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Sites I go to when researching health, fitness, lab tests, supplements and prescription meds. Please feel free to add your own in the Comments section! I should say up front that most of these folks ruffle feathers in the traditional medicine community. Some also sell products. You will have to judge for yourself what makes sense to you. That’s the beauty of taking control of your own health decisions.
Most of these sites have useful communities or forums. Check them out.
Tim Ferriss’ The 4 Hour Body covers all things related to the human body. He’s a well known bio-hacker. fourhourbody.com
I’m just getting to know Dr. Perlmutter’s web site. So far I’m liking what I see. He’s a neurologist, nutritionist and functional medicine doctor. If you don’t know what functional medicine is, it’s worth your time to look it up. drperlmutter.com
Dr. Mercola’s website is my go-to site for many things medical. Some of his thoughts may seem “out there” but many believe he is way ahead of his time. See his fitness site as well. I’m a big fan. mercola.com
Dr. Sahelian has some interesting thoughts and ideas on supplements. Because he experiments on himself, his comments have some credibility. raysahelian.com
Dr. Peter Attia’s personal story is fascinating. He’s a serious biohacker, athlete and researcher with some really insightful research. eatingacademy.com
This is a great resource for researching supplements. examine.com/supplements
Bodybuilders are serious biohackers. Learn about hormones, weight loss, fitness and more. forum.bodybuilding.com
More “for the masses” but LiveStrong has some great ideas about health and fitness. livestrong.com
Government web site on medications: www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginformation.html
Pubmed is a great place to find primary resources and studies of all things medical. pubmed.gov