The internet is a cesspool of awful nutrition information. Some of this terrible advice is delivered in such a way that makes it seem legitimate and can fool even the most intelligent among us.
I created NutriSearch to help make finding quality and scientifically accurate nutrition information simple. When searching for a topic, you will only receive results from websites that have a history of being trustworthy. This is accomplished by programming the search engine to display links solely from pre-selected sources. A partial list of the over 200 included sites can be seen here. Always keep in mind that no source is beyond reproach and that you should think critically about everything you read, even if you find it using NutriSearch.
If there is a website you think should be in the NutriSearch index, shoot me an email on my contact page and let me know.
For more about who I am and what I do, check out my bio here.
Full Disclosure: I do research for Examine.com, which is not affiliated with this search engine in any way.