The internet is a vast resource that can be overwhelming to search.
How do you know which sources are legitimate and which ones are simply a waste of your time? We have compiled a list of sources, each unique in their approach to solving food, diet, health questions and more, and broken them into different categories.
Dr. Daniel Amen
Dr. Amen is the most recent media doctor. He believes a lot of problems associated with aging are tied to brain function. He has hosted 4 highly successful PBS specials on the importance of brain health, is the author of 24 books, including 3 N.Y. Times best-sellers, Change Your Brain, Change Your Life. He is a physician, psychiatrist, and brain enhancement expert. He advises on improving brain health through food (has a cookbook), supplements, and exercises.
Dr. Mehmet Oz
Dr. Oz, Daytime Emmy Award winning host of “The Dr. Oz Show,” is Vice-Chair and Professor of Surgery at Columbia University. His research interests include heart replacement surgery, minimally invasive cardiac surgery, complementary medicine and health care policy. He has authored over 400 original publications.
Dr. Nicholas Perricone
Dr. Perricone is regarded as the Father of the Inflammation Theory of Aging. His holistic approach to aging treats inflammation in three ways: through diet, “nutriceutical” supplements, and his awardwinning line of skin care products and “cosmeceuticals.”
Dr. Andrew Weil
Best known for establishing and popularizing the field of integrative medicine, Weil is the author of several best-selling books and operates a website and monthly newsletter promoting general health and healthy aging.
Dr. Mark Rosenberg
President and Medical Director for the Institute for Healthy Aging. He has numerous certifications in several different fields of medicine, psychology, and fitness. He has been involved in drug research since 1991, consults to the National Strength and Conditioning Association and is Chief Science Officer and Director of Research and development for Vitalmax Vitamins.