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On the farm, on email, on the phone and at our drop sites, you tell us about your health journeys.
You come to us following an unexpected diagnosis.
You come because your doctor or nutritionist recommended a new diet—AIP, Paleo, Whole 30, Keto, Weston A. Price.
You come because you've felt unwell for some time, even though labs and tests keep coming back "normal."
You come managing a chronic illness.
Or you come in good health, and you want to stay that way!
And, they are looking for real food!
They ask, "Do you have what I need?"
If this sounds familiar to you, we’re so glad you’re here.
Your questions about how to find and eat real food?
We've got answers.
The special diets out there stem from one simple principle:
And you don't have to take our word for it...
You know the types of meat, poultry, and eggs that doctors and nutritionists (and books and articles and podcasts and documentaries...) are urging you to eat? The ones with the strange names like pastured, forested, and grass-fed?
Those names aren't strange to us!
They're the reason we get out of bed every morning. They're the reason we do what we do. And they're the reason we're so transparent about every aspect of our farm’s operations.
Food produced on our farm:
> Has the nutritional profile nature intended
> Contains high levels of beneficial fats, vitamins, minerals, and micronutrients
> Tastes incredible!
> Protects the health of people, animals, and the planet
To learn how and why we do what we do, visit the About Our Farm tab in the main menu, or click the links below:
When you commit to changing your family's diet, it can sometimes feel like you've been transported to a foreign country.
You're shopping differently.
You're eating differently.
You're learning new words.
You're taking in new information.
Sometimes it feels like you need to make a million changes all at once.
And at the bottom of it all sits an important question:
> Books, websites, podcasts, and documentaries are a great place to start
> Talk to friends and family who have made similar changes
> Follow/join online groups that support & encourage your unique journey
> Choose one small thing to change
> Give it time
> Choose another
> Plan one or two new meals to try—then, when you're ready, try one or two more
> Begin collecting tasty recipes that fit your new diet (many families find it helpful to start a separate recipe book or binder)
> Do you realize there’s a chance you haven’t yet tasted your favorite food??
> You've got this!
Pull up a chair, ask questions, eat amazing food, and find community.
We value your health! The information on our site is thoughtfully shared, but it is for informational purposes only. No material on our site is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Please consult your doctor before making any health-related changes. Be well! J&L