There are so many good reasons to eat healthy, but perhaps one of the most important is that a nutritious, toxin-free diet can prevent and treat some chronic illnesses. Although it is true the origins of these diseases are complicated, today’s lifestyle, with its easy access to foods that are highly processed and/or exposed to toxins, can almost certainly exasperate health problems. While there is a lot of conflicting information out there about what foods are safe and beneficial, we at CMSRI highly recommend the following sites for the most comprehensive and up-to-date tips on eating – and living -- healthy:
FitLife endeavors to create a movement that positively influences communities around the world through education, inspiration, and empowerment.
Nature Cures guides readers on smart usage of natural remedies.
The Natural News Network is a non-profit collection of public education websites covering health, environmental sensitivity, consumer choices and informed skepticism.
Mind Body Green
Mindbodygreen (MBG) brings together leaders in the wellness world to give the freshest, most in-the-know advice and tools to help you live your healthiest, happiest life.
100 Days of Real Food
Lisa Leake started 100 Days of Real Food to inspire readers to cut processed food out of their diets and to eat healthy on a budget.
The Food Babe, Vani Hari, focuses on natural alternatives to over-processed food and promotes stricter regulation of the food industry.
Rebecca Katz describes herself as a “culinary translator” who teaches how to joyfully mix great taste and great nutrition in your daily cooking.
Healthy Food Team
The Healthy Food Team blog covers every possible aspect of how healthy eating can affect your life: posts cover beauty, fitness, dieting, pain relief, recipes, natural remedies and essential herbs and oils.
Mercola is an online source of health articles, information on optimal wellness products and food supplements, and medical news from natural health expert Dr. Joseph Mercola.
by Claire Dwoskin
The Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute (CMSRI) is a medical and scientific collaborative established to provide research funding for independent studies on causal factors underlying the chronic disease and disability epidemic.