Helpful Websites


I wanted to share some of the helpful websites that have science-based educational information on the American College of Lifestyle Medicine Pillars of Health (general health, nutrition, physical activity, sleep, stress, toxic exposures and social support). I will not get any commission or compensation in case you  decide to visit these websites. I simply believe that these websites share reputable science-based information that you may find helpful. Feel free to reach out of you have any questions.


  • American College of Lifestyle Medicine.
  • What is Lifestyle Medicine?
  • Health Line.
  • Center for Science in Public Interest. Healthy Living.
  • Healthy Living Guide.
  • Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion.



  • American Cancer Society: Eat Healthy.
  • ACLM: Food As Medicine:
  • American Nutrition and Dietetics.
  • Fruits and veggies,
  • The World’s Healthiest Foods.
  • Nutrition Facts.
  • Forks Over Knives.
  • Eating Well.
  • Health Line: Nutrition.
  • My Plate.
  • Chronometer – Track Nutrition and Count Calories.
  • Nutrition: USDA.
  • The Nutrition Source – Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health.
  • American Society for Nutrition.
  • Eat Right.
  • USFDA: How to understand and read the nutrition label.
  • CDC: Nutrition.
  • Nutrition: Healthy Children.
  • National Institutes of Health: Diet and Nutrition.
  • Mayo Clinic: Nutrition Basics.
  • Tufts University: Health and Nutrition Newsletter.
  • EWG Water quality reports by zip code.


  • Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans.
  • Physical Activity recommendations for different age groups.
  • American Heart Association.
  • ACSM Physical Activity Guidelines.
  • Exercise is medicine.
  • Exercise database and library.


  • Healthy Sleep.
  • Better Sleep.
  • Get enough sleep.
  • Sleep: How much you need.
  • Healthy sleep habits.


  • American Psychological Association.
  • American Institute of Stress.
  • Stress.
  • Stress Facts Sheet.
  • Coping with stress.
  • National Institute of Mental Health.
  • Mental Health.


  • Social Support.
  • Social support for stress relief.
  • Strengthen your support network.
  • Social support systems.


  • Hazardous substances.
  • Chemicals and Toxins.
  • Health effects from chemical exposures.
  • Common poisons.
  • Toxic chemical at home.
  • Prevention of toxic exposures.
  • Common toxins.
  • Avoid common chemicals.
  • Household chemicals and their risks.