NutriBase Houston is a real-time, accurate database that provides users within the city of Houston, Texas useful information regarding the overall nutritional conditions of the residents of the city. It provides a visual-map platform that aggregates data amounts collected from federal statistics and the USDA regarding poverty and food desserts within various ZIP codes in the city. Additionally, this app provides information regarding local healthy restaurants ranging from Italian eateries to vegan cafes, excluding any traditional fast food locations such as McDonald's or Chick-fil-a. It provides an alternative to healthy eaters who wish to improve their diets with the right amount of calories along with suitable nutrients within their respective location. Along with restaurants, clients can also avail access to local supermarkets and grocery stores which may include your local stores such as Kroger or Randall's to specialty locations such as Hong Kong Food Market in Chinatown, Houston. This app will keep updating due to new businesses growing each year so that we can keep regularly keep the public informed. With the help of NutriBase, the common public can join together as the Houston community and shape their lives with nutritional problems that affect food-insecure areas and their daily diets for them and their families.