Physical Medicine and Nutrition Recommended Links
Arbor Nutrition Guide
Nutritional resources and information for both lay and professional audiences; site managed by an Australian physician, Dr. Tony Helman.
American Dietetic Association (ADA)
Includes abstracts of articles from Journal of the American Dietetic Association; ADA's Nationwide Nutrition Network, a national registered dietitian referral service; and links to food and nutrition resources.
American Chiropractic Association
Includes abstracts of articles published in JACA: Journal of the American Chiropractic Association, research and legislative information, and a catalog of products.
Includes a nutrient identifier tool that tells you what can be found in various foods, and various food lists such as "foods to help with sleep."
Linus Pauling Institute
Articles and podcasts on the health role of diet, micronutrients, phytochemicals, oxidative stress and inflammation. Linus Pauling co-founded this research institute and coined the term "orthomolecular medicine."
NATS: Nutrition Analysis Tools and System
Provides nutritional analysis tools to help consumers understand and improve their diets; includes nutrition analysis, energy calculator, suggested foods, and other options.
Office of Dietary Supplements, National Institutes of Health
Includes dietary supplement fact sheets, a dietary supplement database, IBIDS (International Bibliographic Information on Dietary Supplements Database), and conference/workshop information.
Nutrition for Kids: Activities and WebQuests
Online activities and games to teach kids about nutrition.
VitaSearch: Current Research in Nutrition and Integrative Medicine
Published by Tishcon Corporation, it includes the "Clinical Pearls" database that summarizes research in the field of nutritional science; also includes an IBIDS database, and consumer advice healthnotes.
Weston A. Price Foundation
The Foundation for Wise Traditions in Food, Farming and the Healing Arts. Includes articles on traditional diets, non-toxic agriculture, organic and biodynamic farming. Favors nutrient-dense whole foods and raw milk. Critical of vegetarian diets and soy products.