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The Food Timeline
Interesting exploration of when foods were introduced into history (recorded or archeologically discovered).
This USDA consumer focused site illustrates the five food groups using a familiar mealtime visual (the place sertting). Explore the many interactive features and informational sources, along with tools specifically designed for your lifestyle.
This is a comprehensive resource "designed to assist individuals as they make changes" in their nutritional habits. Features support nutrition and physical activity goals, offering personalized recommendations and tools for tracking both foods and physical activity.>
What's Cooking: USDA Mixing Bowl
Use tools here to build a personal cookbook of healthy recipies (in English or Spanish). Great section of recipies designed for cooking for crowds.
USDA Dietary Guidelines
The Food Pyramid - REDUX
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Read the Label
This privately held company is not affiliated with manufacturers of health and nutrition products. It provides independent test results and information to help consumers and healthcare professionals evaluate health, wellness, and nutrition products.
The nutritional website sponsored by the American Dietetic Association.
Food and Nutrition Information Center
The National Agricultural Library's Food and Nutrition Information Center site contains over 1800 links to current and reliable nutrition information.
Healthy Eating Learning Center
HealthLine provides a broad range of medical topics on the Internet for the general public to better understand their medical issues.
Interactive Label (FactsUpFront.org)
Allows you to explore the daily requirements of nutrients commonly listed on food labels.
The Nutrition Facts Label
This graphic highlights the information you can gather from a food label.
Take Charge of Your Health
This government publication provides strategies for improving and maintaining your eating habits.
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