Hotlines 

FOR HOTLINES IMMEDIATE HELP!

1. National Food Service Management Institute's Help Desk - Call toll 1-800-321-3054 , Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Central.

2. American Dietetics Association National Center for Nutrition and Dietetics, Consumer Nutrition Hot Line - Call toll free 1-800-366-1655 .

3. FDA's Office of Consumer Inquires - Call (301) 443-3170 for questions on food safety.

4. USDA's Meat and Poultry Hotline - Call toll free 1-800-535-4555 .

5. International Food Information Council Foundation - Call (202) 296-6540 .


Nutrition Newsletters and Books


American Dietetic Association's Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, 2nd Edition
Roberta Larson Duyff
Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2002
ISBN: 0471229245
Dr. Irene's Nutrition Tidbits Newsletter
http://www.drirene.net/qa3.htm
Free email newsletter prepared by a nutritionist who is affiliated with the University of Pennsylvania.
Food Reflections
http://lancaster.unl.edu/food/foodtalk.htm
Free email newsletter from the University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension.
Nutrition Action Healthletter
http://www.cspinet.org/nah/index.htm
View featured articles online.
Nutrition and Your Child
http://www.bcm.tmc.edu/cnrc/consumer/nyc/nyc.htm
Practical advice for parents and professionals who work with kids.
I need to Get in Shape, Now What?!
Carol Leonetti Dannhauser and Sandra Michaelson Warren
New York, NY: Silver Lining Books, c2001. 199pp. ISBN: 0-7607-2068-1
Excellent all in one resource that talks about nutrition basics, eating right, weight management, fitness, and maintaining a healthy body.
Mayo Clinic on Healthy Weight
Donald D.Hensrud, MD Editor in Chief
Rochester, MN: Mayo Clinic, 2000. 200pp. ISBN" 1-893005-05-4
This book provides the tools to get started with an individual weight loss and maintenance program.

Food Allergies


Food Allergies

Students with allergies are permitted food substitutions "only when supported by a statement from a recognized medical authority that includes recommended alternate foods." A recognized medical authority may be a doctor, a nurse, or a physician's assistant. Since most allergies continue, it is not necessary for a new statement to be secured each year. For example, if a student is allergic to milk and a medical statement is on file, fruit juice will be given to the student.