General GI Issues
webmd.com – A good general resource for a variety of medical and health issues.
healthyeatingresearch.org – A food site about the politics of food, and nutrition and these issues in our schools.
blogs.prevention.com – A blog from the author of Unhealthy Truth, about food allergies in kids, but many other topics are covered.
produceforpantries.com – A site about growing food and sharing it locally.
hsph.harvard.edu – A reliable site about numerous topics, including obesity and nutrition.
autismspeaks.org – This is a good site to learn about the connections between Autism and the frequent GI symptoms.
oley.org – The Oley Foundation offers tools for families dealing with home IV and tube feedings. Find tube feeding tips, and even read stories from other patients and families.
gfreekid.com – A kid friendly informative site regarding gluten free diet
elanaspantry.com – A useful site for info on restrictive diets, and much more.
Celiac.org – The first stop online, in one’s search for info on this condition.
denverceliacs.org – The site to go to for info on celiac support groups in Denver. Also, it has a complete list of restaurants that serve gluten free meals, and lots of recipes.
Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
ccfa.org – The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America website. Start here for information on IBD.
health.clevelandclinic.org – A site for reliable general information on a variety of medical conditions.
iffgd.org – If you have questions about functional gastrointestinal disorders, here’s a starting point.
parents.com – A popular source of information for parents. Some useful info.
share.kaiserpermanente.org – A good site for a variety of health promoting strategies.
wholesomewave.org – Just what it sounds like; to learn more, check out the site.
nutritionalsciences.lamp.utoronto.ca – A site to learn about the basics of food insecurity.
psychcentral.com – Articles on foods as they relate to our mental health
nbcnews.com – Info on our food supply and ill effects.
yaleruddcenter.org – Policy and political aspects of food marketing to children.