Here are some resources to help you on your journey towards health and wellbeing.
Plant-Powered Heart Health
Plant-Based Nutrition: Local Resources
Plant Powered for Health is a plant-based nutrition support group that meets the 1st Wed of each month at 6 pm. See the web page, https://plantpoweredforhealth.com, for upcoming meetings and events. This group is also active on Facebook.
StirthepotGR is a local plant-based living resource started by Sue Stauffacher. The website has useful information and links for plant-based cooking classes, recipes, and community supper club.
Plant-Based Living Resources: Online
- Informative blog about plant-based living and other healthy lifestyle choices that promote a healthier and happier life.
- The Ultimate Resource Guide for Plant-Base Living provides links to several resources to support you on your journey towards a successful transition into plant-based living.
Nutrition Facts, is hosted by Dr Michael Greger and provides scientific evidence and common sense suggestions for adopting a plant based diet.
The Vegetarian Resource Group (VRG), provides general ideas that promote a vegetarian lifestyle.
Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, promotes health through nutrition while also being an advocate for human and ethical treatment on animals in research.Dietary Supplements
Mytavin: This site is from an independent company that identifies potential nutritional deficiencies correlated with common medications or symptoms.
Skin Deep: This is a resource and app that provides ratings of ingredients in common personal care products.
Consumers Lab: This is company that independently assesses the quality of health and nutritional products. This site requires an annual subscription fee.
Silent Spring Institute is staffed and led by researchers dedicated to science that serves the public interest unfolding the link between environmental chemicals and human health.
Check out their Detox Me app. The most reliable clean lifestyle guide that empowers you to eliminate toxic chemicals from your daily life.
Project TENDR: Targeting Environmental NeuroDevelopmental Risks
Project TENDR is a unique collaboration of leading scientists, health professionals and children’s and environmental advocates. We came together in 2015 out of concern over the now substantial scientific evidence linking toxic environmental chemicals to neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism spectrum disorder, attention deficits, hyperactivity, intellectual disability and learning disorders.
Environmental Health News is an independent, foundation-funded news organization that reports, publishes and contextualizes news stories on environmental topics.
The Environmental Working Group’s mission is to empower people to live healthier lives in a healthier environment. With breakthrough research and education, we drive consumer choice and civic action. Check out there useful consumer guides to learn healthier choices.
The institute offers training as well as professional certification in healthy building inspection, which includes mold diagnosis and mitigation, electromagnetic field evaluation, VOCs and gas leak detection, instruction in air and water filtration systems, and healthy building materials and design and building practices. Visit the Find an Expert section of the Institute’s website for the names of certified Building Biologists near you.
This organization can provide the name of the nearest environmental specialist in your area.
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