Healthy Eating Resources
Below you will find some links to websites for your continued education on healthy eating.
"The George Mateljan Foundation is a non-profit organization free of commercial influence, which provides this website for you free of charge. Our purpose is to provide you with unbiased scientific information about how nutrient-rich World's Healthiest Foods can promote vibrant health and energy and fit your personal needs and busy lifestyle."
"Here is the place where you can find useful pieces of information about this healthy, traditional diet. We have tried to provide you with essential information about the Mediterranean diet and Mediterranean foods."
"Welcome to the 'home of the glycemic index' - the official website for the glycemic index and international GI database which is based in the Human Nutrition Unit, School of Molecular and Microbial Biosciences, University of Sydney. Each month the Group publishes a free e-newsletter, GI News, to bring consumers and health professionals up to date with the latest GI research from around the world."
"Our nutrition advice is based on the DASH eating plan - a diet with more scientific proof behind it than any other eating plan. The DASH Diet is a well-balanced way of eating that provides lots of choice and is easy to learn. It centers on real foods, not chemicals, food labels, or supplements. It is rich in fruits, vegetables, and low-fat dairy foods and reduced in red meat, fats, and sweets. This healthy way of eating has been thoroughly tested in several large studies sponsored by the National Institutes of Health and has been scientifically proven to help people lose weight, lower their blood pressure and cholesterol, and even improve how they feel!"
"People with hypertension (high blood pressure) or prehypertension may be told by their physicians to adopt the DASH diet. The DASH diet eating plan has been proven to lower blood pressure in studies sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension). The DASH diet involves eating more fruits and vegetables, and low-fat or non-fat dairy."