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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, CA.

For reviews and recommendations of additional books on food and nutrition, go to www.goodfoodbooks.com.

Nutrition and Food Websites

  • www.navigator.tufts.edu
    Tufts University Nutrition Navigator. Links to many nutrition sites, with ratings of their accuracy and friendliness.
  • www.eatright.org
    American Dietetic Association. Click on the Healthy Lifestyle tab for nutrition, diet and exercise info.
  • www.nationaleatingdisorders.org
    Eating Disorders and Prevention, Inc. Referrals, articles, reading lists, etc. devoted to awareness and prevention of eating disorders.
  • www.nutrifit.org
    Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutritionists. Nutrition-based information including a lot on sports.
  • www.foodreference.com
    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:

  • www.sustainableunh.unh.edu
    Local NH information on Food & Society issues, with comprehensive links to national & international resources.
  • www.umass.edu/umext/csa
    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.
  • www.ams.usda.gov/farmersmarkets/map.htm
    Find the Farmers' Market nearest you, anywhere in the US. Support locally-grown food!