It's no secret that Americans don't have the best eating habits. Studies show that our typical diet is far from optimal and that the potential for disease prevention may improve through better nutrition.
We believe that eating well can help someone to achieve good health and alleviate some disease symptoms. Eating well can very possibly prevent or lower the risk of many diseases. Above all, eating should be a pleasurable, enjoyable experience. What we eat, how much we eat, and when we eat are all essential pieces of the pie that make us nutritionally sound.
- Vitamins And Minerals
- Defensive Eating
- Facts About Cholesterol
- Ten Tips From The American Dietetic Association
- Tufts University Nutrition Navigator
- Consumer Information Center
- FDA Center For Food Safety
- Mayo Clinic Health Oasis
- My Menus Recipe Website
- Vegetarion Resource Group
- American Dietetic Association
- Health Finder