Nutrition News Privacy Policy

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Nutrition News thinks your privacy is important. In fact, we think privacy is a component of being healthy. You’ve trusted us to share relevant information that can impact your health and your life. We’ve adopted policies to protect and respect your trust. We are committed to keeping your trust.

Please read this section of our website to learn more about Nutrition News’s Privacy Policy. We understand that  protection of privacy is a major concern to many of our readers.

For over 40 years, Nutrition News has worked to gain your trust by publishing relevant and compelling health information.. We want to do everything reasonably possible to keep your trust. To build on our relationship, Nutrition News wants you to understand a little bit about how our website interacts with visitors and how we will use any information gathered when you visit our website.

Types Of Information Gathered

 Nutrition News may gather the following types of information::

(1) Information given voluntarily while using a feature of this website, for example, during a registration process;

(2) Information gathered as a result of voluntary participation in a survey or poll, or when communicating with our webmaster or in a billing transaction where you provide credit card information, and

(3) Information gathered automatically when visitors visit our website.



In order for you to receive certain benefits of our website you may first be asked to supply certain information such as your email address or other data. Nutrition News wants to supply you with information that benefits you. The more relevant information we have about you, the better we are able to do this. If you’re a man with erectile dysfunction, you might not care about information for managing menopause. See what we mean?

Nutrition News currently has a variety of electronic and print newsletters, RSS feeds, e-books and health guides. If you choose to receive any of our digital publications, you will be asked for certain information so that we can customize the most relevant content and deliver it in the format that best suits your health information needs. Upon registering for the electronic newsletter, you will be asked for your name, email address or other information specified in the enrollment process.

You may be asked to tell us a little about your interests, including but not limited to, what sorts of articles you like to read, the sorts of wellness choices you currently make, and other questions of this nature. This information is used to deliver a personalized electronic newsletter that we believe will be of interest to you. The more of this information you choose to share with us, the better we can create relevant content specifically for you.

You’re certainly free to not share anything at all with us. If you choose not to share information with us, your publication will simply be more generic but still fabulous. For example, if you are primarily interested in articles about the environment, we can’t deliver those to you unless you share your interest with us. Similarly, if you are a vegetarian and request recipes without disclosing this fact, we can’t guarantee that all recipes we send you will be meat-free. But don’t worry. We’ll still keep working to develop our telepathic skills.

In the meantime, providing us with this type of information is completely voluntary. You may change any supplied information, unsubscribe at any time from any portion or all of Nutrition News’s online services. But we sincerely hope it never comes to that.

Surveys And Polls

Surveys And Polls

From time to time, Nutrition News website users may be asked to participate in voluntary surveys and polls. As a part of this process you may be asked to supply personal information such as demographic information and lifestyle preferences or favorite super power.

These surveys will be strictly voluntary and you can choose to disclose this information or not.



Nutrition News may automatically receive and record information on our server logs from your browser, which may include your IP address,

Nutrition News’s cookie information, session time, click path analysis, and the pages you request.

Nutrition News will only use this type data in an aggregate form which does not identify you personally. This information is designed to help us deliver more relevant content and to develop our website as a tool to transform health for everybody.

Updating Personal Information

Updating Personal Information Nutrition News understands that you may want to change or access your personal information. You may do so here or by following the directions on your e-newsletter. To protect your privacy and security, we will verify your identity before granting access or making changes to your personally-identifying information.

Nutrition News’s Use of Information

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Nutrition News’s Use of Information Nutrition News may use information gathered through its website for the following general purposes: (1) to customize content delivered to you; (2) to contact and provide service to you as well as improve the overall delivery of Nutrition News’s services; and (3) to conduct research for other purposes related to Nutrition News’s core business. In no case will Nutrition News use personally identifying information for its own use or the use of any other party, except to provide the services you request or as required by law. Nutrition News only reviews usage of our online content in the aggregate (meaning information summarized into large groups of users with no personally identifying information) to determine the most popular website features and to help us develop new content and service ideas.

Information Sharing

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Information Sharing

Nutrition News will not sell or otherwise share personally identifying information with other people or non-affiliated companies except to provide services to you at your request, or as required by law.

Nutrition News will share this information with certain business partners to provide requested services that we do not provide directly. Nutrition News will only share personally identifying information with these business partners if they agree not to disclose the information to other parties and agree not to use this information to solicit.

Nutrition News may share aggregate data collected through its website that does not personally identify any party with our research partner and may from time to time share this type data with other business partners.

External Sites

Nutrition News is not responsible for the content of external sites. You are advised to read the privacy policies of external sites before sharing personal information.

Our Commitment To Your Privacy

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With all that being said, you can count on us to ask you to share Nutrition News with as many of your friends and family as you possibly can. It’s one of the “How To Play The ‘Is It Healthy? Game’” rules.

When you choose this option, we’ll obviously use your information to introduce ourselves to your friends.We promise to treat them with the same care and respect as we do you.

The more of us creating health for ourselves and for our communities, the sooner we’ll all share in a healthy planet. We’ll have a “Share Nutrition News invitation included in all our digital publications and websites.