Food and Nutrition Resources Uncovered!

From our guest blogger Denise Courtney:

Do you have questions about how to eat healthier, train better or just want make sense of food labels in the grocery store?  Maybe you are thinking about majoring in nutrition and want to see projects created by the Food and Nutrition students at Framingham State College (FSC)?

Well, the Food and Nutrition program at FSC has got just the web site for you:

FSC Student Produced Nutrition Resources

This web page provides resources from three different projects completed by students in the Food and Nutrition program at FSC.  Take a look at what you will find:

  • Pediatric Nutrition Fact Sheets: These handouts are easy to read child nutrition education sheets . Topics include Fueling Families with Power Foods, Going Vegetarian, Omega 3’s and much more.
  • Cultural and Food Connections: The information on these pages was developed for nutrition and other health/educational professionals working to improve the health of individuals and families with ties to their cultural roots. They can also provide you with some practical information if you are going to attend a holiday or share a meal with friends of a different culture.
  • Nutrition Websites: These web sites were made by students and cover a variety of different topics. They also have links to other reliable websites where you can get more information.

Finding credible nutrition information on the Internet can be overwhelming, but hopefully you will find these nutrition resources are to easy to understand as well as useful. Now that you have found them…ENJOY!

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