Below is list of websites you can turn to for expert nutrition information. I’ll be amending this list, so check back occasionally.
USDA’s nutrition site – This site contains information on government guidelines as well as food trackers and diet tips.
Dr. Joseph Mercola – On this site is a WEALTH of articles on a wide variety of topics
Dr. Joel Fuhrman – Dr. Fuhrman is an expert on how to live a mostly plant based lifestyle.
Dr. Axe – Dr. Axe’s site contains a plethora of articles, infographics, and videos about using nutrition to heal the body.
Weston A Price Foundation – This is a nutrition education site, based on the ground breaking nutrition research of Dr. Weston A Price.
Livestrong.com – A part of the Livestrong Foundation, formerly known as the Lance Armstrong Foundation, this site has many articles with basic nutrition and fitness information.
nutritionfacts.org-Michael Greger M.D.-“Physician and New York Times bestselling author who scours the world’s nutrition research to bring you free daily videos and articles. All proceeds from his books, DVDs, and speaking go to charity.”
Nutritional Research Foundation–The Nutritional Research Foundation is a non-profit organization that supports, encourages, and promotes clinical research to evaluate the impact of a high nutrient dense diet and related nutritional interventions on chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and autoimmune illnesses.
Eatright.org– Academy of Nutrition and Diatetics
Hawthorn University- This is a link to Hawthorn University’s free webinar archive.
Authority Nutrition–Daily articles about nutrition, weight loss, written by experts, based on scientific research.
The Nutrition Source-Harvard School of Public Health–“leading authority on food and nutrition knowledge, providing science-based guidance for healthy living. Based at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health’s Department of Nutrition, The Nutrition Source offers comprehensive nutrition information through timely articles and FAQ’s, while recipes and tools, including The Healthy Eating Plate, facilitate the translation of food and nutrition knowledge into daily practice.”
Nutrition Journal–“publishes novel surveillance, epidemiologic, and intervention research that sheds light on i) influences (e.g., familial, environmental) on eating patterns; ii) associations between eating patterns and health, and iii) strategies to improve eating patterns among populations.”
HealthyChildren.org-American Academy of Pediatrics
CDC-The Center for Disease Control Nutrition site-statistics, strategies, guidelines, resources and publications
National Diabetes Education Program– Offered by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease- The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) conducts, supports, and coordinates research on many of the most serious diseases affecting public health. The Institute supports clinical research on the diseases of internal medicine and related subspecialty fields, as well as many basic science disciplines.