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Who Inspires You?

Profiles in Wellness–Who Inspires You in Your Quest for Health?

Today’s Natural Cures Blog carnival theme is on memberships and subscriptions, and we’ll broaden it to include books, campaigns, causes and heros.  As you seek to take charge of yours and your families health, who is your inspiration? What books do you find helpful, who do you admire, what organizations or publications do you support?

Here is my list (in no particular order), please share yours!

1. Weston A. Price Foundation, and Sally FallonMorell

2. Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund & Foundation

3. National Independent Consumers and Farmers Association

4. Organic Consumers Association

5. Book–South Beach Diet by Dr. Arthur Agatston

6. Book–Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon & Mary Enig

7. Hero-Michael Schmidt, Glencolton Farms-Raw Dairy Farmer in Canada

8. Hero-Mark Nolt, Natures’ Sunlight Farm-Raw Dairy Farmer in Pennsylvania

9. Hero-Mark MacAfee, Organic Pastures Dairy-Raw Dairy Farmer in California

10. Book-Natural Cures They Don’t Want You to Know About, by Kevin Trudeau

11. Book-The Catholic Cathecism (1994)

12. Book–A Year with the Saints (TAN Publishing)

13. Book-The Untold Story of Milk by Ron Schmidt

14. My mom and Nana-the two greatest home cooks in the world!

See blog carnival instructions on our Natural Cures Tuesday page!

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Comments

  1. Fun fun! Here is my list in no particular order:

    1. Dr. Andrew Weil, his website and books
    2. Eatwild.com
    3. Marion Nestle, Her Books and Website
    4. Chef Ann Cooper for her work in the school lunch arena
    5. Sally Fallon, Mary Enig and Weston Price Foundation
    6. Bauman College of Culinary Arts and Holistic Nutrition
    7. National Association Of Nutrition Professionals (representing Holistic nutritionists)
    8. Micheal Murray, ND and his book, “The Enclycopedia of Healing Foods”
    9. American Association for Health Freedom
    10. Clean Eating Magazine
    .-= Daily Diner´s last blog ..Running a 5k and Weekly Dinners =-.

  2. Laree Kline says:

    Oh so many that are already listed — especially Sally Fallon and Mary Enig. But want to a couple new favorites of mine to the list:
    Nora Gedgaudas: PrimalBody-PrimalMind.com
    The Nutritional Therapist Association (follow WAP principles)

  3. 1.Meg and Arden of Windsor Dairy in Windsor, Colorado are heroes. They own an organic dairy where I get my raw dairy, oxtail, organ meats, eggs and whole chickens.
    2. Sally Fallon is my hero.

    The more I learn about eating traditionally, the more I’m sure to have!

  4. Particularly helpful to me in trying to transition to real food are the bloggers. To name just a few, Hartke (of course), Kelly the Kitchen Kop, Cheeseslave, Food Renegade, Kitchen Stewardship, and Naturally Knocked Up.

    I’ve found Nina Planck’s books to be inspirational and a good guide to how to move through the beginning stages of finding and eating real food. I should also credit Barbara Kingsolver and Michael Pollan, since I never would have known about real food without their books.
    .-= Jendeis´s last blog ..Still Waiting =-.

  5. Kimberly Hartke says:

    Gosh, this is great, thanks for the mention, Jendeis! Let’s hear from some more of you, this list is getting inspiring!

  6. Hero – Joel Salatin
    Membership – WAPF
    My Daily Reading List – Real Food Media
    First Resource Checked in an Emergency – Shonda Parker and “Naturally Healthy”
    Membership – La Leche League
    Membership – American Farmland Trust
    Heroes – Peaceful Pastures, West Wind Farms, Delvin Farms – my wonderful farmers
    Favorite book – Nourishing Traditions
    Hero – Michael Pollan
    Bloggers – GNOWFGLINS, Farm To Table, Rosemont Century Farm, Civil Eats, Cooking Up a Story, Every Kitchen Table
    .-= Local Nourishment´s last blog ..Million Pound Beef Recall =-.

  7. My local farmers.

  8. Hero – Christine Solem of Charlottesville, Va, who never takes any credit but has donated cash and enormous amounts of time to VICFA, NICFA and farms in trouble with the authorities.

    Hero – Dick Stevens, who has donated a lot of time quietly to fighting NAIS.

    Heros, more public – Walter Jeffries and Joel Salatin, who aren’t afraid to write about the government stepping on the privacy and property rights of ordinary citizens who are doing nothing wrong.

    Resource – Nourishing Traditions, which has more good information packed in the sidebars than many books have cover to cover!

  9. I forgot a couple!

    Heros: Greg Niewendorp of Michigan and Linda Faillace of Vermont, both of whom faced USDA and State Ag agents with dignity and have used the experience to constructively educate others on how our government works. Linda, especially, could be a very bitter woman, but she’s not and her book Mad Sheep is an eloquent testimonial to the power of a good marriage and a community support to help one recover from incomprehensible injustice.

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