Dr Berg: A wealth of informative videos on diet, nutrition, and health.

50 Secrets Food Manufacturers Don’t Tell You That Could Change the Way You Eat, Readers Digest

Suppversity: Nutrition and Exercise Science

Vitamin D Podcast: Vitamin D: The More We Know, the Less We Know.

Buy organic and low in Pesticide list: EWG's 2012 Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce.

Food Politics: Insightful articles about the food, politics and policy.

Human Ancestors Were Nearly All Vegetarians: Paleolithic diets have become all the rage, but are they getting our ancestral diet all wrong?

Harvard School of Public Health, The Nutrition Source: Knowledge for Healthy Eating. Contrasts current research against USDA propaganda. Includes information on fast foods and food additives, and provides some useful tools for analyzing your diet.

Interactive Menu Planner: National Institutes of Health.

Ask the Dietitian: A wealth of classical dietary and nutrition information.

Nutrition Action Healthletter: Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI). Web articles since March 1996.

National Council Against Health Fraud: Web articles since January 1993.

Sports Science Exchange: Gatorade Sports Science Institute.

FDA Consumer Magazine: Web articles since July 1995.

United States Department of Agriculture USDA Guidelines

Nutrition Database: Search nutrition online or set up to search your PDA or PocketPC.

Diet History Questionnaire: National Cancer Institute's comprehensive food frequency survey.

Meals for You: Recipes based on diet, taste, time, nutrition, health, and value.

ADA Exchange Lists

High Fructose Corn Syrup: Risks of over consumption.

Carbs & Fat: Friends After All: Debunking the idea of not eating carbs and fats in one meal.

Food Inc Movie: You'll never look at dinner the same way.

Eat Wild: Find local farmers that sell all-natural, delicious, grass-fed products.

Food Lab: University of Illinois online diet analysis.

Xylitol vs. Erythritol: Which Is the Healthier Sugar Substitute?

Dr Di Pasquale: Audio interview suggesting no carbohydrates in post-workout meal extends anabolic window. Store: books, charts, software, displays, and counseling tools for nutritionists.