Cookbooks I use and find very useful
Nourishing traditions – this is not only a book with recipes, but also a book that offers great information about nutrition
Parenting books I read and loved
The way of boys
Websites I read frequently
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The World’s Healthiest Foods website has great free nutritional advice and numerous free, fast, and easy recipes that use whole foods.
Are you looking for a specific article? Or are you looking for the latest research regarding a particular topic? Pubmed has it. Pubmed is a free database maintained by the United States National Library of Medicine. It has articles back to 1966 or earlier. You can read full articles or only abstracts.
The Non-GMO Project is a “non-profit organization committed to preserving and building sources of non-GMO products, educating consumers, and providing verified non-GMO choices”.
Environmental Working Group (“EWG”) helps us learn how to lead a healthy life in a healthy environment. Everything on the EWG website is based on research. A database of products and information about them is included on the EWG website and includes sections on consumer products, energy, farming, water, food, and toxics. In the consumer guides portion of the EWG website are guides to cosmetics, sunscreens, pesticides in produce, healthy cleaning, cell phone use, meat eating, and many others.
This website is rich in resources. David Suzuki is a famous Canadian scientist well-known for his 1960’s TV show “The Nature of Things”. The David Suzuki Foundation is involved in issues regarding our water, wildlife, climate, and health. One of its goals is “to conserve our environment and find solutions that will create a sustainable Canada through science-based research, education and policy work”. Do you want to decrease your environmental footprint? Check out this great website and find out many ways to do it.