Following are some recommended links that provide
useful nutrition information:
(American Dietetic Association)
Food and nutrition information provided in a responsible, in-depth
and accurate manner from a professional association of dietitians.
(New England Dairy and Food Council)
Provides nutrition information for a variety of users including
educators, health professionals, consumers and food service personnel.
The site allows the user to order from its catalog of educational
materials, many of which are free!
(Produce for Better Health Foundation)
This is a fun site that seeks to educate consumers on why fruits
and vegetables are an essential part of everyones diet. This
site has something for everyone: children, educators, journalists
This site is an assemble of links that connects readers to credible
food safety advice from the Food and Drug Administration, U.S. Department
of Agriculture, Center for Disease Control, and some state and local
(American Heart Association)
This site offers a good balance of information, including patient
information for heart attack/stroke survivors, nutrition tips for
health-conscious consumers, and scientific information for journalists
or healthcare professionals.
(Vegetarian Resource Group)
Well-organized and balanced material providing news, recipes, nutrition
information, links and ideas for those interested in eating a vegetarian
(Point of Choice)
Provides recipes, including those that meet special dietary requirements,
meal plans, nutritional information, and customized shopping lists.