With Color!" emphasizes the importance of eating an array of colors on your plate to ensure balance and good choices. For information, tools and ideas on how to raise awareness, go to www.eatright.org/nnm.
Dietetic Association), focuses attention on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. You can print a number of free, downloadable materials from the association's website, www.eatright.org/, in the Nutrition Education Resources section. Try
-rich foods." While allowing that some people may need to take supplements for medical reasons, the position paper espouses a diet rich in micro- and macronutrients over one that relies on nutrient supplements. For an audiocast or PDF version of the ADA's new position paper, go to www.eatright.org
and Dietetics promotes the strong science background and academic expertise of our members, primarily registered dietitians. Nutrition science underpins wellness, prevention and treatment," she said. The ADA's website remains www.eatright.org, and the Eat Right logo will remain a part of the organization
to monitor that young kids are getting sufficient physical activity. The full "Start Healthy" report was published in the March issue of the Journal of the American Dietetic Association. A truncated version is available at www.eatright.org/Public/Files/gerber.pdf.
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Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (www.eatright.org). The site provides credible, evidence-based nutrition
, see www.wellpoint.com or www.eatright.org. Health Awareness Is Up Your work is paying off. A survey by Roper Starch International shows that "across the board," Americans are becoming more health conscious. Comparing 1998 with 2003, researchers found that the percentage of Americans who place "a lot