Last week was the first in two months I didn’t update the site daily.
I missed it because of a hard 23km run in freezing weather Friday and also because I invested a lot of time OutcomeReference. And it was definitively worth it!
OutcomeReference grew from a simple conversation to now a major application referencing 130 health studies and 320 health effects. Check it out
There were also major work done to improve how health effects were visualized.
For example, if you are a runner, and want to see how you can improve running performance, all factors are listed on this page. It is possible to sort factors on their efficacy or performance, or sort through factors.
Another way to use the site is if you are looking for information about a nutrient. For example, if you have questions about coffee, go on this page. It will show all digestive, performance effects and also showcase recent studies on caffeine.
While this is just the beginning, I’m quite satisfied with what the site offers so far. It makes OutcomeReference a perfect companion site for DailyHealthPoints and gives unique insights you can’t get from anywhere else on the Internet.
Here is the complete list of updates:
- Added a logo
- Added a Facebook page
- Added site chat to get more info
- Added Evidence (“Needs more research”, “Low evidence”, “High evidence”
- Added publication study date, and showcases new studies
- Added three times more studies and health effects
- Added timing to causes
- Added categories for causes and outcomes
- Tables are sortable. Click on table header
- Added icons and colors for improved design
If you have comments, reviews, feedback, please add them below. Thanks to Zara ♥ who has provided great comments (which will be added to the site in the next update)