Here’s a quick heads up about forthcoming changes. I’m preparing more detailed explanations. But the key points are:
- I’m about to launch a new support service called Foodary Nexus. One of the important features is the ability for you to personalize notes on any page.
- The service includes new ways to share your questions, experiences, and opinions about food and about Foodary.
- Soon, I’ll publish notes about changes to notifications that keep you updated by email or pop-up.
I’m presenting this as changes to my 2016 version of this post. So I’ve marked outdated text as
deleted. Then added new text as .
Welcome to Foodary Facts
2016 is aimed at existing Foodary visitors and members. It explains recent changes and mentions upcoming plans.
I’ve moved Foodary.com to a new server and had a little makeover.
‘s the start of my new campaign to explain and encourage healthy eating.
I’m trying to avoid the “diet” word. If I have to use it, I prefer Alkaline or Mediterranean Diet. Even then, I feel Mediterranean Eating Style makes more sense. If you have other suggestions, let’s discuss them.
In this new format, I particularly want to encourage more discussion, three ways:
- I’m moving the healthy eating forum to a new location where I can attract more contributors.
- I’m enabling comments on most pages here.
- I’m making more resources available
to respond to Foodary Helpdesk Tickets.
healthy eating forum continues to be the best place to share your questions, experiences, and opinions about healthy eating.
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I’m very keen to give you easy guidelines that explain the basics of healthy eating. From feedback so far, I have some ideas for starting new guides. But, I’d rather hear it from you.
What do you struggle with most about healthy eating? How can I make food easier for you?
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- Add comments below or in the discussion for this page.
- Create a new issue about any food concern that you want to resolve. Or join an existing issue.
- Start a new discussion about any food topic that interests you. Or join an existing discussion.
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- Search for that question in the Foodary Search Engine first.
- Choose the most relevant result.
- Refer to that result as you ask your question.