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How to Use this Guide
This guide can be used with any Nutrition course, standard or eCore format. This guide can even be used to supplement your basic nutrition knowledge. You'll find resources for your coursework as well as your general knowledge. At any time, you can schedule a research consultation with our science librarian to help you with nutrition or any science related research.
How to Create a Healthy Plate
Cronometer is a free app that tracks calories and macros.
My Fitness Pal
From the website: Losing weight isn't easy - we know. But with a membership to MyFitnessPal.com, you'll get the tools you need to successfully take weight off - and keep it off. And best of all, you can signup for free, no strings attached. So put away your credit card - you'll never have to pay a cent.
Lose It! is an app that lets you set goals, track what you eat, and lose weight.
Fat Secret is another nutrition tracker that allows you to track your weight and exercise to keep you on track with your goals.
SparkAmerica brings people, organizations, and cities together on a single tech platform to participate in a free and fun annual calendar of challenges that encourage individual achievement while driving participation in friendly competition.
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is the world's largest organization of food and nutrition professionals founded in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1917, by a visionary group of women dedicated to helping the government conserve food and improve the public's health and nutrition during World War I. Today, the Academy represents more than 100,000 credentialed practitioners — registered dietitian nutritionists, dietetic technicians, registered, and other dietetics and nutrition professionals holding undergraduate and advanced degrees in nutrition and dietetics, and students — and is committed to improving the nation's health and advancing the profession of dietetics through research, education and advocacy.
Members of the Academy play a key role in shaping the public's food choices, thereby improving its nutritional status, and in treating persons with illnesses or injuries. Members offer preventive and medical nutrition therapy services in a variety of settings.
Nutrition and dietetics practitioners work in health care systems, home health care, foodservice, business, research and educational organizations, as well as in private practice. As vital members of medical teams in hospitals, long-term care facilities and health maintenance organizations, they provide medical nutrition therapy — using specific nutrition services to treat chronic conditions, illnesses or injuries. Community-based dietetics practitioners provide health promotion, disease prevention and wellness services.
As a leader in food and nutrition issues, the Academy provides expert testimony at hearings, lobbies Congress and other governmental bodies, comments on proposed federal and state regulations, and develops position statements on critical food and nutrition issues.
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