Analysis of the Nutrition.Gov Website

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Essay #: 063663
Total text length is 8,841 characters (approximately 6.1 pages).

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Analysis of the Nutrition.Gov Website
Introduction
The health resource critique will focus on an internet website that provides nutrition health education to the public. The name of the website is Nutrition.Gov.
The site provides nutrition material and resources to consumers to enhance a healthy lifestyle. Due to the dissemination of information on internet resources it is imperative to assess and evaluate a website to determine the feasibility of the website and whether it is meeting the needs of the consumer rather than misdirect consumers.
According to Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (1999) the website providing the information must demonstrate credibility, interactivity, accurate content and design that appeals to the...
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