iChange Finds $500K More

El Segundo-based iChange, the online community site focused on nutrition counseling headed by Stuart MacFarlane, has raised another $500,000, as part of an ongoing $600,000 funding round, according to a regulatory filing by the firm today. Source of the new funding was not disclosed. iChange offers up a site for personal counseling from licensed nutritionists, combined with custom meal plans and support groups. MacFarlane is the former CEO of InsiderPages, which he sold to Citysearch in 2007. Co-founders of the site include Rich Rygg, who was VP of GeoCities, and GM of AOL's Digital City Los Angeles and Brad King, co-founder of Net Effect (acquired by Ask Jeeves), as well as psychologist Jay Wagener. iChange has previously raised funding from business mentoring firm and incubator Momentum Ventures. More information »