For the treatment, reversal and prevention of lifestyle-related chronic disease, the American College of Lifestyle Medicine recommends an eating plan based predominantly on a variety of minimally processed vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, nuts and seeds.
(as of 11.6.23)
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics:
"The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics offers information on nutrition and health, from meal planning and prep to choices that can help prevent or manage health conditions and more."
American Institute for Cancer Research:
"There are several benefits from healthy eating that can have a positive impact on reducing your risk of developing cancer. This includes maintaining a healthy weight, an increase energy for physical activity and a better immune system."
Full Plate Living from Ardmore Institute of Health:
"Full Plate Living is a free membership offered by the non-profit Ardmore Institute of Health. It will teach you how to start eating a high-fiber diet — a delicious, scientifically proven approach that can lead to more energy, lower cholesterol, better blood sugar, and weight loss."