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    I've spent a few hours on Harvard Health. Seems to be authoritative / well researched content.

    They do try and sell you a bunch of access / courses. Which might be worth it if you like some of their content.

    https://www.health.harvard.edu/

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    Quote Originally Posted by shri
    I've spent a few hours on Harvard Health. Seems to be authoritative / well researched content.

    They do try and sell you a bunch of access / courses. Which might be worth it if you like some of their content.

    https://www.health.harvard.edu/
    Yes would second that site, have used it quite a lot in the last few months.

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    Thank you Shri! I'll check it out


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kronosoma87
    I am looking for to get more generic knowledge on how our body works an the relationship with what we need to eat.

    Understanding more how our body works and what it needs will help to make better choices regarding the food that daily we bring into our body.
    Quote Originally Posted by Kronosoma87

    I'll check the Public Library than.
    Look for books on nutrition and to understand the body's processes, look for books on biology and human physiology. Books on food science and biochemistry would also be useful.
    Last edited by Ebi the shrimp; 15-01-2019 at 03:29 PM.

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