By grit and wit, the Woolf family survived the 1930s largely through their own down-home ingenuity. In the 1930s, 4,000,000 Americans were forced into despair and from their homes, including 250,000 children. That the Woolf family stayed intact by growing their own food is: “the news that didn’t happen.” W/illustrations by the authors.< Less