Upper South

April, 2004
Regional Report

Web Finds

More on Phytochemicals
As might be expected, there is a plethora of information on the Internet about nutrition and phytochemicals. Some reliable articles to peruse include: Phytochemicals - Vitamins of the Future from the Ohio State University Extension; Phytochemicals: Guardians of Our Health from Andrews University; Phytochemicals and Cardiovascular Disease from the American Heart Association; Columbia University's Health Question and Answer Internet Service; and a variety of information on nutrition of fruits and vegetables from the Produce Marketing Association and the National Institutes of Health.

Books

Achieving Health With Food
With descriptions of more than seventy-five substances and lists of the most nutrient-rich foods, Foods That Fight Disease: A Simple Guide to Using and Understanding Phytonutrients to Protect and Enhance Health, by Laurie Deutsch Mozian (Avery Penguin Putnam, 2000; $14.95) offers easy accessibility to a wide range of information on the subjects of nutrition, food, and health. As a registered dietician with a master's in nutrition and food sciences, the author has taken very technical research and made it understandable. Some recipes also are included.

GardeningwithKids.org Catalog

Special Report - Garden to Table

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