Best Health Info
This is my own list of the best sources for diet-related health information. This means hormones, thyroid, technical arguments for eating natural, and supplements.
Hortorf Medical Group
My own dr’s office, The Holtorf Medical Group, in Torrance, Ca. I see Dr Wightman. I can’t thank these people enough. They figured out problems that stumped other doctors for over a decade, seriously. I learned a great deal from them.
Mary Shomon is an author, patient advocate, and speaker on the topic of thyroid and related issues. I guess you could call her a “Professional Angry Patient,” and that’s fine with me. I like to comment on her Facebook page and hear from her many fans on there.
Dr Mark Hyman
I put Dr Hyman on both the Diet and Health Info lists. His writing on what he calls “functional medicine,” or working on “why you are sick,” not just “what disease should I call this?” is logical, and you have to wonder why doesn’t every doctor think that way?
Dr Jack Kruse
In 2011, Nashville neurosurgeon Dr Jack Kruse started writing a remarkable web feature called “The Quilt.” The Quilt is about 30 “longevity levees.” It’s slow reading, but well worth going through.
Dr Andrew Weil
Whatever diet or health question you may have, it’s always useful to see what Dr Weil has to say about it.
Natural Health Sherpa
Natural Health Sherpa is a website that claims, “We are a team of experienced natural health and fitness researchers who have grown sick and tired of hearing bogus, over-inflated claims made by companies hocking the latest so called “miracle” solutions. Having been burned ourselves many times in the past, we decided to share our in-depth research into the natural therapies and programs we’ve either researched or purchased and directly tested ourselves…”
I think the site is pretty good.