Today I ate a Rainbow

Today I Ate A Rainbow chart as a way to keep track of the produce that their daughter was eating while at the same time encouraging her to take responsibility for her food choices. Visit Site, has a single goal for the site: To help as many people as possible with celiac disease get diagnosed and living a happy, healthy gluten-free life. Visit Site

MyFitnessPal Food Intake Tracker

Millions of people have lost weight with MyFitnessPal’s FREE calorie counter App. Get free access to the world’s largest nutrition and calorie database — over 5 million foods. Visit Site

Harvard Nutrition Source

The Nutrition Source aims to provide timely, evidence-based information on diet and nutrition for clinicians, allied health professionals, and the public. Visit Site

Health Notes by Publix

Publix have partnered with Healthnotes™. So, day or night, you can get the latest articles and information about a variety of health topics. Visit Site

Autism Research Institute

The Autism Research Institute (ARI) was established in 1967 by autism pioneer and advocate, Dr. Bernard Rimland. Dr. Rimland single-handedly destroyed the claim that autism was caused by poor parenting in his 1964 book titled Infantile Autism. Visit Site

Green Med Info exists in order to provide convenient and open access to the biomedical research available today on the therapeutic value of natural substances in disease prevention and treatment. Visit Site

The Sugar Scourge

When I was a youngin’ in my early 20’s, the low fat craze was gaining some serious traction. I imprinted hard on the concept. In fact, I specifically remember going to the grocery store with “low fat” in mind and…

Cell Phones: Use them, but from a distance.

In 2011, WHO categorized cell phone radiation as a possible carcinogen—with good reason. If you’re not using a head set or speaker setting with your phone, it’s time to switch. Seriously. And don’t carry your phone in your pocket- or…

Cashew Mayo

If you’re dairy-free or egg-free, you’re going to love this. This is a versatile, creamy-smooth dressing that suits many applications. Use it as is instead of mayo (in fact, we like to call it “nayo”), or add more liquid for…