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60 World Wide Web sites


This article is from the Diet FAQ, by Claudia McCreary cookignnewsletter@chef.net with numerous contributions by others.

60 World Wide Web sites

NOTE: Some sites listed here are run by commercial organizations; inclusion
of a site does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation of their
product(s). If you would like your web site listed, please e-mail

*alt.support.obesity FAQ at http://www.unm.edu/~markm/aso/
*alt.food.fat-free FAQ at http://www.fatfree.com/FAQ/alt-food-fat-free-faq
*The American Heart Association's Web page on fad diets (such as the cabbage
soup diet and the hot dog diet) at ttp://www.amhrt.org/pubs/phoney.html
*Ask the Dietitian" at http://www.dietitian.com/ (was at Hopkins
Technology's Web site at http://www.hoptechno.com/)
*Claudia's Cooking Newsletter with low-fat and sugar free recipes and
cooking tips as well as dieting info, newsletter available by subscription.

*Dr. Atkins' Web site at http://www.atkinscenter.com/
*The Center for Science in the Public Interest (the group that publicized
the high levels of fat in Italian, Chinese, and Mexican restaurant foods and
in movie theater popcorn) at http://www.cspinet.org/
*Chromium picolinate info at http://www.lifelines.com/libry1a.html
*Fatfree Web site at http://www.fatfree.com/
*Good Health Web (misc. health news, searchable health-related articles,
etc.) at http://www.social.com/health/index.html
*The Hacker's Diet (written by John Walker, a software engineer who
lost--and kept off--a large amount of weight using common sense techniques;
features Microsoft Excel worksheets to help you track your progress) at
*The Hardin Meta Directory of Internet Health Sources at
*Barbara Hirsch's Phen/Fen Web site at
*Dr. Ben Krentzman's Web site on "The Science of Obesity and Weight Control"
at http://www.loop.com/~bkrentzman/
*Medical Science Bulletin on obesity (includes info on phentermine) at
*Medical Sciences Bulletin on serotonin and eating disorders (includes info
on fenfluramine) at http://pharminfo.com/pubs/msb/seroton.html
*ourish Net (features weight loss, nutrition, and exercise tips) at
*Nutri/System's Web site at http://www.nutrisystem.com/
*NutriGenie's (nutrition software publisher) Web sites at
http://users.aol.com/nutrisoft/ and http://pages.prodigy.com/CA/nutrigenie/
*The Nutritional Analysis Tool, an online program presented by the College
of Agriculture, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences at the University of
Illinois for analyzing calories, fat, carbohydrates, fiber, and
vitamin/mineral content of any food in the USDA Handbook #8, at
http://www.ag.uiuc.edu/~food-lab/nat/ (it works best with browsers capable
of displaying tables)
*Lee Rodgers' low-carb Web page at http://www.lowcarb.org/
*Stanford University School of Medicine's "Understanding Obesity and Weight
Loss" Web site at
*Study on phentermine and fenfluramine used in combination:
*TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) official Web site at http://www.tops.org/
*Another (unofficial) TOPS site at
*Weight Watchers official Web site at http://www.weight-watchers.com/


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