List of resources on different subjects you might want to include in your lfrv course.Recommended books/resources and helpful content:Food Combining Made Easy
-- Herbert Shelton. The bible on food combining. Includes combining rules for non-lfrv foods, which is valuable knowledge for everyone regardless of their current dietary path.
pp. 9-10 -- food groups (note that Shelton includes most nuts and animal foods under protein foods, with some cross referenced in the 'fats'. Shelton looked at the content of foods in terms of weight not calories)The 80/10/10 Diet
- Dr. Doug
p. 103 Protein content of foods (%/cals)
p. 113 Fat content of select foods (nuts, beef, pie, chicken etc.)The China Study
-- T. Colin Campbell (2006 Benbella paperback)
p. 74 -- comparison of rural Chinese vs. SAD dietary intakes (kcals, fat, protein, fiber etc.)
Healthy at 100
-- John Robbins (2007 Ballantine paperback)
p. 57 -- comparison of traditional diets (Hunza, Abkhasia, Vilcabamba)
p. 90 -- Okinawan vs. SAD food intake (animal food consumption in particular)
Ch. 7 is a good summary of the China Study.
'The Dirty Dozen' -- most and least sprayed produce chart.http://www.foodnews.org/