Physical Well-being | Nutrition


Websites

Choose My Plate – a lot of consumer friendly tools from the USDA-run site
- Checklist Calculator
- Super Tracker
The Academy of Nutrition – many online resources available
Johns Hopkins Medicine Healthy Recipes – by category or dietary considerations
Fruits and Veggies More Matters – a health initiative focused on helping Americans increase fruit & vegetable consumption for better health
PennState Extension Nutrition Diet and Health – nutrition, diet, and health education
Iowa State University Spend Smart Eat Smart – eat healthy and stick to a tight grocery budget
Oldways - excellent group out of Boston who promotes traditional patterns of eating; lots of great infographics and consumer education
University of Maryland Extension Food and Nutrition - food and nutrition education
World's Healthiest Foods – top nutrition site that promotes the concept of food as medicine
The Center for Science and the Public Interest – information on everything from what to eat and foods to avoid to ingredients and chemical additives of concerns
Nutrition Letter – information-rich nutrition newsletter from Tufts University
The American Society for Nutrition – more academic but good education for professionals
Weight Watchers – discounted classes at convenient locations
Innergy – highly personalized approach to lasting weight loss

Apps

MyFitnessPal – calorie counter, diet, and exercise journal
Fitday – diet and weight loss journal
Nutritionix – track what you eat in 60 seconds per day
YouAte – A food journal without counting calories. YouAte may be best for those who need a nudge to eat regular meals or who simply want to maintain a visual account of what they eat and whether it’s on or off track path
Eat This Much – Impute your diet goals, foods you like and schedule and it will generate a meal plan at your targets.