In a time when processed foods rule the day, how do you find truly nutritious foods? The typical supermarket is of little help, and even “health” food stores are filled with a surprisingly large amount of refined and otherwise adulterated food.
Enter the Weston A. Price Foundation Shopping Guide. This nifty, inexpensive pamphlet lists sources of high-quality whole foods that you’d be hard pressed to find otherwise. But if you’re serious about real health, the effort is worth it—especially since WAPF has done most of the work for you. You’ll find general guidelines for each food category and a helpful section that rates specific brands as “Best,” “Good,” and—to help you avoid particularly poor products—“Avoid.” This is a resource you’ll value for a long time to come.