Reading guide

I use my other social media feeds to highlight news items focusing on the effects of nutrition, the environment and prescription drugs on our health. Here are some of the websites I get my info from. Don’t be put off by the Paleo sites if you’re not Paleo — they’re not too self-righteous about it, although some of their commenters can be. The site authors have done a lot of thinking about nutrition and diet, and a lot of questioning of the beliefs held by the American healthcare system and the popular media.

New York Times Health Feed (“Well”)
New Hope 360
Amanda’s Health Journal
Food Politics
Beyond Meds
Chris Kesser
Discover’s Health & Medicine RSS Feed
Dr. Briffa
Mark’s Daily Apple
Nature.com’s News Feed
New Scientist’s News Feed
The Daily Lipid
The Eating Academy
Whole Health Source
Paleo for Women
Nutri-Link Clinical Research: The site describes this organization as “UK’s leading providers of post graduate nutritional therapy education.” When I finally looked at it more closely, I realized it is run by the founders of this supplement company.

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