Useful diet links
These web sites are complimentary to the Scandinavian Diet and offer nutritional insights, diet news, access to nutritional research and motivational support.
Mark Sisson is on a mission to empower people to take full responsibility for their own health and enjoyment of life by investigating, discussing and critically rethinking everything we've assumed to be true about health and wellness.
Dr Briffa says "I’m a naturally-oriented medical doctor, author and speaker. My work is dedicated to providing honest and trustworthy holistic health advice that can be used to combat and prevent illness, overcome everyday ailments, enhance energy and bring a greater sense of wellbeing. The advice you’ll find on this site is based on a mix of scientific research and 20 years of clinical experience (with, I hope, a healthy dose of common sense thrown in too)."
Andreas Eenfeldt is a Swedish medical doctor specialised in family medicine. He says "I want to find out how to get as healthy as possible using natural methods such as diet, exercise and perhaps a supplement (vitamin D) or two. The idea to eat less fat and less saturated fat was certainly a mistake. Inadvertently that advice may be the biggest reason behind the epidemics of obesity and diabetes. More and more people realize this. It's time for a health revolution. This blog is a place to learn about this for free. Do you want real food, better health and weight loss without hunger?"
Dr Barry Groves says of his site: "This website aims to expose dietary and medical misinformation. It includes nutritional information and nutritional facts about the various recommendations coming from governments. It also lists a wide range of over 70 diseases from the serious such as cancer, to the less serious such as acne, all of which are caused or exacerbated by a so-called 'healthy' diet. All articles are fully supported by citations and references to mainstream, peer-reviewed medical, nutritional and other scientific journals to allow you to check that what is written here is correct."
Zoe Harcombe says the Harcombe Diet“ is the result of 20 years of research trying to answer the question “Why on earth do we have an obesity problem, let alone an epidemic, when we want more than anything else in the world to be slim?”
Nutritionist Resource was set up to connect visitors with a wealth of information and the ability to search for the most suitable nutritionist anywhere in the UK.