|There is a website/program fitday.com; you tell it what you eat and what exercise you do, and it says "lol fatty, why so fat" or something, and also tells you you're getting a million times the RDA of sodium or vitamin C, and probably about 2% of your vitamin D. Which is all moderately amusing, but also annoying with the focus on weight-control.|
So now I want there to be, say, 'healthyday.com' (the domain is a lurker git, mind), which instead of counting your calories, vitamins and minerals, counts the important things that the USDA and similar organisations don't pay attention to. Your omega-3 to omega-6 intake ratio. Soluble and insoluble fibre. How much excessive free glutamate you eat. And then in your 'daily report', instead of it saying "hee hee, fatty-fat-fat-fat" and dancing around you until you stumble home and cry because all the kids at school hate you, it could say things like "ha ha, you consumed ten times the EPA recommended limit on methanol consumption because you consumed so much horrible fake-sugar - hope you like brain damage!" or "your liver hates you, and so do I."