What foods should I eat to help me stay healthy?
How can I encourage my children to eat healthy foods?
Are there low-cost ways to obtain healthy food?
How can I decipher and understand food labels?
What should I do to ensure that my family's food is safe?
How can I help my children remain at a healthy weight?
You may find helpful answers to these questions and many other nutrition questions in this Nutrition Resource Guide, especially for health consumers.
This Healthy Eating/Nutrition Resource Guide offers ideas for nutritious after-school snacks, information about food allergies, tips for keeping food safe at summer barbecues, low-cost suggestions for healthy eating, advice about preventing food poisoning, and many nutrition resources to help you and your family eat safe and healthy food.
Since this resource guide is a publication of Healthnet: Connecticut Consumer Information Network, a program of the Lyman Maynard Stowe Library, University of Connecticut Health Center, it includes Connecticut resources, as well as national resources, when they are available.
Books listed on this Guide may be available at your public library. If your library does not own a book you would like to read, the library may be able to borrow a copy for you from another library. Also, Connecticut residents may borrow books directly from other public libraries within the state with their own town library card.
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