Eat Real Food Wider Communities
Useful Links to the wider Eat Real Food Community
Our GP colleagues at New Forest Primary Care Network and Low Carb Freshwell have great websites so please do check them out. It is very exciting to see more of these websites popping up around the country.
Adelaide Medical Centre – Low Carb Info – All you need to know to get you started on your low carb journey (amclowcarb.com)
Dr Joanne Mccormack is a retired British GP who writes this blog and she is one of the founding members of Public Health Collaboration UK.
Dr Ian Lake is a retired Gloucestershire GP (also another founding member of PHC UK) who has lived with Type 1 Diabetes for 26 years and is passionate about supporting all diabetics especially Type 1s. If you are a type 1 diabetic and nothing has worked for you so far, do consider checking out this website.
PHC is a UK based charity dedicated to informing and implementing healthy decisions for better public health. PHC have been responsible for bringing together many like-minded health care professionals and spearheading the Real Food movement.
Diet Doctor is a popular world renowned low carb website that runs an excellent low carb programme and has lots of great recipes. They have lots of information on the low carb approach including ketogenic diets and intermittent fasting.
Diabetes.co.uk has one of the largest diabetic forums and has a good low carb programme as well. Their website has good resources.
Dr Rangan Chatterjee has been inspirational for us and we also recommend checking out his website. His podcasts Feel Better Live More are also very insightful and thought provoking.
The Real Food Campaign is a wonderful website that captures the bigger picture about Real Food and they discuss issues like diversity, sustainability, soil health and many aspects related to Real Food.
Keto Fitness Club is another UK based keto website. They have great recipes and their low carb breads are good! They run workshops and cooking classes. They also provide meal plans.
BJ Fogg has been researching the science of habits at Stanford University for 20 years. He has written a must-read book titled Tiny Habits if you want to understand the science of behaviour change and to realise the effectiveness of making small changes. He has a free 5- day programme which is worth checking out as well.