Welcome to the market with heart in the heart of West Asheville

Fresh, local, organic produce and your favorite bulk and grocery items are all right here... a manageable selection of all  the best the natural foods world has to offer. 

What's Happening at the Market
Well it's the beginning of another month.  Check out our great sales for January!  Just click the link above to see what you need to start off your new year right.


For the holidays, or any special occasion,  gift baskets are unique and thoughtful.  Our West Village Market baskets can range from the most simple to an extravagant collection of wonderful things. Call us to order one, or one for everyone in your office!


You can find Carl & Judi every Wednesday through Saturday here at West Village Market. 



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Special order your favorite vitamins or health & beauty items, and you‘ll get 10% off!  Click the link above for info.



Health News from outside the bubble
Healthy Fats for a Healthy Heart
Eating the right fats might just extend your life, finds a new study. New research published in the Journal of the American Heart Association finds that if people worldwide began to eat healthier fats, there may be more than a million fewer deaths from heart disease every year.

Do the Seasons Affect How We Think?
When do you think more clearly: winter or summer? What time of year is your short-term memory at its best?
Spelling Prowess Relies on Multiple Brain Areas, Study Finds
The brain relies on several areas on the left side (hemisphere) of the brain to spell words, a new study says.
West Village Market & Deli Health Tips
Fiber is critically important
Fiber is critically important to keep the bowels moving and to help maintain healthy cholesterol levels. It seems that Flax has many benefits so it is a wonderful choice. Flax has the ability of disarming the negative effects of excess estrogen. It is also rich in lignin and essential fatty acids which sooth irritations and moisturizes the intestinal tract. The bulk provided helps give weight to stools so that colonic action is stimulated. Flax seeds also contain good levels of magnesium and vitamin E. Be sure that you grind your flaxseed just before using to prevent oxidation or rancidity. Refrigerate whole seeds as well as processed flaxseeds and oils for added benefit of stability. Go easy if you have not added flax to your diet previously, a little bit with plenty of water is a great way to start – or if you prefer just add some to your yogurt or your morning cereal. Flax goes well with berries mixed in a shake…be sure you chew the seeds completely before swallowing. ... more