The more I work with people and food, the more I realize how individual people’s need are. There are so many excellent resources online. Here are a few that I recommend regularly:
Dinner, A Love Story – No special diet here, just well written, humorous anecdotes and recipes that explore parenting, cooking for kids and the importance of the family meal. She’s written a few cookbooks too.
100 Days of Real Food – How a family changed their diet to whole foods only.
Worlds Healthiest Foods – A good resource for simple whole food recipes and nutrition information about different foods, although I find this one a little hard to navigate.
American Institute of Cancer Research – has nutrition information and a growing database of healthy whole food recipes.
FERMENTED FOODS – I often recommend the consumption of fermented foods to improved digestive health.
Or you might be ready for some kimchi!
I love the book “Fermented Vegetables” by Christopher and Kirsten Shockey so much that I wrote a book review about in 2015.
The Whole Life Nutrition Kitchen – Whole food inspiration, with recipes that are mainly gluten, dairy and soy free. Vegetarian, vegan and omnivore options.
Elana’s pantry – A huge resource for gluten free, grain free, paleo and specific carbohydrate diets.
Paleoplan – A paleolithic diet resource.
Every Day Paleo – Another paleolithic diet resource.
FODMAPS – for people who need to avoid highly fermentable carbohydrates (i.e. gas and bloating)
SPECIFIC CARBOHYDRATE DIET – used in some digestive cases, especially IBD
Breaking the Vicious Cycle – based on the book that introduced SCD
SCD lifestyle – A resource for specific carbohydrate diet as well as many survival and healing tips for celiac disease and inflammatory bowel disease.
Comfy Belly – choose “SCD recipes”
Elana’s Pantry (above) – both have some SCD recipes
VEGETARIAN – also see Whole Life Nutrition Kitchen above
Vesanto Melina – A good resource for vegan, vegetarian and raw food diets.
Oh She Glows – some yummy recipes here
Joel Fuhrman – I like Dr Fuhrman’s approach to a “nutritarian” lifestyle