The Non-Obsessive Way of Eating

Eating Healthy to Live Healthy

Interesting Items, Links and other Stuff

Interesting links


During my research and reading, I have come across hundreds of interesting links and informative websites (as well as purely $$ driven sites and scams!) that have informed my writing and my opinions. I do not necessarily agree with them all, or all the points they make. However at Towards a Non-Obsessive Way of Eating I do try to present a balanced position and aim to present alternative views on how  eating healthy to live healthy can take on a variety of forms. If these interesting links encourage you to explore a more healthy, enjoyable and sound way of eating – fantastic!

Here you will find a list of links to sites that I have found to be different, controversial, or not run of the mill, as well as ones that just have just plain common sense ideas expressed, and that I believe are worth while sharing.


Montgomery Heart and Wellness

Montgomery Heart & Wellness combine state-of-the-art medicine with a more natural approach to treating chronic illnesses. Dr. Montgomery recommends a novel nutrition plan of a whole-food, plant-based diet focusing on minimally processed foods, as a unique health and wellness intervention to treat chronic illnesses like heart disease, diabetes, hypertension and obesity – with minimal drugs … read more


A history of advice on alcohol

1947  Medicinal drinking


Along with the famous “Guinness is good for you” slogan, this advert from 1947 gives us a little insight … read more

Eat Like A Normal Person

How to lose weight eating normally

This website proposes a theory that explains obesity, anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder. It explains why obesity rates have exploded in the last few decades and why losing weight and maintaining it seems so hard. It offers a solution that is simple to implement and results in you returning to (or arriving at) a healthy physique with minimal concerted effort.

Portion, package or tableware size for changing selection and consumption of food, alcohol and tobacco

A review of how different sized, shaped or portions of food, alcohol or tobacco presented to adults and children, or of items of tableware (such as plates or glasses) used to consume them, effect their choices when selecting these.