Real Food Nutrition & Health

Introducing Real Food Nutrition FOR KIDS!

Do you want to teach your younger children about Real Food?

To use child-friendly lessons inspired by the same love of wholesome, traditional foods that you find in the cookbook Nourishing Traditions, the work of Weston A. Price, the Slow Food movement, and farmer's markets everywhere?

To avoid the twaddle put out by the USDA which features their sub-par Nutrition standards?

A beautiful book full of fun illustrations, coloring pages, and activities for younger children?

Buy E-Book $19.95

15 Simple Lessons

Help young children learn the basic concepts of digestion, nutrients, healthy food, and where their food comes from.

Written for Elementary Children

Short lessons, easy to understand writing, and colorful illustrations & activities help children grasp important concepts.

Based on "Living Book" Model

This is no stale read full of boring facts, but an intensely readable little collection of lessons meant to engage your child.

Coloring Pages

Each lesson includes a fun, beautifully-illustrated coloring page to help drive the lesson home.


Word search and Crossword puzzles. Fun diagramming and charting. Each lesson comes with a playful and educational activity.


Handwriting practice at its finest, copying key ideas from the lessons in both print and manuscript options.

My Food Philosophy

I'm a lover of real food. This is food that your great, great grandmother would have recognized as food. Translation? I drink raw milk from pastured cows. I eat wild-caught or pastured meats. I don't eat out of boxes, but cook with fresh ingredients. I know my farmers and buy directly from them. I'm not afraid of using fats like coconut oil, beef tallow, olive oil, ghee, or butter from grass-fed cows. I enjoy preserving food through natural fermentation and like to include these lacto-fermented foods regularly in my diet. I drink kombucha. I eat sushi. I think food ought to be sustainably produced, organic when possible, local, and prepared according to the wisdom of our ancestors. It's called "historical normalcy," and I embrace it.

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