Recommended Reading

There are so many wonderful books that we would like to recommend! Many of us started this path after reading Nourishing Traditions.  The first 60 pages are a wonderful introduction to the Weston A. Price Foundation principles, and the remainder contains many practical recipes.

We recommend the following books

The Book That Started It All: Nutrition and Physical Degeneration by Weston A. Price, DDS


  • Read the Healthy 4 Life booklet online or download it.
  • Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig, PhD (First 60 pages explain the Weston Price principles,  then the rest are recipes and menus. Note two index…one by topic and one for recipes.)

Understanding Fats and Carbohydrates:

Great Recipes:

History and Politics of Raw Milk:


Tooth Care:

Heart Disease:

The Ethics, Health Effects and Environmental Cost of Eating Meat vs. Grains

A GMO primer:

Digestion and Total Health

Babies and Children:

  • The Nourishing Traditions Book of Baby and Child Care by Sally Fallon Morell & Thomas S. Cowan, MD
  • Super Nutrition for Babies by Katherine Erlich, MD & Kelly Genzlinger, CNC, CMTA

Thumbs-Up Reviews and DVDs by The Weston A. Price Foundation:

Please see the Thumbs-Up Reviews for all WAPF recommended books.

Books Our Chapter Has For Sale at Our Chapter Meetings

  • Your Successful Farm Business: Production, Profit and Pleasure, by Joel Salatin,  Jan 2018
  • The Art of Natural Cheesemaking: Using Traditional, Non-Industrial Methods and Raw Ingredients to Make the World’s Best Cheeses, by David Asher
  • The Market Gardener, by Jon Martin Fourtier
  • Four Fold Path to Healing, by Tom Cowan
  • The Nourishing Traditions Cookbook for Children: Teaching Children to Cook the Nourishing Traditions Way, by Suzanne Gross and Sally Fallon Morell
  • Homegrown Humus: Cover Crops in a No-Till Garden (Permaculture Gardener Book #1), by Anna Hess

Purchase Books on Amazon:

Buy WAPF recommended books, DVDs, and media on Amazon. Click through from the Weston A. Price Foundation site and WAPF will earn a small commission–an easy way to support our work while buying valuable information resources.

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