Books

Though no one work can be perfect or contain everything we want to know here is my list of favorites. All of these are well informed and mostly accessibly written nutrition books that I encourage everyone to look into for a deeper understanding of their own body.

Nourishing Traditions Sally Fallon

Nutrition and Physical Degeneration Weston A Price

Pottenger's Prophecy Grahm, Kesten and Scherwitz

Why Stomach Acid is Good for You Jonathan V Wright

Know Your Fats Mary G Enig

Eat Fat Loose Fat Enig and Fallon

Adrenal Fatigue James Wilson

Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms? Datis Kharrazian

Put Your Heart in Your Mouth Natasha Campbell-McBride

Gut and Psychology Syndrome Natasha Campbell-McBride

Omnivore's Dilemma Michael Pollan

The Mood Cure Julia Ross

Your Personal Paleo Code Chris Kresser

Primal Body, Primal Mind Nora Gedgaudas

Websites

As is common in the world of nutrition science and health all information comes from certain sources and is tainted by that source. I do my best to seek information from reliable sources but do not always know the full extent of the politics behind any every resource that I access. Please use these websites for what they are worth and always remember that just because it is written doesn't make it so.

http://nutritiondata.self.com/
More information about specific foods and nutrients than you actually need!

http://chriskresser.com/
Though licensed as an accupuncturist Chris Kresser is a wealth of research and nutrition facts, especially check out his free e-books.

http://www.poliquingroup.com/ArticlesMultimedia/Articles.aspx
Lots of information about exercise, weight training, supplements and diet. Geared towards the world of weight loss but still has some good resources and articles.

http://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/
resources and information with information about how to support folks struggling with eating disorders or their community

http://www.cholesterol-and-health.com/
non-corporate research info about fat including a blog by Chris Masterjohn

http://www.bigfatlies.info/
the simple breakdown of some myths about fat in our culture

http://www.westonaprice.org/
a great organization for connecting with other people interested in real food

http://www.farmtoconsumer.org/
an organization that advocates for small farms/farmers and educates the public about the importance of diversified small farms

http://balancedbites.com/
lots of resources for changing your relationship to sugar and sugar foods

http://www.thyroidpharmacist.com/
a lot of success stories about managing Hashinmoto's

http://zenhabits.net/
inspiring words and strategies for making changes in your life

http://www.paleoforwomen.com/
articles and podcasts with a lot of info about PCOS

http://scdlifestyle.com/2010/10/will-the-scd-diet-work-for-you-heres-how-to-find-out/
a great article with some light-hearted words of wisdom about how to think about committing to making diet changes for your health

https://www.gutsense.org/constipation/normal_stools.html
a full description of the Bristol Stool Form scale with some more detail about what it all means.

Research Tools

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed   an online library of biomedical research, sometimes including the full text

https://online.epocrates.com/rxmain    a drug reference and interaction database, great to read if you are considering getting on or off of prescribed medication

How to Read a Paper: The Basics of Evidence-Based Medicine Trisha Greenhalgh

 

Recipes

http://www.multiplydelicious.com/thefood/

http://civilizedcavemancooking.com/

Learning More About Nutrition

http://nutritionaltherapy.com/  

I went to school here and loved it. Feel free to contact me with questions about the program.

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