About Real Food Forager

Hi, I’m Jill!

At Realfoodforager.com I share recipes for clean, grain free, dairy free, additive free eating and articles about novel innovations in natural and functional medicine so that you can achieve superlative health.

I am a real food forager.

I admit it.

Not the kind that that rummages around in the forest.

Oh no.

You wouldn’t catch me getting my hands dirty or, heaven forbid, touch a worm. Yuck! No, I am a modern day, suburban real food forager.

Let me explain…

I’m a Clinical Nutritionist/Chiropractor with a focus on autoimmunity and in grain free healing diets such as Paleo and AIP Paleo, Primal, SCD (Specific Carbohydrate Diet) and GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome). In my practice, I also use the principles of the Weston Price Foundation, along with above mentioned diets.

It became clear to me that I needed a way to get this dietary information to people in a usable, concise outline without having to repeat myself. I realized that if I used the format of a blog, it could reach a lot of people and also allow us to have a dialog.

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Importantly, I could refer people to this blog for the details they would need to be successful on these various diets. As a Weston A. Price Foundation chapter leader, it is also my goal to reach as many people as possible through this blog in order to help them achieve vibrant health in our modern world.

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I forage online for various staples and I buy in bulk the specialty items necessary for traditional cooking and grain free Paleo, SCD/GAPS cooking. You can find some resources for these items in Shopping Guide.

What with all this foraging, I’ve noticed that the very best quality foods comes directly from a biodynamic farmer and that is why I founded The Great South Bay Chapter of the Weston A Price Foundation.

Farm to consumer food is by far a win-win situation for all involved. It allows the farmer to directly sell to consumers and get a higher price for their products. It allows the consumer to buy the highest quality and freshest possible products at reasonable prices. And equally as important, it cuts down on fossil fuel usage as well as pollution by eliminating shipping across the country.

Supporting local farmers is an important part of maintaining a local economy.

In my house we follow the many aspects of the Paleo/Primal Diet. We started with the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD), evolved to the GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) Diet and ended up Paleo with some further restrictions that follow the Autoimmune Paleo Protocol.

As a nutritionist/chiropractor I thought I knew a lot about nutrition. When I discovered the work of Weston Price, Sally Fallon’s wonderful book Nourishing Traditions, and the Weston Price Foundation, I felt like I had come home. I felt that this is what nutrition REALLY is all about.

This blog features recipes that are gluten and grain free, dairy free, sucrose and soy free and appropriate for ancestral diets like Paleo, AIP Paleo and Primal diets as well as SCD/GAPS diets.

Welcome to this blog and find out more information about real food, the dangers in our commercial food supply and the implications to our health, what good nutrition really is, and how to follow these restricted diets and eat like a king!

Subscribe to my Newsletter here and receive 2 free gifts: Grain-Free Meals a small e-book and my Getting Started Series to help kick off your real food journey.