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Here you will find electronic resources both e-books and databases as well as selected print materials to assist in the study and clinical application of nutrition therapy.
Topics on eatright websites are selected for relevance to the health and wellness of the general public. The goal is to improve nutritional well-being, communicating the expertise of its members who are a part of a food- and science-based profession.
works to maintain health and prevent chronic disease by promoting healthy eating and active living for Americans of all ages. We work with state and local partners on community solutions to help increase healthy food choices and connect people to places and opportunities where they can be regularly active.
Recommendations from the Dietary Guidelines for Americans are intended for Americans ages 2 years and over, including those at increased risk of chronic disease. The Guidelines encourage Americans to focus on eating a healthful diet — one that focuses on foods and beverages that help achieve and maintain a healthy weight, promote health, and prevent disease.
A leader in food and human nutrition information dissemination since 1971 - provides credible, accurate, and practical resources for nutrition and health professionals, educators, government personnel and consumers. Learn more about FNIC.
From the central website for the National Cancer Institute (NCI), the U.S. government’s principal agency for cancer research. This page contains nutrition information and diet restrictions/recommendations for those undergoing cancer treatment.
1999-present. The federal government's lead agency for scientific research on the diverse medical and health care systems, practices, and products that are not generally considered part of conventional medicine.