FOR HOTLINES IMMEDIATE HELP!
1. Institute of Child Nutrition Help Desk - Call toll free 1-800-321-3054 , Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Central.
2. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Association Headquarters- Call (800) 877-1600 or (312) 899-0040.
3. FDA's Office of Consumer Inquires - Call 1-888-463-6332 for questions on food safety.
4. USDA's Meat and Poultry Hotline - Call toll free 1-888-674-6854
5. International Food Information Council Foundation - Call (202) 296-6540.
6. FDA's emergency involving food, drugs, medical devices, dietary supplements, or cosmetics- Call 1-866-300-4374 or 1-301-796-8240.
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
Dr. Irene's Nutrition Tidbits Newsletterhttp://www.healthprogramplanning.com/Tidbits.htm
Free email newsletter prepared by a nutritionist who is affiliated with the University of Pennsylvania.
Free email newsletter from the University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension.
Nutrition Action Healthletterhttp://www.cspinet.org/nah/index.htm
View featured articles online.
Nutrition and Your Childhttp://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.
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.
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