In case you're still hungry...

Web resources:

  1. Raw Milk Producers - a national listing for finding dairy in its most healthful form
  2. Pastured Egg Producers - a national rating system of egg producers and their practices
  3. Fish Selection Guide - those lowest in pollutants, highest in omega-3 and most sustainably harvested
  4. Produce Guide by Season - so you can eat what is in season, for greater nutrition with less money
  5. Omega-3 Foods - a ranking of natural foods highest in omega-3 content, with in-depth links
  6. US Farmer's Markets - an annual ranked list of the 101 best farmer's markets in the United States
  7. Aggregate Nutrient Density Index (ANDI) - an index that ranks foods by key phytochemical content

Books we love:

  1. Fat Land, Greg Crister. A great overview of the prime drivers of obesity in the US
  2. Food Rules, Michael Pollan. For simple, relatable rules of thumb for healthy eating
  3. Salt Sugar Fat, Michael Moss. A searing exposé on agri-businesses and their product
  4. The Ominvore's Dilemma, Michael Pollan. A comprehensive look at 21st C food challenges
  5. What to Eat, Marion Nestle. A definitive guide to making healthy food-related choices
  6. How Not to Die, Michael Greger, MD. Nutrition-based health, scientifically, disease by disease
  7. Real Food Fake Food, Larry Olmsted. The rampant food fraud in businesses and restaurants.

Movies we love:

  1. Forks Over Knives - A treatise on plant-based nutrition
  2. Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead - A man's personal struggle with health
  3. Food Inc. - A look inside the corporate food machine
  4. Food Matters - An appraisal of our current state of health
  5. King Corn - Corn as lens for understanding the food industry
  6. Fed Up - The United States' complicity in creating and promoting unhealthy diets

Websites we visit frequently:

  1. World's Healthiest Foods - For accessible, up-to-date science 
  2. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition - For scientific papers on food health
  3. SELF Nutrition Data - For comprehensive nutrient data on individual foods
  4. National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute of the NIH - A great source for health topics
  5. Harvard School of Public Health: Nutrition Source - For great research at its source
  6. Nutrition Facts - For science- and research-based food truths on far-ranging topics