See below for downloads, weblinks, and list of authors and blogs.
Nutrition Data – enter any food and see it’s nutrition label, macronutrient profile, and glycemic load.
Soaking Grains/Legumes – proper preparation tips if you choose to eat legumes.
Whole Grain Quiz – notice most are NOT whole grains and a number of the ones that are contain large amounts of added sugar. If you choose to eat “whole grains” choose wisely.
SEAFOOD LINKS: Here are some guides to help you choice the best seafood. Look for a variety, but ideally go for the smallest fish (they accumulate less toxins than larger, older fish) that are highest in Omega 3’s. (sardines)
This will be an ever growing list of scientists, physicians, researchers and real people who are on the leading edge of the REAL FOOD movement…
(yes, I’ve literally read all but two or three of these books…)
Ron Rosedale – Rosedale Diet. Dr. Rosedale is one of my absolute favorites. No nonsense, solid information. His ideas are constantly and consistently being validated by the modern science.
Teicholz, Nina – The Big Fat Surprise.
Robert Lustig – Fat Chance. Sugar the Bitter Truth. Well known pediatric endocrinologist. Very good book.
Tom Naughton – Fat Head Movie. Check out the links on my “Basics” page.
Loren Cordain – The Paleo Answer. One of, if not the father of the modern Paleo diet.
Arthur Devany – New Evolution Diet. One of the fathers of Paleo.
Walls, Terry – The Wahls Protocol: How I Beat Progressive MS
Robb Wolf – Paleo Solution. One of the current thought leaders. A bit outdated.
Eric Westman – The New Atkins for a New You. Atkins with the proper focus on food quality.
Melissa Hartwig – It Starts with Food. One of my favorite books to recommend.
Chris Kresser – Your Personal Paleo Code. Well thought out and and science based.
Denise Minger – Raw food SOS blog, Death By Food Pyramid.
Paul Jaminet – Perfect Health Diet. Solid science behind a solid real food diet.
Diane Sanfilipo – Practical Paleo. Very straightforward and accessible Paleo book. Many meal plans.
Mira Calton – Rich Food Poor Food. Helps you choose the healthiest foods at the grocery store.
Steven Gundry – Diet Evolution. Hopefully he will have a new book coming out some day.
Jeff Volek & Steven Phinney – The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Living
Michael Polan – In Defense of Food
Sean Croxton – The Dark Side of Fat Loss
Servan-Schrieber – Anticancer: A New Way of Life. Read these last two books for cancer prevention ideas.
Rebecca Katz – The Cancer-Fighting Cookbook.
Richard Beliveau – Foods to Fight Cancer
Spritzler, Franziska – The Low Carb Dietician’s Guide to Health
Champ, Colin – Misguided Medicine
Cohen, Suzy – Drug Muggers
Zot, Cristian – Ketone Power
Simmonds, A – Principia Ketogenica
Robinson, Jo – Eating on the Wild Side
Puma, John – Chef MD’s Big Book of Culinary Medicine
Nichols, Lily – Real Food for Gestational Diabetes
Nikoley, Richard – Free the Animal
Durant, John – The Paleo Manifesto
JJ Virgin – Sugar Impact Diet
Houston, Mark – What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Heart Disease
Wolfe, Liz – Eat the Yolks
Jenny Ruhl’s – bloodsugar101 blog a solid site for practical information for patients with Type 2 Diabetes or Prediabetes. Instead of rehashing what Jenny does so well explaining, I’ll just direct you to here website. Even if you just know someone with diabetes you owe it to yourself to learn what’s on this website. (I disagree with some of her conclusions on some medications, but ovreall her site is very helpful and practical.)
Dr. Bernstein’s Diabetes Solution. Authored by a physician who’s lived with diabetes for over 60 years! If you have any doubt that a low carb diet for diabetes works, check out his work and his personal story.