"White Papers" at Suppers are a little different from elsewhere since the culture of Suppers requires us to not take a position, to not project the impression that what we say is in any way authoritative. Our only institutional bias regarding food is the quality of the sourcing of whole food. Rather, Suppers asks program users to become their own experts by running food experiments and making observations that lead to more effective diet and lifestyle choices.
Our so-called white papers are springboards to discussion at meetings, and the most commonly used is called How You Feel is Data. The basic message is that you can learn to understand the language of your body and convert it into words. Learn to interpret the loud but inarticulate signals your body is constantly sending you and you can rewrite your mood and health challenges.
All of our white papers are listed here, but more are coming: