Resources

Health and Wellness Blogs

Clean Plates
Clean Program: Detoxification
The Greatist
Mark Bittman
Living Maxwell – Guide to Organic Food and Drink

Cooking Resources

Cooking Equivalents and Conversions
How to Cook Beans for Easier Digestion
How to Cook Fluffy Quinoa
Minimum Cooking Temperatures
Five Types of Salt Every Cook Needs to Know

Nutrition & Wellness Articles

8 Foods We Eat in the US (Banned Elsewhere)
Fruit Juices Versus Smoothies
Got Proof? Lack of Evidence for Milk’s Health Benefits
Health Concerns Around BPA
Healthy Carbs You Should Eat
Is Sugar From Fruit Better For You Than White Sugar?
Raw Cacao Versus Cocoa Powder
Should You Go Gluten Free?
Exercise and Gut Health – New York Times

Being Happy with Sugar – The Atlantic
Juicing is Great, But Sometimes Blending is Better
Is Honey Healthier Than Sugar? – Huffington Post
150 Ways Turmeric Improves Your Health
3 Reasons to Eat Turmeric – Dr. Weil
Is Turmeric as Effective As 14 Other Drugs? – Medical Daily

Sensitive to Gluten? A Carb in Wheat May Be The Culprit – NPR
An Apple A Day…Could Give You Cancer? – Huffington Post
Eating Organic Reduces Pesticide Exposure By 90%
The Trouble With Rice – New York Times
Walking Versus Elliptical Training – New York Times
Garlic Kills Brain Cells Without Side Effects
One Serving of Legumes a Day Keeps ‘Bad Cholesterol’ Away
Proof That Coca Cola Does Not Belong in The Human Body
How Grazing Affects Your Digestive System 

Bad Eating Habits Start in The Womb
Chowing Down on Meat and Dairy Alters Gut Bacteria A Lot, And Quickly
Fast Food Versus the African Diet, the Bacteria Battle Waged in Your Gut
A Guide to Sweeteners – Washington Post
The Toxins That Threaten Our Brain – The Atlantic
The Myth of High-Protein Diets

Nutrition Resources

BPA-Free Canned Products
8 Top Sugar Alternatives
Foods You Should Always Buy Organic (Dirty Dozen Plus)
Health Benefits of Avocados
Health Benefits of Black Beans
Health Benefits of Eggs
Health Benefits of Garlic
Health Benefits of Kale
Juicer Buying Guide
Linus Pauling Institute
Nutrition Action Healthletter
Organic Egg Scorecard
Organic Product Guide
Applause for Avocados – New York Times
Ethnoherbalist
 – Medicinal Plants Resource

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4 thoughts on “Resources

  1. Hi Maribeth: Thank you so much for the great class on anti-inflammatory eating. I learned so much, and the benefits are noticeable and have come surprisingly quickly.
    For example, I have been hydrating more with the ginger, apple cider vinegar and cinnamon tonic and the turmeric tonic. Both are delicious and have helped me to “crowd out” my sweet cravings. I have been sugar free for several months and at this time, I no longer have the sweet cravings, and I am not sleepy at about 2:30 in the afternoon anymore!
    My new mantra, inspired by your class, is “Food is Medicine” (Maribeth Evezich 2017).
    I have incorporated more color and fiber into each meal. The information about the role of phytonutrients in fruits and vegetables (part of the immune system of plants) and the corresponding anti-oxidant force field they provide our immune systems is a revelation.
    I am becoming more aware of the benefits of healthy diet and nutritional quality. Thank you for making the information so approachable, and motivating.
    I look forward to hearing more from the mailing list, website, and your future book (pretty please). Laurie E. Seattle, WA.

    • Laurie –
      Thank you so much for your kind remarks about the anti-inflammatory eating class and the recipes! It is incredibly rewarding to hear how you have applied the class principles and tips to your life with such positive results.

      Yes, please stay tuned. I already have more class enhancements and writing projects in the works.

      Warmly,

      Maribeth

    • Hi Audrey –
      Thanks for stopping by! I always welcome feedback on the site. Were you looking at the reference to date paste on the post about ‘5 Ways to Upgrade Your Oatmeal’? If so, thanks to you, I just realized that the link to ‘how to make and use date paste’was broken. I just fixed it. Thanks for letting me know! -Maribeth

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