Resources for Finding a Fluoride-Free Farmer
The grocery aisle can be a dangerous place these days.
Here are some resources for getting a little more fresh air into your food supply.
Eatwild's Directory of Farms provides an extensive listing for grass-fed meat and dairy products in the United States and Canada.
Their farmers sign a statement certifying that they meet certain criteria, such as allowing farm animals access to natural environments for a specified time period each day. You can view the full criteria here.
Not all of the farmers listed use organic methods, so it is important to contact them directly to ensure they meet your standards before ordering. This is especially important for poultry products since chicken bones are known to be high in fluoride if they are fed a diet that is high in fluoride-based pesticides.
The Weston A. Price Foundation
The Weston A. Price Foundation has chapters throughout the United States and in over forty countries worldwide devoted to helping people find local sources for organic produce, pastured meats, and fresh dairy products.
They also represent WAPF at local fairs and conferences and may host cooking classes, potluck dinners and other activities to help you learn to integrate properly prepared whole foods into your lifestyle.
The mission of Local Harvest is to connect people looking for good food with the farmers who produce it.
Their directory lists over 30,000 family farms and farmers markets, along with restaurants and grocery stores that feature local food. They are an excellent resource for finding a nearby CSA (Community Supported Agriculture).
If you've read chapter four of my book on acne, then you know what a questionable concoction modern milk has become.
Grocery store dairy products are heavily processed and often contain additives that can contribute to acne. If you consume dairy, it is important to choose the highest quality dairy products you can find.
RealMilk.com also has an extensive resource section on the safety and health benefits of fresh milk. You can view it here.