Looking for healthy foods? Here are some resources to help.
- Eat Wild
Offers a direct link to local farms that sell grass-fed products.
- Local Harvest
A nationwide guide to farmers markets, family farms, and other sources of sustainably grown food.
- Eat Well Guide
A guide to farms, restaurants, markets, and more.
- Real Milk
Listings by state of local sources for raw milk/organic dairy products.
Dedicated to connecting people with locally grown sustainable food. Lots of helpful information for transitioning to this way of life.
- Azure Standard
Local delivery of foods, herbs, essential oils, coconut oils, and many other natural products.
- U.S. Wellness Meats
Grassland beef, poultry, dairy, wild-caught seafood, and more.
- Vital Choice
Wild seafood and organics.
- Frontier Natural Products Co-op
Foods, herbs, spices, essential oils, and other natural products.
- NorthStar Bison
Bison, beef, lamb, organic pastured chicken and turkey.
- Slanker Grass-Fed Meat
100% U.S.-raised, natural grass-fed meats.
- Tropical Traditions
Coconut products, organic foods, and grass-fed meats.
Urban Area Projects:
- The Vertical Farm
Promotes farming in urban areas.
- Sky Vegetables
Builds and maintains gardens on rooftops.
- The Omnivore's Dilemma by Michael Pollan
An eye-opening account of how we produce and market our food.
(There is a Young Readers Edition that is simpler to understand and equally enlightening.)
- Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon
670 pages of recipes, articles, and information on the culinary customs of our ancestors. The book is based on the research of Weston A. Price.
- Deep Nutrition by Catherine and Luke Shanahan
Catherine is a molecular biologist and medical doctor. Luke is a culinary arts specialist. Together they describe the foods and techniques common to every culture and explain why it is essential to eat these foods.
- Organic Manifesto by Maria Rodale
Rodale is a third-generation organic farming advocate. In this book she traces the rise of chemical farming and its impact on health and our environment.
- Do a search in your area for an organic buying club.
- Request grass-fed beef at your local grocery store.
- Local health food stores can be a source of organic and whole foods. Check with them about grassland sources of meat and poultry. Always read labels carefully, even at health food stores.
- Look for a local chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation, an organization dedicated to healthy, whole food diets. Local chapters often have resources to connect with local farmers.