Louisville, CO (PRWEB) January 07, 2014
Food and Health Communications, Inc has just launched a new online healthy recipe center for nutrition educators, health professionals, and consumers. Each recipe features a nutrition facts panel with a full recipe analysis from the USDA nutrient database. This makes it easy for people trying to watch calories, fiber, or sodium to find a delicious meal that fits many health goals.
It is always easy to find just the right recipe. Choose from 1,086 free recipes in over 30 categories. Category choices feature healthful ingredients like fruits, vegetables, whole grains and beans. And they also feature specific months to capture seasonal ingredients. They can be searched by a meal course like breakfast, dinner, soup or dessert. The enhanced photo navigation is attractive. This hand-built recipe database focuses on user-friendly instructions, gorgeous photos, health benefits, nutrient analysis, and professionally edited instruction.
Anyone who wants to make a meal without going to the store can search by ingredients to find fast, easy recipes using items that are already on hand.
Dietitians and other educators can use the nutrient search tools to find just the right recipe for clients based on calories, fiber, fat, carbohydrates, sodium and protein. The recipes can be printed or emailed to clients. A PDF tool enables the creation of attractive handouts for each recipe.
There are two categories that are very unique and useful for health educators. The first is a cooking demo recipe category, which features recipes that are recommended for cooking demonstrations. The other category is called Chef’s Favorites and this enables a user to find the very best recipes by scanning quickly.
Chef Judy Doherty, PC II, who founded Food and Health Communications, Inc, prompted the creation of the new online healthy recipe tool. The goal of the recipe center is to offer some of the most delicious recipes to professionals who will use them to improve the lives of their clients. Food and Health Communications also owns the Nutrition Education Store for educators.
The recipe database is found on the Food and Health Communications website at http://foodandhealth.com. Click on Recipes in the top orange bar. It can be accessed directly at http://foodandhealth.com/recipes.php.
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