Look for information at these sites:
www.eatright.org; Academy of Nutrition
www.whfoods.org; World's Healthiest Foods
www.americannutritionassociation.org; American Nutrition Association
www.who.int; World Health Organization
www.fnic.nal.usda.gov; Food and Nutrition info Center,
National Agricultural Library, United States Department of Agricultural
www.letsmove.gov; First Lady Michelle Obama's initiative against childhood obesity
Rather use a book? Grab one of these!
Mayo Clinic on Healty Weight
by Don Hensrud, (2002)
The World's Healthiest Foods
by George Mateljan, (2007)
Family Nutrition Book
by William and Martha Sears (1999)
American Food Holidays--Almost every day, there is something to celebrate!
From the Nibble, Great Food Finds, the magazine of speciality foods.
Look it up. Celebrate each day with some fun, nutritious food!
Type in the "Nibble" and search "American Food holidays" for a month-by-month list, day-by-day.
There's always something yummy to celebrate!
The food pyramid has had a make-over! It's now "MyPlate"!
Look up these blogs--
nutritionblognetwork- written by Registered Dieticians
healthcastle- written by Registered Dieticians
fitnessmagazine- from the publishers of Fitness Magazine
Magazines- for fast information and news
Gluten Free Living
Kashrus - a publication about Kosher foods
Kiwi - a magazine written for mothers about children's nutrition
Weight Watchers Magazine
Be advised. These publications may attempt to influence purchasing choices.
Medical information database.
This is written in language that is easily understandable.
From the people at the National Instute of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland.
This is paid for by your tax dollars and is, therefore, open to the public.
You are what you eat!
So, make it fresh, wholesome, good, and pure!
Good and good for you!