Additional Food Resources
This is the end. If you've made it this far, you've probably become
comfortable with cooking your own food. Here are a few resources
to take you further.
Books on Healthy Eating and Cooking
- "Eat Smart, Play Hard," by Liz Applegate. Rodale Press, Emmaus, PA.
- "Eating Well on Campus," by Ann Selkowitz. Tulip Hill Press, Bethesda, MD
- "The Healthy College Cookbook," by Alexandra Nimetz, Jason Stanley & Emeline
Starr. Storey Books, North Adams, MA.
- "Student's Vegetarian Cookbook," by Carole Raymond. Prima Publishing, Roseville,
For reviews and recommendations of additional books on food and nutrition, go to www.goodfoodbooks.com.
Nutrition and Food Websites
Tufts University Nutrition Navigator. Links to many nutrition sites, with ratings of their accuracy and friendliness.
American Dietetic Association. Click on the Healthy Lifestyle tab for nutrition, diet and exercise info.
Eating Disorders and Prevention, Inc. Referrals, articles, reading lists, etc. devoted to awareness and prevention of eating
Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutritionists. Nutrition-based information including a lot on sports.
Recipes, trivia, articles and links for anyone interested in food and cooking.
Support for Locally-Grown Foods
An important part of eating well is connecting with your food, through your own
cooking and through supporting community producers. Learn where your food
comes from; spend a good part of your food budget in your community rather
than give it all to international conglomerates. Check these resources:
Local NH information on Food & Society issues, with comprehensive links to national & international resources.
Information on Community-Supported Agriculture, in which citizens buy shares in local farms in the Spring - then collect part
of the harvest every week in Summer and Fall.
Find the Farmers' Market nearest you, anywhere in the US. Support locally-grown food!