We are listing website links for ideas to explore food, healthy choices, inspirational stories and recipes. They are not in any particular order at this time and we are adding resources regularly. These are potential content contributors to our upcoming book.
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Fed Up Movie – Documentary film to help you understand problems sugar in foods is causing.
Gillian McKeith Research Research information for better health
The Good Guide (food rating system)
Elana’s Pantry (Paleo Cooking)
Skinny Chef – Jennifer Iserloh – promoting healthy, vibrant lifestyles though a diet of delicious and nutritious easy-to-prepare meals.
Culinary Concierge – Christine Couvelier – market trends consultant
A Healthier America – making the healthy choice the easy choice.
Yuri Elkaim Live your healthiest and fittest life.
The Edible School Yard Project– Building and sharing a sustainable food curriculum for all schools.
Sreaming Avocado – high school culinary arts program – student run cafeteria project which grows food.
In Defense of Food – Book by Michael Pollen – We can relearn which foods are healthy, develop simple ways to moderate our appetites, and return eating to its proper context — out of the car and back to the table.
Food Hackathon – innovation movement to transform the food system – improve the food system.
The Delicious Revolution – Joy Houston – certified Raw Food Nutrition Educator who helps people incorporate more fresh foods into their everyday diet.
Slow Money – future entrepreneurship – investing in food enterprises – seeding the future
Feed The Children – was founded in 1979 with the mission of providing hope and resources for those without life’s essentials.
No Wheat, No Dairy, No Problem – Chef Lauren Hoover recipes after discovering food allergies and sensitivities.
Rocky Mountain Analytical – laboratory services to detect food sensitivities
Koj Fruit Drinks – flawless soft drinks – Inspired by an ancient Japanese infusion process, KOJI is made with a secret blend of carbonated spring water and a complex extract of natural fruits.
Dr Joey Shulman– Eat well, live well….naturally – philosophy of “improve the quality of your food to improve the quality of your life”
The Kids Cook Monday – When kids pitch in making meals, they’re empowered to consider the portions, the vitamins and the nutrients of what they’re eating.
All Faiths Food Bank – Feeding hungry children program example – Cooking Matters Program
NEAD USA Nutrition & Exercise vs Addiction & Disease – Turn to nature for answers
Solid Ground Buiding Communities to end poverty
Cooking for Kids By Summer Banks