How can I find information on NUTRITION topics?
This subject guide is a starting point for your research. It will give you a jump-start to academic resources in both online and print formats. Ask a Kendall librarian for additional suggestions.
American Dietetic Association
Largest group of food and nutrition professionals in the United States; website provides access to ADA-produced resources including position papers, food pyramids, bibliographies, and nutrition fact sheets; links to professional societies, assistance in locating a dietitian, and employment opportunities are also featured.
American Society for Clinical Nutrition
Premiere organization for clinical nutritionists in the United States; provides a variety of information including position papers, press releases, house testimony, meetings, employment opportunities, and external links to other organizations and resources.
Food and nutrition information from across the federal government; serves as a gateway to reliable information on nutrition, healthy eating, physical activity, and food safety for consumers, educators and health professionals.
Selected Reference Books In The Kendall Library
Concise Encyclopedia of Foods & Nutrition
Call number: REF 613.203 C744
Encyclopedia of Food Sciences and Nutrition
Call number: REF 613.203 E56 (10 volumes)
Encyclopedia of Vitamins, Minerals and Supplements
Call number: REF 612.39903 E56
Sourcebook on Food and Nutrition
Call Number: REF 613.2S724