Websites can be a powerful way to research current developments in your subject, from seeing the websites of current researchers (and their topics of research) to videos that explain how to solve problems (both ethical and mathematical). Check the box below for examples of different websites that might help you research.
Keep in mind that you'll want to evaluate all information you find carefully. Need help figuring out how to separate the good from the bad? Check out our guide to Source Evaluation.
"FoodData Central is an integrated, research-focused data system that provides expanded data on nutrients and other foods components as well as links to sources of related agricultural, food, dietary supplement, and other information
Provides access to good health and wellness info, including nutrition and diet information, medical encyclopedias and dictionaries, and links to self-help groups, clinical trials, lists of hospitals and physicians health and information in Spanish and other languages.
Provides information on the numerous nutrition activities supervised by WHO including: growth assessment and surveillance, nutrition in development and crisis, country-focused nutrition policies and programs, and reduction of micronutrient malnutrition