Finding a New Primary Care Doctor

A Big Thanks To Leslie at for this great advice Thanks to Leslie at Read more

The Rollercoaster of Life

Grandma: "I always wanted to go again. You know, it was just so interesting that a ride could make me so frightened, so scared, so sick, so excited, and so thrilled all together! Some didn't like Read more

Sheltering at Home/Covid 19

Never in the last two decades of my career as a physician would I have imagined that we would be using the same mask to see patients all day and then sterilizing/recycling them at the end of the day. Read more

Turmeric Health Benefits

Have you ever wondered what the paste is applied to the bride and groom's faces and arms in Indian weddings?  It's actually the spice turmeric.  Turmeric is the ingredient in curry that gives it a vibrant yellow color.  Actually, Read more

COVID 19 Precautions

With the scare of COVID here in the USA now, I wanted to post a little info about boosting immunity to prevent contracting the virus. Here are some important facts about Covid-19 It is spread by contact with Read more

Natural Tips for Avoiding Colds

This cold and flu season is still upon us and unfortunately, many patients are still being plagued by these nasty viral symptoms.  Here are a few tips to try if you feel like you are coming down with something. Of Read more

Sherry's Story

Sherry has a great story.  She has been diabetic for years and she has made some massive changes!   "I have been on a lifestyle change. It has been a year following a ketogenic food plan.  When I started this journey Read more

Pharmacy to Farmacy

Many of you may know Erin-- the fabulous Pharm D that worked in our office a few years back.  Erin is a phenomenal gal and we embarked on the journey  into natural medicine around the same time.  As we both Read more

simpson family farms

Where’s the beef? I mean Grassfed Beef!

Great News!!!  Getting good quality local grass-fed beef, pork, and poultry just got a whole lot easier.  Now you don’t even have to haul your butt outta bed on Saturday morning to go to the farmer’s market to get great organic meats!!!  Our good friends over at Simpson Family Farms in Martinsville, IN now offer delivery and online ordering!  I am placing my order this weekend when I start planning my meals for the week.  Whoopee!!  A big shout out to Darby and Brandy Simpson for offering this service!!!!  Check out their site on the friends link on the side of the page or go to this link




We hope that you’ll agree that in today’s society, it is more important than ever to know where your food comes from, how it has been raised and the farmer that raised it. You are what you eat, and so is your food. That is why we are so transparent about what we do here and why we do it. The way we approach farming is unique, we see it as a partnership between us and our patrons. What we promise to you as that patron is the following:

  • Our pasture areas are 100% chemical, pesticide and herbicide free.
  • Our cattle are 100% grass-fed and finished, they are never given any grain.
  • All of the grains we use to feed are animals are transitional organic (chemical and GMO free) and are raised in Central Indiana, supporting local grain farmers.
  • Only USDA Certified Organic vitamin and mineral supplements are used in our grain mixes.
  • Our animals are treated humanely and have access to clean water, fresh air and plenty of sunshine.
  • Our meats are pasture raised and moved frequently to fresh, lush grazing areas.
  • Antibiotics and vaccinations are never administered.
  • We only use sustainable, low energy input farming methods that actually heal the land.
  • Our customers are always welcome to visit by appointment, look around and investigate our farm and ask questions.
  • You will always receive the highest personal customer service.
  • We strive to exceed all of the various certification standards in everything we do.
  • We will never sell to you any food that we would not feed to our own children.
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