Friday, January 05, 2007
With the onset of the new year and its attendant resolutions, many people are going on diets. Low-calorie, low-fat, low-carb -- almost all dieters (and many folks who aren't on a diet) are reading those ubiquitous nutrition labels on packaged foods.
Nutritiondata.com does a much, much more thorough job. The site analyzes a bazillion different foods, including fast foods, for not only nutrition, but also how a food fits into a particular kind of diet.
An unusual feature is the "fullness factor" that measures satiety against nutrition. (Along with cool full color graphs.)
For people who are interested in what they're eating, this site can't be beat.