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After a busy first week of this semester and without a lot of food pictures or recipes to share, I thought it would be the best opportunity to give you a great bunch of resources which I use to get healthy, sensible advice regarding my eating. (I already linked up some resources for advice on intuitive eating here – if you are searching for them.) eatfood

In Defense of Food – Michael Pollan

You can call it my bible when it comes to healthy, mindful eating. It isn’t a free resource, so if you do not want to spend money on the book, you can google a lot of Michael Pollans advice or check your local library for the book.


Foxes Mate For Life

I had a big smile on my face when I stumbled over this tumblr note yesterday. Seriously it is kind of that easy and no matter how many words you spend giving diet advice – those few words pretty much sum it up. Thanks to Chelsea for that!

Caro Gets Fit on Intuitive Eating

Caro is such a great person. She found her eating balance and started losing weight naturally. Her tumblr is also worth a visit.

Kris Carr’s advice on Meal Planning

Though I am not eating vegan anymore, I still love to follow Kris Carr’s blog and have her cookbook in my shelf. Recently she shared a post on Meal Planning and I thought it might be useful to all of you who have a busy schedule and still want to eat healthily.

Sarah Jenks – Live More, Weigh Less

If you are an emotional eater and want to get back in touch with your bodies need of food this is a great source to start. Sarah offers a psychological approach and in my opinion every person who struggles with weight loss should start dealing with the struggles within first.


Hungry for Change the Movie (it is screened for free 21st – 31st March 2013)

The last resource for today is one of the finest eating documentaries out there. I actually decided to make this post because it is screened free for one more week and you should use the opportunity and watch it. You probably recognize a few of the people talking: Kris Carr (my health guru, mentioned above), Jon Gabriel who developed a method of losing weight without dieting or Joe Cross with his amazing, entertaining documentary Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead.

I hope you find something useful to you and I would love you to share some of your favorite resources when it comes to healthy, mindful diet advice!