Here are some great online resources that we recommend for additional reading and up-to-date information from leading experts in the area of whole food plant based diets

International Journal of Disease Reversal and Prevention

An online journal sponsored by the Plantician Project, a not-for-profit corporation whose mission is “to educate, equip and empower physicians, healthcare practitioners and other healthcare influencers with knowledge about the indisputable benefits of plant-based nutrition. To provide them with the resources they, in turn, use to inform and inspire their patients and constituents to shift from the unhealthy Western diet to a life-changing, whole-food plant-based lifestyle”.

Skin and Diet by Katta MD

Board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Rajani Katta, addresses many of the questions about the link between skin and diet. She specifically, utilizing evidence-based recommendations, addresses the power of diet to repair and renew skin damage caused by oxidation, inflammation, and glycation, the three major forces that cause skin damage. A very simple, easy to navigate , and information-packed website.

Plant-Based Diet and Kidney Health | National Kidney Foundation

Information on the National Kidney Foundation Website regarding the benefits of a plant-based diet on kidney health. This site contains specific foods and plant-based diet plans that help prevent kidney damage in Type2 diabetes and other medical conditions.

MD Anderson Organization

Article on the MD Anderson Cancer Clinic website explaining the 5 benefits of a plant-based diet: it boosts your immune system, reduces inflammation, maintains a healthy weight, increases fiber, and reduces cancer risk. 

Nutrition Facts Organization

A new drug or surgical procedure has a corporate budget to make sure your doctor, and you, hear about it. Nutritional studies however have no such profit motive. As Dr. Michael Gregor, who started NutritionFacts.org, asks “when was the last time you saw an ad on television for broccoli”? This website provides a forum for the latest on amazing studies in nutrition demonstrating how simply changing the way we eat can prevent and even reverse many chronic illnesses. It is incorporated as a 501c3 nonprofit charity, is very well presented, and easy to navigate. The site allows us at no charge to view Dr. Gregor’s many up-to-date videos summarizing the latest studies.