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Local Harvest

Ideally, we would all eat local, organic and in season. Where do we even begin? This site lists Farmers’ Markets and Community Supported Agriculture (CSA’s) across the United States. Often, getting to know the ranchers, farmers and markets in your area is the most reliable and economic way to eat well.

Deck Family Farms

Deck Family Farms in Junction City, Oregon. Local purveyors of all meats that are truly free ranging and Oregon Tilth certified organic. They are the best of the best in quality!!! Not the least expensive, but if you can afford the best quality out there, this is it.

NON GMO Project

Finding foods that are not genetically modified (non-GMO’s) just got much easier. There is some preliminary proof that GMO’s may be dangerous to our health and that of coming generations.

​There is little proof of safety, so at the very least we are undergoing a vast experiment on the outcome of ingesting genetically modified foods. Most of the corn, soy and cotton grown in the US is GMO-based. It is in the animal feed and throughout the food industry. Go to this website and download the app for an up to date look at GMO foods.

Old Ways

Oldways is a non-profit consortium of academics in nutrition who aim to bring native/ethic diet education to the public. While the Mediterranean diet has indisputably the most evidence in medical literature on its health benefits, it is really most relevant for persons of European descent. Other continents and cultures have native diets that are more relevant for descendants from those geographic areas. Oldways continues to create food pyramids that vary by ethnicity. They also have recipes and even 28-day guidebooks for various diets to jump start your nutritional journey. ​

Oregon Cancer Foundation

The Oregon Cancer Foundation empowers, strengthens, and sustains those impacted by cancer in our community through education, support, and financial assistance.

Recommended Reads

There are many so many books that may be inspiring, enlightening and informative for our patients.There is no way for us to list all of the possibilities The books on this page were selected with our patients in mind, so they are meant to help you achieve the recommendations made in office. We know it is not always easy to put the suggestions we make into practice. With that in mind, we hope that the books above can help you understand and institute our recommendations.

For evidence-based, reliable information on natural medicine and a variety of health care topics please check out www.naturalmedicinejournal.com. This is the official journal of our national association, the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP). Dr. Kaczor is the Chief Medical Editor of this journal, which began in 2009. She is responsible for reviewing all content and has many articles published in the journal. If you’d like, you can sign up to receive its monthly edition for free. Your email is never sold or shared by the publisher, and Dr. Kaczor contributes original pieces regularly.