Nutrition.gov provides information on everything from grocery shopping and meal planning to weight management and dietary supplements. It also offers information on finding local farmers markets, selecting seasonal produce, and saving money at the store. For those looking to lose weight, the website provides links to some great tools to get started such as BMI calculator and interactive menu planner.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provide information for people looking to improve their quality of life through nutrition. The website provides a good overview of nutrition through fruits and vegetables and the basics of water, carbohydrates, and protein.
ChooseMyPlate.gov offers a fun, interactive way for children and adults to track their fitness activities and calorie intakes. It also provides nutritional tips for children, breast-feeding mothers, and dieters along with educational tools for teachers and coaches.
WomensHealth.gov offers more personalized information for women. It focuses on issues such as food allergies, lactose intolerance, heart health and disabilities. It also discusses how women's nutritional and physical needs change as they age.