ShopWell embraces the power of the list by letting you create and customize your own lists of foods. We've recently updated the Lists feature to make them more powerful and more fun to use. Check out these latest improvements!
ShopWell is pleased to announce that our head dietitian, Marci Harnischfeger, MS, RD, received a great writeup from Rob Masterson of Nutrition Lately in the monthly "RD in the Limelight." Rob is a Registered Dietitian (RD), freelance writer, and blogger.
What a blast! We just wrapped up an amazing weekend at the Maker Faire, hosted at the San Mateo County Fairgrounds. Attendees in the Health 2.0 Pavillion got a chance to hear Head Dietitian Marci speak about “How to Hack your Grocery List.”
We are thrilled to be included.
Here is what Eating Well had to say about us:
Improve your grocery shopping with ShopWell.com. Enter your food preferences and restrictions (e.g., gluten-free or training for a triathlon) and the site will help you create a list of foods that are best for you by rating how compatible they are with your needs on a scale of 1-100 and by color (red, yellow, or, green).
We hope you are getting the New Year off to a great start. We are very excited be announcing our newest feature – Shareable food lists.
We listened to you, our community, to bring this feature front and center. We tried to develop a list that could be used in a variety of ways with the unique ability to share it with others.
So why would you want to use our ShopWell Sharable Lists? Here's Why:
Share Grocery Lists With Family
Want to get that special someone off the couch to get the groceries? Want to get everyone’s picks in before you go to the store? Now you can. Simply create and name your list on ShopWell of the groceries you want to buy and click one button to email the list to someone else to take to the store. The list even includes your personalized ShopWell scores so your designated shopper knows which foods are better for you or your family.
With all of the buzz over the possible relabeling of high fructose corn syrup to corn sugar, it's a good time to look at the amount of overall added sugar in your diet. For females, this is roughly 100 calories or 25 grams. For men, this is roughly 150 calories or 37 grams.
You may have noticed that we have a whole new look at www.shopwell.com. We've redesigned our Welcome Page to be cleaner, clearer and more fun. Let us know what you think!