The e-Gourmet Food Guide
Those who are trying to develop healthy eating habits, lose weight, or just
looking to try a new recipe, will find that there are many resources available
to them on the Internet. From calorie counters to nutritional guides, recipes
and more, there is plenty of information to help you eat healthy, and for little
Online Nutritional Guides
Keeping track of the calories, fat, sodium and other items in the food you eat can be easily done from the web. For
example, Nutrition Data helps readers learn about what the labels on their food means, along with dieting
and exercising tips and supplements that can be healthy to take. For an Online guide to packaged foods providing nutritional information,
try Food Product Design.
There are many online recipes that can be utilized to make basically any dish imaginable. All Recipes offers main dishes, side dishes,
desserts, drinks and more, and visitors to Recipe Source can search for recipes by the type of dish or by the region it came from.
For recipes and menus, check out Epi Curious and My Recipes,
and Weight Watchers is an excellent place for those trying to lose weight and watch what they eat. Kids can join in
on the fun, too, with recipes from That’s My Home,
and Kids Health offers recipes for kids with cystic fibrosis, diabetes, and those who are lactose intolerant.
Cooking on a Budget
There are many ways to cook gourmet foods, even when you are following a food budget. There are many excellent places to go to get information on saving money on groceries,
clipping coupons and more. At Mommy Savers, learn how to save money on the
foods you buy the most.
There are a lot of fun quizzes and tests concerning cooking and food. At Fun Trivia,
take more than a dozen fun trivia tests, and at Food Reference visitors can get food trivia from A to Z,
which lists hundreds of brand names and general foods.
Food or gift baskets can brighten up your day! Online resources are
available to help you select appropriate holiday gift baskets or gifts for any occasion.