Because for me so much about finding the right foods that work for you is about having access to information that helps, I couldn’t resist offering a few of my favs:
Type in anything that interests you into PubMed’s free database access and spend some blissful time pouring through academic articles that are free for anyone on a computer.
Google Reader (or Bloglines an award winning RSS reader) – using an RSS reader is liking hooking yourself up to a information IV and you pick what sites go in the bag. Seriously, why waste your time, get your list of headlines and go from there. GoogleReader’s science bundle was a fun place to start for me, finally a way to access the latest science article for free from a variety of sources.
Use Delicious.com to bookmark all your favs (add a tag to make them searchable). This makes expanding your horizon online feasible, retrievable, organizable from any computer.
Write your docs on GoogleDocs and they will back it up for you. For me it is very helpful to access all the folders of docs from anywhere.