Further Reading:

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Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon Morrell

This is your go-to book for learning how to prepare just about everything under the sun in a traditional, nourishing way.


Fast, Fresh & Green

Fast, Fresh & Green by Susie Middleton

Hands down, my go-to recipe book for all things vegetables.  If I make a veggie dish from this cookbook, my kids are guaranteed to eat it.  No joke.  I do swap coconut oil for some things and lower temps at times, but otherwise, an all-around tasty cookbook.


Eat Naked

Eat Naked by Margaret Floyd, NTP

A no-nonsense, quick-read about the what, why and how to get down to a clean, real food diet.  (With a fantastic recipe for super-simple home-made chocolates.  Mmm-mmm.)





Omnivore’s Dilemma by Michael Pollen

This book is one of the first I read on my ‘real food’ journey after a non-meat eating friend suddenly declared that there could be ‘good’ meats after reading this book.  And so, my education began.


Put Your Heart in Your MouthPut Your Heart in Your Mouth by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride

I credit ‘Put Your Heart in Your Mouth’ with persuading me to eat butter again.  Dr. Campbell-McBride has done an incredible amount of research on the Lipid Hypothesis and why fats are actually incredibly important for optimum health.  She presents a very convincing argument to alter the mind of even the staunchest critic.  (Which was me.)

Super Nutrition for BabiesSuper Nutrition for Babies

How to introduce real, nutrient-dense foods into your infant’s diet and when.  Easy to follow recipes and explanations for why you should be introducing liver and broth at 6 months and not rice cereal.


Real Food for MomReal Food for Mother and Baby

An excellent read for those prepping for pregnancy or already pregnant with explanations of what to eat and why, but also a real life take on how to make that happen.