Below are some great health, nutrition and wellness resources I’ve found over the years. There are shopping lists, recipes, books, websites, podcasts, and educational programs. This page is under construction. I’ll keep this section updated as I learn more, so check back often! One good overview of a healing diet can be found here. It’s the culmination of three of my favorite books suggestions.
Favorite Foods Shopping List
Check out my web page listing all my favorite food staples.
Check out Paleo Leap’s great recipe library.
Chris Kresser: One of my favorite teachers and Functional Medicine practitioners. Chris has loads of good, well researched information on his website.
Dr. Mark Hyman: One of the leaders in the field of Functional Medicine. He is also an expert on Fat, Sugar and other key health issues. Site has a lot of good information.
MindBodyGreen: A nice variety of articles on health and wellness related topics.
EWG (Environmental Working Group): A fantastic resource. They have rankings of thousands of food and health related products, ranking their ingredients — looking for pesticides and toxins. Check out their consumer guide. And they have great smart phones apps that allow you to scan the barcodes of products through your phones camera and will tell you that products of foods rank. You’ll also want to check out their top clean and dirty foods lists. They also now have a great foodscores website with information on a whole host of foods you might buy at the grocery store.
GreenMedInfo: You can search over 10,000 health related articles and research.
Dave Asprey & Bulletproof Blog: Dave is a well-known bio-hacker and podcaster, with lots of great information, data and products. They’ve tracked
Peter Attia’s Eating Academy: Excellent research and writing on a range of topics, including Cholesterol.
Alliance for Natural Health: ANH-USA is part of an international organization dedicated to promoting natural and sustainable health—and, in particular, consumer freedom of choice in healthcare—through good science and good law.
Kris Carr: If you are looking for good vegan health food resources, here is a good site.
Health and Nutrition:
The Paleo Cure: Prevent and Reverse Disease, Lose Weight Effortlessly, and Look and Feel Better than Ever by Chris Kresser
Food: What the Heck Should I Eat by Mark Hyman, M.D
The Immune System Recovery Plan: A Doctor’s 4-Step Program to Treat Autoimmune Disease by Susan Blum, MD MPH
Deep Nutrition by Catherine Shanahan, MD
The Disease Delusion: Conquering the Causes of Chronic Illness for a Healthier, Longer, and Happier Life by Dr. Jeffrey S. Bland
Eating on the Wild Side: The Missing Link to Optimum Health by Jo Robinson
Canine Nutrigenomics: The New Science of Feeding Your Dog for Optimum Health by W. Jean Dodds and Diana R. Laverdure
The Untethered Soul by Michael A. Singer
Hardwiring Happiness: The New Brain Science of Contentment, Calm and Confidence by Rick Hanson, PhD
Coming Back to Life: Practices to Reconnect our Life, Our World by Joanna Macey & Molly Young Brown
A Return to Love by Marianne Williamson & Healing the Soul of America
A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle
Links go to iTunes, but you can find other places by Googling
High Intensity Health Radio: Mike Mutzel Podcast, he talks to many great expert guests who are the top of their field.
Revolution Health Radio: Chris Kresser Podcast. He’s one of my favorite experts in Functional Medicine.
Nourish Balance Thrive: These guys are smart. Lot’s of good topics. Often more related to fitness, but still broad enough for those for whom that isn’t their focus.
Bulletproof Radio: Dave Asprey’s Podcast. Loads of great interviews with leading thinkers.
The Paleo View: Sarah Ballantyne PhD (scientist) and Stacy Toth humorously talk about paleo lifestyle.
Tara Brach: Mindfulness teacher and leader. Lot’s of good interpersonal wellness practices and information.
Great Teachers and Practitioners:
Functional Medicine Based Long-term Educational Programs:
Holistic Nutrition Lab’s Full Body Systems
Psychology of Eating: Marc David
Online Education and Courses:
Metabolic Healing: Learn about Gene Expression, Labwork and more if you want a deeper dive.
Seeking Health: Seeking Health Educational Institute (SHEI) identifies and assimilates clinically-relevant research in the areas of nutrigenomics and methylation.
Check your Health!
These are some services you can use to input your genetics and/or labwork to get a snapshot of how you might be doing in some health related areas.
StrateGene: Check your genes.Overlay your SNPs or that of your patient’s SNPs onto the Pathway Planner using StrateGene Strategic Genetic Analysis! After two years of digging through research, Dr. Lynch’s research team has identified key SNPs which are clinically relevant – and more importantly – which ones are not.