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Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Guidebook

Human Kinetics 1997 Nancy Clark

America's premier sports nutritionist has launched a new edition of her classic sports nutrition guidebook. Clark shares the nutrition advice she gives to athletes-from weekend exercisers to Olympians to professionals. You'll find how-to suggestions that fit your situation.

AUDIENCE: ATHLETES COACHES GENERAL ADULTS

FORMAT: 455P. BOOK

Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Slide Show

1997 Nancy Clark

Give effective sports nutrition talks with this slide show developed by sports nutrition expert Nancy Clark. In a question and answer format, this set of 75 colorful slides addresses the nutrition concerns common to sports active audiences.

AUDIENCE: GENERAL ADULT HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS COLLEGE STUDENTS SPORTS TEAMS

FORMAT: 75 SLIDES LEADERS GUIDE

The New Food Lover's Companion : Comprehensive Definitions of over 4000 Food, Wine and Culinary Terms

Barron's Educational Series, Inc. 1995 Sharon Tyler Herbst

Most up-to-date information on culinary terms. This kitchen aid defines and describes preparation and cooking methods, kitchen utensils, herbs and spices, cuts of meat, types of cheese and sausage, seafood, sauces, and foreign food terms.

AUDIENCE: NUTRITIONISTS GENERAL ADULT TEACHERS STUDENTS HEALTH EDUCATOR

FORMAT: 702P. BOOK

The Nursing Mother's Companion

Harvard Common Press 1990 Kathleen Huggins

A new mother needs to be confident that she is doing the best for her baby. This book will give her the knowledge that is vital to developing that confidence. With the rich store of information, every mother should be able to experience the joy of breastfeeding.

AUDIENCE: PREGNANT AND NEW MOMS PARENTS

FORMAT: 220P. BOOK

Nutrition and Health Campaign For Women

The American Dietetic Association 1994

The purpose of the Nutrition and Health Campaign for Women slides and script narrative is to provide dietetic professionals with a tool to educate consumer audiences about nutrition and women's health and to give them some basic recommendations about adopting a healthy lifestyle, and motivate professional audiences into taking an active role in educating consumers about the vital role that nutrition plays in women's health.

AUDIENCE: CONSUMERS PROFESSIONALS GENERAL ADULTS

FORMAT: 66P. NARRATIVE 50 SLIDES

Nutrition : Concepts and Controversies

West Publishing Company 1991 Eva May Nunnelley Hamilton

A textbook written for the student who wants to study nutrition but may not have a background in chemistry. Principles of nutrition, guidelines for making food choices, and techniques for meeting the challenge of the information explosion and understanding controversial topics in nutrition are included. The instructor's manual outlines the main points of each chapter, lists ideas for student activities, and suggests test questions. The study guide points out significant facts and terms in the text. This is a new approach to learning for students and an interesting book for nutritionists and others to read.

AUDIENCE: COLLEGE STUDENTS NUTRITIONISTS TEACHERS HEALTH CLINICS GENERAL ADULTS

FORMAT: 554P. BOOK

Nutrition And Handicapped Children : A Handbook for Parents and Teachers

State of Florida Department of Education 1988 Nancy S. Wellman

This handbook provides practical information for parents and teachers regarding common nutrition problems of developmentally delayed children and infants.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDER/SPONSORS PARENTS TEACHERS HEALTH CLINICS NUTRITIONISTS

FORMAT: 46P. BOOK

Nutrition Basics: The ABCs of Eating Right

1996

Eating right used to be simple. But today, with thousands of food products to choose from in the grocery store and a blitz of new diet studies, it's no wonder we're all a bit confused. Although most people knew the basics of nutrition at one time or another, for many, that sound advice has been forgotton. This video teaches about the building blocks of good nutrition and takes the mystery out of eating with simple advice you can use to choose a well-balanced diet. The Food Guide Pyramid is used to show just how easy it is to eat a variety of flavorful foods that are good for you.

AUDIENCE: HIGH SCHOOL GENERAL ADULT ADULT DAY CARE

FORMAT: 21 MINUTE VIDEO

The Nutrition Idea Book

1997 Patricia Britten, Editor

This book can help to make nutrition education efforts more productive by enabling you to locate and improve upon materials and methods that others have found successful, rather than "reinventing the wheel."

AUDIENCE: TEACHERS ELDERLY CLINICS PROFESSIONALS

FORMAT: 298P. BOOK

Nutrition In Infancy and Childhood

Mosby - Year Book, Inc. 1993 Peggy L. Pipes

This textbook presents information on growth and development, nutrient needs of infants and children, and provides a clinical approach to nutrition for infants, preschoolers, school age children, and adolescents. Several chapters present the application of nutrition to special circumstances including vegetarianism, drug abuse, and the developmentally disabled.

AUDIENCE: COLLEGE STUDENTS NUTRITIONISTS PARENTS CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS HEALTH CLINICS

FORMAT: 429P. BOOK

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Perfectionism : What's Bad about Being Too Good?

Free Spirit Publishing Inc. 1987 Miriam Adderholdt-Elliott

This book is about knowing the difference between doing your best and overdoing it. Clear enough for teens as well as adults, it emphasizes that self-worth is rooted in who you are, not how well you do or what you look like.

AUDIENCE: HIGH SCHOOL MIDDLE SCHOOL GENERAL ADULTS

FORMAT: 121P. BOOK

Phytochemicals

Nutrivisuals 1997

The Magic Bullet is green...and yellow, orange, purple and red. By using mouth-watering food slides and an entertaining, informative script, this topical slide program explores recent research on naturally occurring antioxidants and other phytochemicals which may have powerful disease prevention capabilities. The program brings home the point that eating more produce isn't just a health imperative, it's also a delicious idea. It presents the foods involved in the studies then puts together three days of typical American eating, while including eight servings of fruits and vegetables each day. The comprehensive script alone will be an invaluable asset when you're trying to translate findings from this exciting field into dietary recommendations.

AUDIENCE: NUTRITIONISTS HEALTH EDUCATORS GENERAL ADULTS

FORMAT: 100 SLIDES SCRIPT

Play Hard, Eat Right: A Parents' Guide To Sports Nutrition For Children

Chronimed Publishing 1995 Debbi Sowell Jennings

This valuable resource answers the questions of parents and coaches about the nutritional needs of exercising children-both recreational and competitive athletes-between the ages of 6 and 12. Growth, development, body composition, specific nutrient needs of exercising children, ergogenic aids, and weight management issues are all discussed. Includes practical issues for child athletes and their parents, such as pregame and postgame eating, fast foods, recipes, menus, and snacks. Food frequency charts, food and activity records, and a one-day food recall based on the Food Guide Pyramid are provided to encourage the reader to work with a registered dietitian regarding any special concerns. A collaborative effort of the Sports, Cardiovascular, and Wellness Nutritionists and the Pediatric Nutrition dietetic practice groups.

AUDIENCE: PARENTS COACHES GENERAL ADULTS

FORMAT: 152P. BOOK

Portion Photos of Popular Foods

The American Dietetic Association 1997 Mary Abbott Hess, editor

Designed for use in a variety of community, clinical, research and public health settings where nutrition assessment and nutrition education are conducted. Also a convenient and versatile tool for group or individual instruction in classrooms, hospitals, clinics, outpatient counseling facilities, and wellness centers.

AUDIENCE: NUTRITION EDUCATORS

FORMAT: 131P. BOOK

Pretend Soup And Other Real Recipes : A Cookbook for Preschoolers and Up

Tricycle Press 1994 Mollie Katzen

This cute cookbook was created to enable very young children to cook as independently as possible under the guidance of an adult partner. Each recipe appears in the book twice: first in a standard format, complete with cooking hints and safety tips; and then a second time as a pictorial version for the child to use. All of the recipes have been kid-tested.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDER/SPONSORS PRESCHOOL TEACHERS PARENTS EARLY ELEMENTARY

FORMAT: 95P. BOOK

Preventing Childhood Eating Problems

Gurze Books 1993 Jane R. Hirschmann

This book offers a common-sense, relaxed approach to healthy eating for children of all ages. The authors present evidence that children will naturally self-regulate their eating if rigid rules are not imposed upon them. They also address parents' most common concerns such as when, what, and how much kids should be eating, how to handle peer pressure, the sugar controversy, body-image problems, special situations, and eating disorders.

AUDIENCE: PARENTS GENERAL ADULT CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS

FORMAT: 160P. BOOK

Putting the Pyramid into Practice

Washington State Dairy Council 1992

This slide program is designed to help high school students and adults put the Food Guide Pyramid into practice. The program includes; 40 full-color slides, reproducible masters, one copy of the USDA's Food Guide Pyramid brochure, and three lesson plans on these topics, -- serving size, menu planning, and rating your diet.

AUDIENCE: HIGH SCHOOL ADULTS NUTRITIONISTS

FORMAT: 40 FULL-COLOR SLIDES SCRIPT TO ACCOMPANY THE SLIDES REPRODUCIBLE MASTERS LESSON PLANS

Pyramid Builders

National Food Service Management Institute 1993 Anita Ellis

Activities for grades K-2,3-4, and 5-6 are included in this 350 page manual. Each set of activities covers the topics of variety, proportion, balance, fat, and choices. The manual also includes teacher resources, a unit for use by School Food Service, Latch Key lessons, and tasting party recipes.

AUDIENCE: ELEMENTARY MIDDLE SCHOOL CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM

FORMAT: 350 PAGE MANUAL

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Quick Meals : For Healthy Kids and Busy Parents

Chronimed Publishing 1995 Sandra K. Nissenberg

In a world of frozen dinners and fast food, nutrition has taken a backseat to convenience. And for working parents, finding the time to cook wholesome dinners is no picnic. Finally, here's help for parents in a pickle-a cookbook full of healthy and delicious recipes you can make in 30 minutes or less.

AUDIENCE: PARENTS CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS

FORMAT: 244P. BOOK

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Real Gorgeous : The Truth about Body and Beauty

W.W. Norton & Company, Inc. 1996 Kaz Cooke

Packed with jokes, cartoons, and practical ways to find real self-esteem, this is a fun and funny book for everyone, particularly high school and college-aged women who need a fresh approach. Cooke covers eveything from push-up bras to liposuction, including diet myths, eating disorders, body image, the media, and much more. Humorus and filled with sensible and non-sensical insights.

AUDIENCE: HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS COLLEGE STUDENTS

FORMAT: 257P. BOOK

The Real Life Nutrition Book : Making The Right Food Choices Without Changing Your Life-Style

Penguin Books USA Inc. 1992 Susan Finn

This book is a complete guide to eating and living well. It is clearly written, filled with shopping, cooking tips, and food charts. The topics covered are: making healthy food choices; vitamins and calcium supplements; the ten most asked questions about cholesterol; what food labels are really saying; choosing wisely at the supermarket; maintaining a balanced diet on the run, on the road, and in the air; fast food; and healthy approaches to losing weight.

AUDIENCE: GENERAL ADULT ELDERLY PARENTS TEACHERS NUTRITIONISTS

FORMAT: 389P. BOOK

Recommended Dietary Allowances

National Academy Press 1989 National Research Council and Subcommittee on the Tenth Edition of the RDAs

This authoritative text explains the Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDAs). It includes a chapter defining the approach used to establish the RDAs. In subsequent chapters, the following information is discussed for individual nutrients; general signs of deficiency (if any), dietary sources and usual intakes, recommended allowances, excessive intakes and toxicity. This text is quite technical, yet it is a valuable resource for nutritionists and other health professionals.

AUDIENCE: GENERAL ADULT HEALTH CLINICS TEACHERS NUTRITIONISTS COLLEGE STUDENT

FORMAT: 285P. BOOK

Reviving Ophelia : Saving The Selves of Adolescent Girls

Ballantine Books 1994 Mary Bray Pipher

Explains why more American girls fall prey to depression, eating disorders, addictions, and suicide attempts than ever before. Here are girls' unmuted voices from the front lines of adolescence, personal and painfully honest, describing what it is like to be caught in cultural double binds; be polite, but be yourself; be aware of our cultural heritage, but don't comment on the sexism. This book is a call -to-arms that offers parents compassion, strength, and strategies.

AUDIENCE: NUTRITIONISTS TEACHERS PARENTS GENERAL ADULT

FORMAT: 304P. BOOK

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Safety In The Kitchen

Meridian Education Corporation 1996

Reminding viewers that most home accidents occur in a warm, friendly place-the kitchen. This forthright video covers basic rules for sanitary food handling and safe meal preparation. Re-enactments with close-up photography and graphics portray common hazards, then demonstrate corrective measures. Helping family members become "kitchen safety experts," the program shows how to prevent injury or illness from burns, cuts, falls,electrocution, food contamination, and caustic poisoning. The guide includes pre-and post-viewing questions for discussion.

AUDIENCE: MIDDLE SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL GENERAL ADULTS

FORMAT: 23 MINUTE VIDEO 7 PAGE GUIDE

Schools and Health : Our Nation's Investment

National Academy Press 1997 Diane Allensworth (Editor)

A readable, well-organized book on comprehensive school health programs (CSHPs) for children in grades K-12. It explores the needs of today's students and how those needs can be met through CSHP design and development. The committee provides broad recommendations for CSHPs, with suggestions and guidelines for national, state, and local actions. The volume examines how communities can become involved, explores models for CSHPs, and identifies elements of successful programs. Topics include: the history of and precedents for health programs in schools; the state of the art in physical education, health education, health services, mental health and pupil services, and nutrition and food services; policies, finances, and other elements of CSHP infrastructure; and research and evaluation challenges.

AUDIENCE: HEALTH EDUCATORS NUTRITIONISTS TEACHERS

FORMAT: 350P. BOOK

Serving It Safe : A Manager's Tool Kit

TEAM Nutrition United States Department of Agriculture 1996

This training manual, complete with lesson plans and a variety of teaching aids is written for the food service manager. The manual's eight chapters follow a logical sequence. You can use them in order as a complete training program or, if you wish, mix and match the chapters to suit your particular training needs. Each chapter can stand alone. You'll find teaching aids at the end of each chapter. To futher support your training efforts, computer- based software is available.

AUDIENCE: FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS ADULT DAY CARE

FORMAT: 239P. MANUAL LESSON PLANS GROUP EXERCISES HANDOUTS

Serving It Safe - A Manager's Tool Kit : The Food Service Safety Zone (Macintosh)

TEAM Nutrition United States Department of Agriculture 1996

Macintosh software for "Serving It Safe: A Manager's Tool Kit" training manual.

AUDIENCE: FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS ADULT DAY CARE

FORMAT: DISKS (3)

Serving It Safe-A Manager's Tool Kit : The Food Service Safety Zone (CD-ROM)

TEAM Nutrition United States Department of Agriculture 1996

Windows and Macintosh software for "Serving It Safe: A Manager's Tool Kit" training manual.

AUDIENCE: FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS ADULT DAY CARE

FORMAT: CD-ROM (1)

Serving It Safe-A Manager's Tool Kit : The Food Service Safety Zone (Windows)

TEAM Nutrition United States Department of Agriculture 1996

Windows software for "Serving It Safe: A Manager's Tool Kit" training manual.

AUDIENCE: FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS ADULT DAY CARE

FORMAT: DISKS (3)

Sesame Street A is for Asthma

1998 Children's Television Workshop

Asthma affects one in every 14 children, so everyone—children and adults—needs to be aware of it. That's why they developed this lively video featuring favorite Sesame Street characters, Elmo, Rosita, and Luis, plus a new Muppet Friend, Dani.

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS PRESCHOOL TEACHER PARENTS

FORMAT: 15 MINUTE VIDEO/ENGLISH AND SPANISH GUIDE/ENGLISH AND SPANISH POSTER

Show The Way To Five A Day : A Nutrition Resource Guide For Vermont Elementary School Teachers

Vermont Department of Health 1993 Julie Royer Wick

This resource guide describes a program initiated by the Vermont Department of Health which was highly effective in increasing the knowledge of Vermont school children about eating five servings of fruits or vegetables a day. Captures the imagination of both teachers and students.

AUDIENCE: ELEMENTARY PARENTS FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL COMMUNITY

FORMAT: RESOURCE GUIDE 40P. BOOK

Smart Snacking for Children

1994

This video will give parents a basic understanding of the right types of snacks to offer their children. Viewers will learn to look at snacks as mini-meals that provide important nutrients.

AUDIENCE: HEALTH CLINICS PARENTS CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS ADULTS

FORMAT: 12 MINUTE VIDEO

Smart Snacking with Food Labels and Food Guide Pyramid

Pineapple Appeal 1994

This upbeat video will take your students on a step-by-step tour of the layout of food labels on snack foods. As the "mystery" of the Food Guide Pyramid is unraveled, your students will marvel at the simplicity of good nutrition.

AUDIENCE: HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS GENERAL ADULT

FORMAT: 20 MINUTE VIDEO TEACHING RESOURCE PACKAGE

A Sports Nutrition Manual : For High School and Middle School Coaches, Trainers, and Teachers

Florida Department of Education 1996 Michele W. Keane

A manual developed in an effort to provide useful nutrition information to high school and middle school coaches, trainers, and teachers. The video, handouts, and transparency masters are to be used with the athletes and family members. The underlying philosophy is that by teaching young athletes to invest in proper nutrition you are teaching them to make a commitment to their health, their bodies, their training programs, and themselves.

AUDIENCE: HIGH SCHOOL COACHES MIDDLE SCHOOL COACHES TRAINERS TEACHERS

FORMAT: VIDEO HANDOUTS TRANSPARENCY MASTERS

Stirring Up Memories : Food Programs with Older Adults

Bi-Folkal Productions, Inc. 1991 Phyllis J. Cole

This guide to using food in programs with older adults includes a wealth of information on the topics of Homemade Bread, Butter, Popcorn, Tea, and Snow (yes snow!). There are introductions written for oral presentation, discussion questions, and recipes in large print to be used by the program participants and photocopied as souvenirs. Packaged in three-ring binder for convenient use.

AUDIENCE: ADULT DAY CARE

FORMAT: 112P.

Strategies for Success

California Department of Education NET Program 1996

This manual is a resource manual for child nutrition program directors who want to apply dietary guidelines in school meal programs. Areas covered include: planning, offering healthy foods, promoting nutrition education, marketing, staff development, and partnerships.

AUDIENCE: FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL COORDINATORS OF CHILD NUTRITION PROGRAMS

FORMAT: 448P. BOOK

Surviving An Eating Disorder : Strategies for Family and Friends

HarperCollins Publishers Inc. 1997 Michele Siegel

Parents, spouses, and friends of individuals with food problems will find practical guidelines in this book for helping themselves and their loved-ones. The authors examine the psychological components of anorexia, bulimia, and compulsive eating, as well as the family contexts in which they develop. They offer guidance for coping with anger and denial, and for handling daily issues in order to improve the situation-now.

AUDIENCE: PARENTS GENERAL ADULT

FORMAT: 222P. BOOK

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The Taming of the C.A.N.D.Y. Monster : Continuously Advertised Nutritionally Deficient Yummies!

The Book Peddlers 1988 Vicki Lansky

Learn about better nutrition and better vlaue at the supermarket, plus tips on eating while traveling, microwave magic, baby sitter cookery and recipes for milk-intolerant children (and more!).

AUDIENCE: CHILD CARE PROVIDER/SPONSORS PARENTS

FORMAT: 136P. BOOK

A Taste of Africa

Ten Speed Press 1993 Dorinda Hafner

This collection of more than 100 traditional African recipes is also a celebration of the cultures from which they arose. Starting in the author's native Ghana with "Goundnut (peanut) soup with Fowl and Fufu," the reader is introduced to recipes from 16 countries. A map and vital statistics introduce each country, and Hafner freely digresses to relate a folk tale, provide a bit of historical background, or share a cultural insight. Adapted for modern kitchens and illustrated with 23 color plates, the recipes include meat and vegetable dishes, soups, salads, and desserts.

AUDIENCE: ELEMENTARY HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL GENERAL ADULTS

FORMAT: 160P. BOOK

TEAM Nutrition : What is a TEAM Nutrition School

Montana Nutrition Education and Training Program and the 1996 Montana Nutrition Education and Training Program

Office of Public Instruction

With this video Montana presents the benefits of becoming a TEAM Nutrition School.

AUDIENCE: SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL

FORMAT: 7:20 MINUTE VIDEO

Tickle Your Appetite : A WIC/Team Nutrition Educator's Kit for Children

Food and consumer Service, USDA November 1997

This kit was developed to expand the reach of USDA's Team Nutrition messages and themes to WIC preschool participants aged 3 to 5 through education efforts in WIC clinics, at home, and in communities. Provides ideas and materials to communicate key nutrition messages by offering video, audiotape, and activities.

AUDIENCE: WIC CLINICS PRESCHOOL TEACHERS

FORMAT: THREE 4-MINUTE VIDEOS AUDIOTAPE REPRODUCIBLE HANDOUTS ACTIVITIES

Total Nutrition : The Only Guide You'll Ever Need

St. Martin's Place 1995 Victor Herbert

Forty-one chapters packed with expert medical advice and over two hundred tables, illustrations, and sample menus, this book gives the clear, authoritative answers to all of these questions and more. Not only for the general public but also for professionals.

AUDIENCE: COLLEGE STUDENTS GENERAL ADULT NUTRITIONISTS TEACHERS

FORMAT: 811P. BOOK

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USDA's Great Nutrition Adventure Action Packet : TEAM Nutrition

United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Consumer Service     1996

 

This Action Packet provides guidance to school food service directors in implementing the USDA's initiative to make school meals more nutritious and was developed to include chefs and other members of the community as partners in improving meals served to children.

AUDIENCE: SCHOOL CAFETERIAS TEACHERS PARENTS FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL COMMUNITY

FORMAT: 12 MINUTE VIDEO FACT SHEETS PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS POSTER

Using The Food Guide Pyramid : A Resource for Nutrition Educators

1996 U.S. Department of Agriculture

This 126 page resource guide provides information to assist nutrition educators in helping their audience use the Food Guide Pyramid to plan and prepare meals. It includes information on serving sizes, daily menus, shopping tips, ethnic considerations, and calorie requirements. The guide also includes 23 recipes.

AUDIENCE: NUTRITIONISTS HEALTH EDUCATORS

FORMAT: 126P. BOOK

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Vitamin Basics

Learning Seed 1995

Vitamins are hot! From talk shows and TV news magazines to magazine articles and headlines in the daily paper, vitamania reigns. Can vitamins stop cancer, slow aging, make your skin look younger, or turn a frog into a prince? Here's a video that gives the basics without hype or bias.

AUDIENCE: HIGH SCHOOL GENERAL ADULT

FORMAT: 22 MINUTE VIDEO STUDY GUIDE

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The Welcome Table : African-American Heritage Cooking

Simon & Schuster 1995 Jessica B. Harris

Presents African-American food at its finest, a feast of over 200 traditional and contemporary recipes combined with historical detail and personal interviews and illustrated with beautiful archival photographs. The African-American way with food combines improvisational techniques with culinary techniques and piquant tastes of the African continent. Filled with tempting recipes for peanut soup, Creole tomato salad, iron-skillet fried chicken, chitlins, cornmeal mush and sweet potato candy, just to name a few. Includes a glossary of ingredients and cooking styles and sample menus for celebrations.

AUDIENCE: HIGH SCHOOL GENERAL ADULT TEACHERS PARENTS

FORMAT: 285P. BOOK

What You See Is What You Get : The New Food Labels

Franklin Clay Films 1994

How does fat differ from saturated fat? What does percentage of daily value mean? Why is it important to look for the words "nutrition facts" on food labels? How are serving sizes figured? While putting away groceries, three high school students quiz each other informally about the new labels on processed food and review healthy eating tips for teens and adults. Label closeups, graphics, and a brief review reinforce main ideas. Includes a 9 page guide with projects and discussion topics.

AUDIENCE: MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT GENERAL ADULT

FORMAT: 16 MINUTE VIDEO 9 PAGE GUIDE

The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding

La Leche League International 1997

A comprehensive resource guide providing just about eveything you need to know about how—and why—to breastfeed your baby. Latch on to this book for step-by-step guides to early months, common concerns, problems, and weaning. Additional sections on general nutrition, sleep issues, going back to work, discipline, and fathering are useful for all breastfeeding mothers.

AUDIENCE: PARENTS PREGNANT WOMAN HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS

FORMAT: 480P. BOOK

The World's Finest Foods

Stewart, Tabori & Chang, Inc. 1994 Ann Creber

Over 180 recipes from 12 countries—France, Indonesia, Russia, Spain, Morocco, Thailand, Italy, China, Greece, japan, Mexico, and the U.S.—takes us on a culinary and cultural journey around the world. Among the 300 full-color photographs are 70 landscape scenes, 150 pictures of prepared dishes, and 90 close-ups of ingredients. 150 maps.

AUDIENCE: TEACHERS NUTRITIONISTS HIGH SCHOOL

FORMAT: 312P. BOOK

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Yale Guide to Children's Nutrition

Yale University Press 1997 William Tamborlane (editor)

A well-balanced approach to understanding children's nutritional needs.

AUDIENCE: COLLEGE STUDENTS NUTRITIONISTS TEACHERS

FORMAT: 415P. BOOK

Your Dieting Daughter : Is She Dying for Attention?

Brunner/Mazel, Inc. 1997 Carolyn Costin

Written for parents whose daughters are caught in the struggle to be thinner, this book includes distinctions between diets and disorders, a "What Do I Do When?" chapter, sound nutritional guidance, "fit or fanatic" exercise, and discussions of eating disorders and the family. An unique feature of this book is its description and evaluation of popular diet plans-an eye opener for anyone who has been sucked in by the multibillion dollar diet industry.

AUDIENCE: PARENTS GENERAL ADULT

FORMAT: 240P. BOOK

Yummy 5-A-Day Fruit and Vegetable Game.

Yummy Designs 1995 Laurie Manahan

Ideal for teaching "5-a Day," Food Pyramid, and other nutrition classes. Players match colorful Fruit and Vegetable cards with fruits and vegetables on their menu Boards, includes 90 different fruits and vegetable, with many ethnic examples. Game includes 10 Menu Boards, 80 Fruit and Vegetable cards, masters for making extra boards and card, Fruit and Vegetable Lesson Book, and instructions for many games and activities.

AUDIENCE: EARLY ELEMENTARY CHILD CARE PROVIDERS/SPONSORS PARENTS PRESCHOOL TEACHERS

FORMAT: GAME

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