Diets - Lifestyle

I reluctantly call any of these resources Diets. They aren't. Diets fail, period. These are lifestyle changes. Changes in your diet that you can actually stick to and get healthy. You will NOT find the diets recommended by the American Heart Association, the American Diabetes Association, or any other governmental resource. Why? Because their diet recommendations are far outdated, are not sustainable and will not make you healthy. Look at Americans. Even those following these government recommended diets are still sick and obese. The resources below will help you break that cycle. Even though the diets/lifestyles vary, you will be hard pressed to find one that will not help you get healthy. Remember though, what works for one person may not work for you. Everyone is different. I don't follow any particular "diet". I use these resources and then tweak them to fit our needs.

Bulletproof®

Home of Dave Asprey's famous BULLETPROOF DIET™ and BULLETPROOF® Coffee. His website is packed full of great information and his podcast is one of my absolute favorites. Truly unique. Lots of info on the Ketogenic Diet as well.

Dr. Cate Shanahan

She has two decades of clinical experience and expertise in genetic and biochemical research. She is the author of Food Rules: A Doctor's Guide to Healthy Eating and Deep Nutrition: Why Your Genes Need Traditional Food. She is also a consultant for the LA Lakers. Located in Newtown, CT.

Dr. Mark Hyman

Dr. Mark Hyman is a world renowned Functional Medicine doctor with the philosophy that food is medicine, and he prefers to get to the root of the problem rather than just prescribe medication to treat symptoms. His office is at the UltraWellness Center in Lenox, Massachusetts along with his team of doctors and health professionals.

JJ Virgin

I listen to her podcasts all the time. It took me some time to get past how she sounds like bubble head...too up beat for me I guess. She is, however a very smart woman. She gives practical advice on nutrition and fitness.

Low FODMAP Diet

The Low FODMAP diet was developed by researchers at Monash University. They believe that a Low FODMAP diet improves the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Some doctors believe it can also help people with SIBO. Many functional medicine doctors use this diet for patients that they believe will benefit from it.

Mark's Daily Apple / The Primal Blueprint

Probably my second favorite. Home of Mark Sisson's famous The Primal Blueprint, a diet/lifestyle blueprint. A back to basics nutrition and exercise philosophy. No processed foods and no killing yourself at the gym. You'll also find practical information on the Ketogenic Diet.

Robb Wolf

My favorite resource for Paleo diet information. Guess why? Because he's not neurotic about it and knows that everyone is different and may need some of the foods not allowed in the Paleo diet. Robb Wolf is a former research biochemist, an author, and one of the world’s leading experts in Paleolithic nutrition (Paleo Diet).

The Paleo Mom

Home of the award winning Paleo blog started by Dr. Sarah Ballantyne, PhD. Learn about nutrition, lifestyle, autoimmunity and the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP). And find lots of recipes, including AIP recipes.

The Whole30 Program ®

Described as a short term nutritional reset. End unhealthy cravings and habits, restore a healthy immune system and metabolism, heal your gut. Change your life.

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