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Weston A Price Foundation Chapter
We’re the Region of Waterloo (Tri-Cities), ON, chapter of The Weston A. Price Foundation®,"WAPF", an independent, nonprofit, tax-exempt charity founded in 1999 to disseminate the research of nutrition pioneer Dr. Weston A. Price.
The Foundation is dedicated to restoring nutrient-dense foods to the human diet through education, research and activism.
About Weston A Price Foundation
Weston A Price Foundation is your source for independent and accurate information on diet and health. We support traditional foodways, organic farming, pastured livestock, truth in labeling, prepared parenting and nurturing therapies www.westonaprice.org .
It supports a number of movements that contribute to this objective. Specific goals include the establishment of universal access to clean, certified raw milk and a ban on the use of soy formula for infants.
What Membership in the Foundation Offers
We encourage you to join the Weston A. Price Foundation and support our mission to educate and provide access to nutrient dense foods.
Knowing that our membership in the Weston A. Price Foundation supports their continued efforts to educate the public about the importance of traditional foods like bone broth, fermented foods, grass-fed and pasture-raised meats, as well as their advocacy for small-scale sustainable farming is enough for us. Membership also brings many other benefits as well, such as the Foundation’s excellent quarterly journal “Wise Traditions”.
How to Become a Member
Membership to the Weston A. Price Foundation costs for a year, and the coupons and discounts offered through this membership drive amount to over – so it’s an amazing savings. You can click here to see the all the discounts and offers for the membership, and click here to sign up and become a member.
Q & A
Q: Why Cod liver oil?
A: Our most important super-food!
Once a standard supplement in traditional European societies, cod liver oil provided fat-soluble vitamins A and D, which Dr. Price found present in the diet of primitives in amounts ten times higher than the typical American diet of his day.
Dr. Price found that cod liver oil combined with butter oil produced excellent results.
Your diet should include both good quality organice butter and cod liver oil.
Q: Why Raw Milk?
A: Animal fats (raw milk, cream and butter) are essential
Our bodies require nutrient-dense animal food, especially animal fats, to be healthy generation after generation.
Our cells, bones, brain, heart, lungs, kidneys and reproductive organs all require the nutrients found uniquely in animal fats to function properly.
Q: Why Kombucha?
A: Kombucha tea [pronounced kom-BOO-cha] tastes somewhat like a sparkling apple cider and is said to enhance the immune system.
It is a traditional fermented beverage used in many cultures to promote wellbeing.
Q: What is Wise Traditions?
A: Wise Traditions is the Weston A Price Foundation's informative quarterly journal.
It is filled with timely articles on nutrition, foods, fats and holistic therapies. It has health updates and book reviews, plus educational materials for holistic health professionals.
Membership to the Weston A Price Foundation includes the Wise Traditions quarterly journal.
About Our Chapter
The Local Chapter
We are a local chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation that is composed of people who share a common interest in nutrient dense food and the nutritional principals of the Weston A. Price Foundation. We come from many different backgrounds, and include self-described “recovering vegetarians”, former sugar addicts, and survivors of the Standard American Diet.
For my family, our focus on foods extends beyond the meals we cook at home and beyond the support of local and regional farmers, to supporting a broader movement. For the past several years, my family has belonged to the Weston A Price Foundation, a nonprofit organization devoted to restoring the place of nutrient-dense, traditional foods to our diets through research, education and activism.
What is a Chapter leader?
Our mission is to EDUCATE the local community on the principles of the Weston A. Price Foundation, including TRADITIONAL FOOD preparation, nutrient-dense foods, and sustainable agriculture.
Our guide to learning about traditional foods and applying proper food preparation techniques is Nourishing Traditions; "The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats", by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig PhD.
To learn more about the Weston A. Price Foundation, please visit: www.westonaprice.org
The work of the chapter leader is on a voluntary basis and and eventually we'll bring in viable speakers to keep us informed about the on-going issues in farming, health and organic topics.
What Chapter leaders do
As chapter leaders for the Weston A Price Foundation, our main purpose is to connect you with good, wholesome, properly-raised/grown foods to nourish you and your family.
- 1. Help you find locally-grown organic and biodynamic vegetables, fruits and grains; and milk products, butter, eggs, chicken and meat from pasture-fed animals.
- 2. Maintain a list of local health care practitioners who support the Foundation's teachings regarding diet and health
- 3. Represent the Foundation at local conferences and fairs.
- 4. Organize social gatherings, such as support groups and pot luck dinners, to present the Weston A. Price Foundation philosophy and materials.
- 5. Present seminars, workshops and/or cooking classes featuring speakers from the Weston A. Price Foundation, or local speakers who support the Foundation's goals and philosophy.
- 6. Represent the Weston A. Price Foundation philosophy and goals to local media governments and lawmakers.
- 7. Lobby for the elimination of laws that restrict access to locally produced and processed food (such as pasteurization laws) or that limit health freedoms in any way.
- 8. Publish a simple newsletter containing information and announcements for local chapter members
- 9. Work with schools to provide curriculum materials and training for classes in human development and home economics.
- 10. Help the Foundation find outlets for the sale of its quarterly magazine.
We highly encourage you to connect DIRECTLY with local farmers so that you can ask them questions or even tour the farm yourself. Join a food co-op, or buy a share in a CSA (Community Shared Agriculture). These are simple and powerful ways to support farmers who are producing healthy and sustainable products. Farmers’ markets can also be a good way to connect with farm-fresh, local meats, fruits/vegetables and eggs.
If you are interested in becoming a voluntary chapter leader for your area then please visit: http://www.westonaprice.org/localchapters/application.html
Current Chapter Leader
- Ulymar Rocha
- WAPF Chapter Leader
- BBEA Educator
This is a resource listing of foods raised by traditional, non toxic methods, milk products from pasture fed livestock, pasture fed eggs and livestock, and properly produced whole foods in our area.
We have listed a few Region of Waterloo grocers who carry local and some sustainably raised goods. It is up to you to read labels and ask questions to ensure the products meet the standards you want.
We are just starting to build this resources page, so please, bear with us as it unfolds….if you know of something that should be added, omitted or changed, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
We have started our listings by sharing some material which we have compiled as well as some from www.eatwild.com:
LOCAL FOOD & LOCAL FARMS LIST
1. Local Organic and Natural Produce Farms
Grass fed and grass finished.
2325 Notre Dame Dr. St Agatha, ON N0B 2L0
Produce Harmony Organic milk, grass fed beef, nursed veal, pastured poultry, pastured organic milk fed pork, 100% grassfed lamb and rabbit and organic pastured ggs, pork, turkey, duck and rabbit. Delivery available.
44522 Brandon Road R.R. # 1, Ethel, Ontario N0G 1T0
(519) 887-8020 - email: email@example.com (Grant & Pam Martin)
Stone Lane Farm
Certified organic farm. Organic 100% grass fed beef by the side, half side, 25 lb box or by individual cuts.
1140 Tye Road, New Hamburg
tel: (519) 662-3239 - firstname.lastname@example.org (Richard St. Jean)
Hillview Farm (Grass Roots Beef)
naturally raised and open pasture fed
R.R. #4, Durham, Ontario N0G 1R0
Tel: (519) 369-6966 - email@example.com
Heritage Lane Farm
Dwayne Wagler, 1138 Sny¬ders Road West, Baden ON N3A 3K8.
(226) 444 6455.
Grass Fed Beef (no grain or silage), grass fin¬ished lamb, pas¬tured chicken and mus¬covy duck, and free range eggs. Poul¬try is also corn and soy free. Heritage breed pastured pork. No longer cer¬ti¬fied organic.
Grass fed beef, pasture raised pork, pasture raised chicken
6515 Road 154 Monkton,ON N0K 1P0
firstname.lastname@example.org - 519-595-7373
Offer Black Angus grass fed beef from own farm. Meats, produce, milk, cheese, eggs and fruits from other neighboring farms.
2132 Greenfield Rd., Ayr, ON –
519-632-7653 - email@example.com (Mark & Cindy Gerber)
Growers of twenty-nine varieties and cultivars of willows, available as hardwood cuttings from November until April 15th each year. Grass fed or range fed beef cattle.
2091 Concession #8, RR #1, Cambridge Ontario, N1R 5S2
Phone: 519.740.0980 ~ Cell: 905.537.7142 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Crops such as spelt. Grass-fed cattle for beef and summer sausage. Raise pastured Muscovy ducks for meat. hay or straw we may have available for sale. We often have hay available in large round bales, small square bales, and large square bales. Fruit is available June through September, and includes: cherries, apricots, golden plums, red plums, blue plums, prune plums, peaches (eating varieties and many canning varieties), nectarines, pears and grapes. The fruit comes from Palatine Fruit & Roses, in the Niagara region. It is grown as organically as possible. organic citrus fruit imported from Florida by The Orange Barn in Millbank. We recommend you check out www.orangebarn.ca20 minute drive from Kitchener.
Animals are fed a diet that is 100% plant and vegetable based, and free of antibiotics and synthetic hormones. Certified organic methods are used wherever possible. From mid-April to early December, they graze on premium pastures, eating a lush mix of alfalfa and grasses. In wintertime, they are fed high quality hay, and in the end they are finished with the addition of whole non-GMO corn.
RR2, 056404 Concession 12, Desboro, Ontario N0H 1K0
growers of twenty nine varieties and cultivars of willows, available as hardwood cuttings from November until April 15th each year. Located on a Family farm in Southern Ontario one hour west of Toronto Canada. Grass fed or range fed beef cattle at Fairchild Farm are raised strictly on grass in the summer and hay in the winter.
Fairchild Farm, 2091 Concession #8, RR #1, Cambridge Ontario, N1R 5S2
Phone: 519.740.0980 ~ Cell: 905.537.7142 ~ email@example.com
Laepple Organic Farm
Certified organic by Pro-Cert Organic. Grass-fed beef, potatoes, pork, eggs, poultry, rye, wheat and spelt.
Open: Tuesday 2pm – 6pm - Friday 2pm – 6pm - Saturday 10am – 6pm
2298 Bleams Road, Petersburg, Ontario Email: N0H 2H0
Phone: 519-634-1033 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Produce pastured, growth hormone-free beef, pork and roasting chickens, as well as eggs from free-range hens. All animals are raised the old-fashioned way, with access to the outdoors and natural environments.
Nick Dalton & Vera Top
5877 4th Line, Rockwood, ON N0B 2K0
Tel: 519-856-2333 - E-Mail: email@example.com
Black Angus grass fed beef from of own farm. Offer meats, produce, milk, cheese, eggs and fruits from other neighboring farms.
2132 Greenfield Rd., Ayr, ON
Organic grass fed Beef, chicken, hamburgers and turkey. Breeds Angus, some are Limosine, and many are a mixed heard including Jersey ev en!
PASTURED PORK: 100% pasture reared & raised. Feed being used is 100% non-GMO & non-antibiotic/hormone-free.
2669 Carmel-Koch Road, Baden, ON N3A 3R9
(519) 634-8623 (Melissa Bauer)
Nith Valley Farm
CSA OPTIONS: Vegetables (Market style available), Herbs.
In addition to the cropland, there is a greenhouse for transplant production and season extension. While not yet certified, uses organic production methods.
DELIVERY TO: Waterloo, Aberfoyle, Etobicoke
936754 Blenheim Rd., Plattsville (519) 696-3136 (Nathan Klassen)
Stevanus Family Farm
CSA OPTIONS: Vegetables, Herbs, Fruit
OTHER ITEMS: Honey, Maple syrup
Pesticide-free vegetables and herbs delivered to your door.
DELIVERY TO: Waterloo, Kitchener (except for extreme south end – Hwy 401), Breslau, Maryhill, Conestogo, St Jacobs, Elmira
1082 Snyder's Flats Rd., Bloomingdale (519) 585-7784 (Linda & Dale Stevanus)
Fresh Start Farm
CSA OPTIONS: Vegetables
All produce is organically grown from organic or untreated seed. There is also a greenhouse!
DELIVERY TO: Farm pick-up, Welland, Cambridge
2899 Cockshutt Rd., Boston (905) 328-5517 (Ben James)
Fertile Ground CSA
CSA OPTIONS: Vegetables, Herbs
The pick-up is market style and includes lots of choice in what you bring home each week. Hosts community work bees during the growing season - people of all ages and experience levels welcome!
DELIVERY TO: Farm pick-up, Kitchener, Guelph
1560 Carmel-Koch Rd., St. Agatha (226) 747-2552 (Angie Koch)
Ignatius Farm & CSA
CSA OPTIONS: Vegetables, Fruit
OTHER ITEMS: Honey, Apple products
Grows certified organic produce. In addition to the various summer share timelines, offers Winter Shares in a biweekly format. Working Share options are available for those who wish to volunteer in exchange for their vegetables. Picking up your share at the farm a great time to visit the farm and trails, talk to the farmers, and share recipes with other CSA members.
DELIVERY TO: Farm pick-up
5420 Hwy 6 North, Guelph (519) 824-1250 x275 (Donald Bowyer)
Red Rabbit Gardens
CSA OPTIONS: Vegetables, Fruit
OTHER ITEMS: Eggs, Meat, Microgreens, Preserves, Soap
A small, diversified organic farm between Erin, Guelph and Fergus. Wide range of vegetables, some small berry fruits, and a small range of pastured meats. Raises free range chicken and eggs, as well as pastured beef, pork and rabbit.
DELIVERY TO: Georgetown, Erin
5835 Wellington Rd. 26, Erin (905) 327-7019 (Emily Hendrikx)
Whole Circle Farm
CSA OPTIONS: Vegetables
OTHER ITEMS: Organic grains, Freshly ground flour, Honey, Eggs, Pork, Beef
Purchases non-GMO seeds from reputable, conscientious seed companies. Free-range eggs, pastured beef, Tamworth pork.
DELIVERY TO: Guelph, Rockwood, Acton & Georgetown
8786 Wellington Rd 50, Acton (519) 856-1384
St. Agatha -Sustainable, organic family farming and food store. (see more under Health Food Stores)
Black oil sunflower seeds, premium mixed birdseed, canola seeds, cobs of corn, cracked corn.
No genetically modified seed used and grown without fertilizers or spray.
Hours: Saturdays 8:00am-noon from November to March; By appointment only from April to October.
1459 Northumberland Street
Tel: 519-696-2363 (Ted & Betty Jacobs)
Faul Farms - http://www.faulfarms.com/
Naturally fed beef sold by individual cuts; steaks, roasts, extra lean ground, potatoes, stew, soup bones, liver, ribs, pet food and dog bones. Euro-style, all beef nitrate free, summer suasage, pepperettes, pepperoni & hot dogs, 33 lb.mini sides and whole sides.
Grow their own feed and do not use artificial hormones or antibiotics. All cattle raised on the farm. Grown at a neighbouring farm but available to purchase: Locally raised and naturally fed chicken and turkey; lamb, nitrate free pork bacon, chops, ham, spareribs, sausage, free run eggs, honey, jams, organic flour, granola, and apple cider.
Hours: Wed-Sat 10:00am-6:00pm, year round. NO SUNDAY SALES.
1180 Wrigley Road, Ayr, ON N0B 1E0
Tel: 519-632-7678 - firstname.lastname@example.org (Ed & Shirley Faul)
Grown on the farm and available to purchase: Beef; hormone and drug free, grass and grain fed. Custom raising available. Summer Sausage.
Hours: Call to place an order.
1784 Northumberland Street
Tel: 519-696-3060 - E-mail: email@example.com (Jeff Stager)
Barrie's Asparagus Inc.
Grown on the farm and available to purchase:
Asparagus, rhubarb, sweet corn, pumpkins, crackers, asparagus tortilla chips, asparagus pasta, asparagus pasta sauce.
Grown at neighbouring farm but available to purchase:
Honey, maple syrup, jam, organix produce, cheese, pickles, grains, cereals, organic yogurt, gluten free pies, eggs, cider, apple butter, ice cream, coffee, chocolate.
Hours: May & June open daily 9:00am-6:00pm
July-April Mon to Thurs 10:00am-5:00pm, Fri to Sat 9:00am-5:00pm, Sun 12:00pm-4:00pm
1236 King's Road
Tel: 519-621-9409 - E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (Tim Barrie)
Grown on the farm and available to purchase:
Yellow, bi-colour and gourmet sweet corn, greenhouse tomatoes and peppers, beans, peas, cucumbers, blueberries, fresh cut flowers.
Grown at neighbouring farm but available to purchase: Melons, watermelons, and potatoes.
Hours: Mon-Sun 9:00am-7:00pm, July to October
1043 Brantford Hwy.
Tel: 519-622-2294 - E-mail: email@example.com (Pam & Brian Gillespie)
Auburn (519) 526-1024 CSA, pastured chickens, eggs, pork, GMO free
Mitchell - (519) 348-8331 - Naturally raised lamb.
McSmith’s Organic Farm
St. Thomas – (519) 631-0279 pastured meats and eggs
Meeting Place Organic Farm,
Tony & Fran McQuail - Lucknow (519) 528 2493 - firstname.lastname@example.org - organic beef, pork and lamb
Monckton Organic Farms
Berkeley (519) 986-4534 - MoncktonBakery@yahoo.ca
Naturally Grown grains and stone milled bread (including sourdough), at Guelph Market
Noah and Amelia Stuztman, Prosperity Line Dungannon ON
Passmore Family Farm
St. Marys - (519)-284-1459 - Organic & pasture fed meats.
Plan B Organic Farm
Branchton - Local, certified organic fruit and vegetable boxes
River’s Edge Goat Dairy
Arthur - (519)848-2203
Shepherd’s Watch Dairy Sheep Farm
Arthur - (519) 848-6731 - email@example.com - (Lynda and Carol) -Chemical free grass-fed lamb, artisan sheep cheese, organic vegetables
Slater, Ann & Bev,
St. Marys Farmer’s Market (519) 349-2448, (519) 349-2611. Organic Vegetables & CSA
Organic meat, eggs & more
Tina & Antony John, Sebringville - (519) 393-6497 greens and veg
Transpire Organic Farm & Wellness
Baden – (519) 886-4185 Certified organic, local and seasonal vegetable CSA
Twin Creeks Organic Farm
Gerald teVelde, Owen Sound – (519) 538-4704 Grass-fed beef, lamb, poultry, eggs, rabbit, pork (no soy feed), organic vegetables
The Unfactory Farm
located in the Kitchener Market – (519) 656-2691 Pastured poultry, eggs, grass-fed beef, unpasteurized honey
Union - (519)782-4347 Organic pastured beef
Wisnoski Family Farm
Parkhill, Angela and Daniel Wisnoski - (519) 232-9150 Organic - pastured pork, pastured beef, pastured chickens and ducks
2. Health Food Stores
Pfenning's Organic & More
fresh, certified organic, preferably LOCAL, fruits, vegetables & groceries as well as choice, high-quality supplements and processed "health foods". Great variety of bulk items, such as grains, flours, beans, nuts, seeds, spices, herbs, as well as locally-sourced organic pasture-raised meat, chicken, turkey, beef, pork, fish and more.
1760 Erb's Road West, St. Agatha, ON N0B 2LO
CSA OPTIONS: Vegetables
OTHER ITEMS: Cheese, Milk, Eggs, Meats, Grains
Offers certified organic produce, processed foods from farm kitchen. Year round certified organic CSA offers a wide variety of fresh and preserved produce, plus a buying club for other local and organic products (cheese, milk, eggs, meats, grains....)
DELIVERY TO: Kitchener, Waterloo, New Hamburg, Wellesley, St. Agatha, Petersburg, New Dundee, Baden
1528 Notre Dame Drive, St. Agatha (519) 885-8775 (Theresa Schumilas)
Full Circle Foods
Full Circle Foods is a organic produce and health food store located in downtown Kitchener, Ontario.
3 Charles St W Kitchener, ON N2G 1H1 - (519) 744-5331
Brady's Meat & Deli
Meat, deli and grocery products from all over the world.
465 Phillip St, Waterloo, ON N2L 6C7, Canada - 519-885-3390
The Healthy Butcher’s
Organic and naturally raised meats, sustainable seafood. Documentation tracing meat right back to the organic farm it was grown.
25 Bruce St., Kitchener, Ontario N2B 1Y4
(519) 745-7800 - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Red Cat Farm Bakery
82560 Highway 21 North, Goderich (519)-524-1283 Sophie and Christian Burdan Traditional Sourdough breads and baked goods
3. Health and Organic Food Online Ordering
Grand River Organics
Fresh Local Organic Fruits and Vegetables in the Perth, Waterloo and Wellington Regions of Southwestern Ontario. Works with growers who are certified organic by OCPP/Pro-Cert Canada or Ecocert Canada
Grocery delivery service, certified organic foods available. Works with local producers as much as possible and deliver right to your door.
Serving KW, Cambridge, Guelph, Fergus, Elora, Rockwood and Eden Mills.
Bailey's Local Food
Easy online ordering and a convenient pickup location. It is essentially an online farmers’ market where, unlike CSAs or box programs, you can pick and choose exactly what and how much you want to purchase from dozens of farmers and producers within a 100 mile radius of the Waterloo Region. Online ordering from May to October and monthly online ordering from November to April.
4. Farmer Markets and Co-op’s
Little City Farm
Producerism / Permaculture / Education
Grows own food; dry and preserve foods for the winter; host an annual Seedling Sale in May, providing heirloom and organic seedlings for city gardeners!
508 Duke Street West, Kitchener, ON, N2H 3Y8
Phone: (519) 575-9174 - Email: email@example.com
Market offers including meat, produce, dairy products and more.
Hours of operation: Tuesday to Friday: 8a.m.-3p.m.
Saturdays: 7 a.m.- 2 p.m., year-round
Closed Sundays and Mondays
St. Jacobs Farmers' Market
Canada’s largest year around Farmers Market and the charming Village of St Jacobs. A friendly community where horse and buggies are a common sight. Home to a population of approx. 4,000 Old Order Mennonites who farm the surrounding countryside.
878 Weber St. North, Waterloo ON N2J 4A9
Thursday and Saturday ALL YEAR, 7 am - 3:30 pm
Tuesday Summer Market June 16 - September 1, 2015, 8 am - 3 pm
519 747 1830
LOFT Market Co-op
(519) 267-LOFT -Local, organic, seasonal produce bags and boxes from local family farms -Serving KW, Cambridge, Conestoga, Drayton, Elmira, Elora, Fergus, Guelph, New Hamburg, St. Jacobs, Waterloo, and West Montrose.
Lyle & Teresa. Stratford Farmer’s Market (519) 393 6425 - Pasture-fed Elk.
Organic Oasis Farm Store
Amulree - organicoasis.on.ca Local organic vegetables year round. Organic local pastured meats.
5. Useful Links
Find Local Food!
Explore Local. Plan your trip to the countryside. U-picks, local food events, farm attractions, fairs and festivals. Shop, dine and experience local food with an online directory. Create a custom map guiding you to farms and local food outlets across Waterloo Region.
Mike and Debbie Loepp,Wellesley–(519)656-3471 GMO free poultry (chickens, ducks, turkeys, geese), organic produce, grains
Marcus and Jessie Koenig. Dashwood - (519) 294-0599 Organic, biodynamic, pastured beef, chickens and turkey
(519) 393-6905 Pastured, natural, hormone-free beef, available by the half
Check out Weston A. Price-friendly books, websites, and videos below.
Just need a place to start? Watch these wonderful how-to videos from the Weston A. Price Foundation:
HEALTH AND NUTRITION
International College of Applied Kinesiology
Dr. Jeanne Kennedy Crosby is a proud member of the ICAK, the International College of Applied Kinesiology. This association of doctors trains and educates practitioners on Applied Kinesiology muscle testing, as developed and used by doctors, as a guide for therapeutic treatment.
The Weston A. Price Foundation is a nonprofit charity founded in 1999 to disseminate the research of nutrition pioneer Dr. Weston Price, whose studies of isolated nonindustrialized peoples established the parameters of human health and determined the optimum characteristics of human diets. Dr. Price’s research demonstrated that humans achieve perfect physical form and perfect health generation after generation only when they consume nutrient-dense whole foods and the vital fat-soluble activators found exclusively in animal fats.
Amazing healing breakthroughs and scientific findings! Dr. Bruce West’s website promoting his most outstanding health newsletter, which I keep a library of in my waiting room.
Mercury-free holistic dentist in Lake Oswego. I had all of my metal dental fillings replaced here, with safety features in place to prevent re-absorbtion of the mercury particles and vapor. I was able to be muscle tested for the replacement filling material (for which I am grateful, there was one material that didn’t test well and stressed my thyroid, so I was able to say “not this one.”)
I recommend it as a simple, inexpensive way to do some detoxifying at a slow and manageable pace. It makes your teeth whiter almost immediately, and also the eyes become clearer and brighter. The proponents of oil pulling, which comes from India and Ayurvedic medicine, attribute many healing benefits to the practice. This is a good introductory website.
Sound Feelings Intestinal Plaque Loosening Audio File
This is pure genius right here. Listen to the sample. Support this guy’s work by purchasing the downloadable file. It makes you eliminate old hard fecal deposits from your intestinal walls just by listening to it. Highly complementary to any cleansing or purification program.
Stop Being Sweet
This is David Vanadia’s blog about the practice, benefits, and social hazards of quitting sugar, it’s really great. I love checking in on it and reading the posts.
Real Food Forager
This site is awesome, tons of great recipes and information about nutrition, clean water and water filtration, and health tips from a chiropractor-nutritionist.
Abby Fammartino is a chef and educator who has been promoting delicious menus and recipes that people avoiding gluten, dairy and soy can enjoy.
Dr. Ron's Links
Learn more about related topics through these links to other sites:
A collaborative of small family farms providing grassfed beef, lamb, pork, goat and more. New York Times food writer Marian Burros says: "It has taken me three years to find a piece of grass-fed beef that is tender, juicy, meaty and available online... the steaks from Grassland Beef are satisfyingly delicious."
November 26, 2003
This is the official website of the Weston A. Price Foundation - founded in 1999 to disseminate the research of nutrition pioneer Dr. Weston A. Price. This site has a wealth of information on traditional diets, the politics of food, sustainable farming practices and the healing arts.
The Foundation houses the research of many of the great nutrition pioneers of our time and has over 10,000 books and publications.
A project of the Weston A. Price Foundation, this website is an excellent resource on the benefits and politics of raw milk. There's also a list of sources for raw milk in the U.S. and abroad.
High Tech Health carries the Ionizer Plus Water Electrolyzer and the Thermal Life Far Infrared Sauna. The web site features descriptions of the health benefits of electrolyzed water and infrared sauna. Dr. Ron uses both and recommends them to many of his patients.
Website of Joann Grohman, author of "Keeping A Family Cow". Lots of info on how to keep a family cow, plus recipes, Heifer diary, and a discussion group, among other things.
Seeds of Health is a UK based resource for those who are interested in good old fashioned traditional food.
Peaceful Pastures is an all natural meat and dairy farm producing grassfed, hormone/antibiotic/pesticide free beef, pork, lamb, goat, chicken, turkey, and duck as well as raw dairy products - both goat and cow. Dairy products include: milk, cream, cheese, butter, buttermilk, yogurt, kefir, whey and colostrum. They ship nationwide via Fed Ex every Monday year round.
Nancy Deville is a medical writer with the unique gifts of being easy to read, entertaining and informative. The soon to be published Death by Supermarket is Nancy Deville’s first solo authored book, although she's co-authored five other diet, cooking, health, and nutrition books, several of them with Diana Schwarzbein. She lives with her husband in Santa Barbara, CA and Boston, MA
Nourished Magazine - A practical guide to living a lifestyle that is nourishing, healthy, wholesome and wise. Operated by Joanne Hay, Weston A. Price Foundation chapter leader of Byryon Bay, AU.
teach people how to nourish rather than merely fed themselves and their families.
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Our Meetup group, Region of Waterloo WAPF Chapter, which was started in July 2015, is intending to hold a variety of meetings, including fermentation and bone broth demos, movie showings, and presentations about the research of Dr. Weston A. Price. Please join our Meetup group to find out about chapter activities. There is no fee to join the group.
We would enjoy knowing how you learned about the Weston A. Price Foundation and how you have changed your diet. Please leave a comment and tell us your story.
Contact the chapter by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Eugene Chapter regularly holds local events.
- • Potlucks
- • “Popcorn Review” DVD Showings
- • Classes
- • Workshops
- • GAPS Support Group
- • Discussions & Meetings
- • Food Demos
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The Weston A Price Foundation challenges politically correct nutrition and the diet dictocrats, promoting wise traditions in food, farming and the healing arts.
"If people let the government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as the souls who live under tyranny." Thomas Jefferson (1778)