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Kris can't look at a recipe without tweaking it a bit to follow her guidelines for a healthy diet that avoids carbohydrate overload. Here are some suggestions for a variety of satisfying and tasty meal items. As always, pasture-raised meat, milk and eggs, organic fruits and vegetables (beyond organic may be even better), and healthy fats and oils are recommended. For further information about ingredients and key nutrients check out the Resources and Odds & Ends pages.
Meal Planning Helps * Recipes sites
Here are some common abbreviations used in recipes: Tbsp = tablespoon, tsp = teaspoon, lb = pound.
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Cereals, Beverages &
Meal Planning Helps:
Info on raising healthy children
Cookbooks for beginners
Nourishing Traditions Cookbook for Children
and Cheap: Eat Well on $4/day, by Leanne Brown
FOODWIFERY - in person help for beginners
Where to Start: Limited Time and Budget - from another chapter leader
So you think the cost of organic food is too high... - one farmer's take on the issue of the cost of quality food.
to Get Sick: A Modern Prescription for Illness
Healthy Eating Tips by Ellen Davis, chapter leader
Eating Naturally - Not What You Might Think! site of Mary Marlowe, a WAPF member
Grass-fed Beef Recipes (I can't vouch for all these recipes, but they will give you some ideas. Please remember there is no need to be afraid of good grass-fed animal fats, in fact you need to include them with lean meats!)
Traditional Foods for many helps on planning and preparing
traditional foods - Website of
KerryAnn Foster, chapter co-leader in North Carolina: was
Rayburn, the healthy habit coach - Making Healthy Habits Fun!
Dishing with your Daughter - Juicy insights for creating healthy bodies, happy minds & delicious connections
Keeper of the Home - Naturally Inspired Living for the Christian Homemaker
FreshHealthyCooking.com by Lorraine Carlstrom, chapter leader in British Columbia.
Picture Guide from Maria Atwood, WAPF chapter leader
Jennette Turner - Natural Foods
Bring the Fun to Cooking -
Tired of cooking the same ol' things? Dinner with Jennette provides the delicious variety, organization and nutritional balance that make meal preparation a fun adventure.
Beware of microwaves (from Mercola.com)
Beware of processed foods (from NaturalNews.com - "Everyday groceries contain ingredients that cause heart disease, diabetes, cancer, osteoporosis and other chronic diseases")
Other good recipes sites:
Nourished Kitchen nourishedkitchen.com
Eat Fat, Lose Fat www.eatfatlosefat.com/recipes.php
Hartke Is On-line! hartkeisonline.com - Kimberly is another chapter leader
The Healthy Home Economist (video recipes - but watch out for the Google ads!)
CHEESESLAVE for the love of cheese, and butter, and bacon, and all those other things we're not supposed to eat
The Nourishing Cook - cooking all 773 recipes from Sally Fallon's Nourishing Traditions cookbook
http://choosinghealthnow.com/recipes/ - includes a delightful Healthy Ranch Dressing.
Agriculture Society - Forward Thinking Traditional Wellness WisdomTM
for whole food cooking
Be Nourished with Rebecca Wood - www.rwood.com
Don't know how to cook?
More Meal Planning Helps