I'm looking for the outcome of all this without needing to know everything like Dr. Peat. From reading his dense site and the suggestions of this site I've been able to get fractions of helpful info, like a puzzle I haven't completed yet. If your diet and lifestyle is healthy, what are you doing?
Can you help someone who simply doesn't want to spend the rest of their life researching diet and wellness? I don't want to amass a lot of time researching this when people have been naturally healthy until recent history. Knowing what you're eating daily, I can use common sense from there. Thanks.
If you really want to try and fix issues with your body I imagine you will have to do at least SOME reading. I'm definitely not an expert on Dr. Peats ideas but can still piece together bits and pieces in order to suit me. I'd re
commend reading some of Danny Roddy's stuff if you find Peat too hard to digest and also using this forums search tool to read up on certain issues that effect you.
If it's as simple as you just want to track what macronutrients, vitamins and minerals you're putting in your body daily then Chronometer is a very useful tool, although reportedly inaccurate for some things. That being said it will still be able to give you a rough idea of whats going on.
EDIT : Re-reading your post it seems you're at a similar stage to me regarding all of this, my advice would be if you feel you have solid footing on a start to where you want to be, experiment, find out what works for you and what doesn't and go from there. Introduce things slowly and gradually so you can ascertain what exactly is affecting you positively/negatively. You also might find some of the testimonial blogs helpful if you're looking for others experiences but at the end of the day, everyone reacts to things differently.