Home Food Safety
The site provides useful tips from the American Dietetic Association on such things as packing your kids' lunches to avoid spoilage.
Create a personal profile and chart your weight-loss progress with this interactive site. It provides calorie counts and assigns nutrition grades for such varied foods as bratwurst (C-minus) and pomegranates (A).
Office of Dietary Supplements
If you take dietary supplements, this National Institutes of Health site will teach you about their benefits and side effects.
The site teaches kids nutrition facts through interactive games.
You don't have to be on a diet to be curious about what you're eating. This site lets you look up nutritional info by ingredient and by restaurant.