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Food


Front Door Organics:

Front Door Organics brings 100% certified organic produce and groceries to your Toronto home. A family owned and operated business with strong ties to Ontario farms and many Toronto communities, their service is based on their Fresh Box – a vibrant sampling of 10 – 15 certified organic fruits and vegetables.

Whole Foods Market:

Whole Foods seek out the finest natural and organic foods available, maintain the strictest quality standards in the industry, and have an unshakeable commitment to sustainable agriculture. Whole Foods is a store that brings excitement, information and quality to your shopping experience.

The Sweet Potato:

The Sweet Potato is my second home. It's in my hood (Bloor West) and I love supporting them as they have supported me for years. The owner gets to know his farmers, and I love the variety of local and interesting produce that's available. They also launch new products, so it's a great place for new finds.


Support


The Sleep Doula:

The Sleep Doula provides physical, emotional, and educational support to exhausted parents while helping solve their children's sleep problems. They offer 24 hour support via phone, text, email, and if desired in home.

Footprints Therapy Specializing in Pediatric Osteopathy:

Footprints Therapy is a multi-disciplinary practice that offers physical therapy to from newborn to adulthood, through osteopathy, physiotherapy, naturopathy, nutrition counselling and massage therapy.

Core Expectations Fitness:

Core Expectations provides safe and effective pre & postnatal personal training exclusively to pregnant women and busy moms with little time in the privacy of their home.

Pascaline Phillips Naturopath:

Pascaline Phillips has been practicing Naturopathy in Toronto for the past 10 years. She has children of her own and has helped many Sprout Right clients over the years with specific health concerns.


Research


The Environmental Working Group:

Lists and lists of safe products for your babies, from sun cream to bum cream, plastic issues, organics and much more. They are at the forefront of a lot of the current research and committed to keeping you informed. An excellent newsletter to sign up for.

Seventh Generation:

Makers of chlorine free diapers and wipes, household products and personal care that are safe for our environment and our little ones. Informative website about issues for our families.

Vaccination Risk Awareness Network:

If you are looking for some more information about vaccinations and your child, please visit this website for more. We especially encourage you to read the article about the flu vaccine before you get it.

Toxic Nation:

A Canadian site dedicated to letting you know what to look for and avoid when it comes to toxic chemicals, from baby bottles to skincare and household cleaners.

Motherisk:

Motherisk counselors talk to hundreds of women and their healthcare providers each day providing guidance, support and peace of mind.

Canadian Food Inspection Agency Food Recall Alerts

Keep updated with any current recalls or food safety warnings.

Institute for Agricultural and Trade Policy Food and Health

Advocating for a healthier and more sustainably produced food supply while supporting family farmers and rural communities.


Books


Sprout Right – well, that goes without saying! Click here to buy.

Smart Medicine for a Healthier Child - Janet Zand, Robert Rountree, and Rachel Walton 2nd ed. (New York: Penguin, 2003). Click here to buy.

Prescription for Dietary Wellness - Phyllis A. Balch 2nd ed. (New York: Avery, 2003). Click here to buy.