Books that are good references.
Inflammation Nation by Dr . Chilton
Anti-Inflammation zone by Dr B. Sears
The inflammation syndrome- Jack Challem
Paleo diet- many books
Zone diet- Dr. B. Sears
Inflammation Free diet plan- Monica Reinagel
Med. Diet- many books/websites
Bring the Best out of People- Dr A. Daniels
The 7 habits of very effective people- Steven Covey
The Leadership challenge- Kouzes and Pozner
Wheat Belly- Dr Davis
Grain Brain- Dr Permutter
Food Inc- movie
Excitotoxins- the Taste that kills- Dr. Blaylock
Dr Mercola website, Natural news website
Nutrients and health..
Life Extension website and articles
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