I guess this counts as a success story
I was reading an NYT article on diversity in dietetics / nutrition and ran across this passage -
"Diksha Gautham, 27, a nutritionist in San Francisco, tells her mostly South Asian-American clientele that a healthy diet can include palak paneer and aloo tikki. As a child, she said, she harbored a blind perception that anything that wasn’t dry chicken and broccoli, including the dal and rice her mother cooked, “was bad for me.” No nutritional database she has encountered includes Indian ingredients, so she created her own guides to healthful Indian food."
I thought - that's weird, I'm sure cronometer has Indian ingredients; so I did a quick search on amla and a whole bunch of entries came up.
Someone should tell Ms. Gautham the good news...