resources

Saturday, November 15th, 2014 |

If you are interested in nutrition and food policy, here are some ways to learn more.

We do not endorse one particular approach to eating, but we suggest the following resources as a way of helping you figure out what might be the best approach for you.  Many of the resources below are created by HNC supporters and members, but others are unrelated to our organization.  It would be inaccurate to assume any mutual affiliation or endorsement.

BLOGS AND WEBSITES

BOOKS

Fat, It’s Not What You Think
– Connie Leas

Food Fight: the Citizen’s Guide to a Food and Farm Bill
– Daniel Imhoff

Genocide
– James A Carlson

Know Your Fats
– Mary G Enig, PhD

Nourishing Traditions
– Sally Fallon and Mary Enig

Nutrition and Physical Degeneration
– Weston A Price, DDS

Nutrition by the Numbers
– Christopher Ramsden, MD

Protein Power
– Michael R Eades, MD and Mary Dan Eades, MD

Raising Less Corn, More Hell
– George Pyle

The Stubborn Fat Fix
– Valerie Berkowitz, RD

The Vegetarian Myth
– Lierre Keith

Why We Get Fat
– Gary Taubes