March is National Nutrition Month and reminder to me as to far our family has come in the world of food and nutrition. We still have some bad habits to kick, but the last few years have brought about a transformation in our kitchen and our health.
I'm sipping a cup of black coffee as I type this and cringing about how much sugar I would stir in just a year and a half ago.
My contribution to you for National Nutrition Month this year is to share some of my favorite resources; books, documentaries, blogs and websites, that have helped me clean up my plate, ditch processed food and really focus on nutrition vs. food.
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Blogs and Websites
The Healthy Home Economist - by Sarah Pope
Sara has amassed a wealth of knowledge in regards to eating real food on her blog and she helps the newbie out with great "how-to" videos. Her post for the "Master Tonic: Natural Flu Antiviral" and her tip for preventing sinus issues have made their way to the top of our families preventative care list.
100 Days of Real Food - by Lisa Leake
If you are trying to figure out a way to cut the junk processed foods out of your diet on a budget or just need some baby steps to guide you along the way, Lisa's blog is great place for encouragement, tips and some really tasty recipes.
For those looking to stick with a traditional, real food diet, this site is a little treasure of information and leads you to a community of people who can help you along the journey. The good people at WAPF were telling you to eat butter before butter was cool again. So go check them out and enjoy some real, good food.
I seriously DROOL over the recipe photos here. The blog doesn't just switch up your everyday recipes into real food friendly options. She pushes the boundaries and entices you to try things you never thought you would. Bonus, a meal plan service is available for those that need a little more help planning out a menu full of nutritious food each week.
Do you have a favorite resource for eating real, traditional food? Please share!