Sometimes you come across a website name that says it all: simple, direct, powerful. Conde Nast’s NutritionData does just that: providing you the info you need to make informed nutrition choices.
But it’s how that information is conveyed that makes NutritionData so appealing. The site’s mission is to be the authoritative source for nutritional analysis. But usability seems to be its first priority. It’s the clarity of the information, news and tips on heart health, diabetes, diet, weight loss and general nutrition that makes NutritionData a standout.
On the front page you’ll find articles that cover the complete range of nutrition topics, tips for better blood sugar control, diet and weight-loss trackers, a handy daily needs counter, healthy recipes courtesy of Epicurious.com, plus relevant facts, figures and glossaries. In addition, Monica Reinagel, a board-certified nutritionist (and opera singer!) gives you her clear-headed analysis of the latest in nutrition news, and Dr. Steve Parker answers your specific heart health questions.
NutritionData is not for everyone. The information can at times feel relentless. But if you’re looking to learn more about how food affects your health and what healthy foods to choose, we highly recommend our friends over at NutritionData.