Browse these databases of hundreds of thousands of beauty, household, personal care, and grocery items for your home and family. Each guide contains top rated products to help you avoid chemicals, toxins and unwanted ingredients in your food and consumer goods.
The Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch
Provides information and recommendations to help you choose seafood that's fished or farmed in ways that have less impact on the environment. Type in your favorite seafood to receive recommendations on specific varieties that are better for your health and the ecosystem.
The Natural Resources Defense Council’s Smart Seafood Buying Guide
Discusses facts and concerns to consider when buying your favorite seafood. The guide also features a mercury content chart to help you avoid unwanted neurotoxins in your seafood.
PubMed’s Nutrition Research Articles
Anything you could ever want to know about the scientific nature of food and nutrition can be found in PubMed’s library. Browse these scientifically backed case studies, articles, tutorials, guides and medical queries, and subscribe to their newsletter to stay informed.
Start Your Own Home Garden Guide
My friend Chip reached out to me to offer GLW members this incredible guide for starting your very own home garden. What better way to know where your food comes from than to grow it yourself? This free resource contains everything you could ever need to know about growing local, sustainable, healthy food.
Training and Sports Nutrition Research Articles
I don’t usually recommend other blogs as resources, however Dr. Layne Norton and his team offer the most credible breakdown of relevant, easy to understand information around sports nutrition and fitness training to help you understand-- not just meet-- your goals.