The quality of the food a person eats is more important than the quantity. The food must contain all the essential nutrients in adequate proportion for the growth and smooth functioning of the body. Adequate nutrition prevents a lot of illnesses. Same type of diet may not give all the nutritional elements, so it is important to preserve diversity in the food menu. Children and the elderly should give special care regarding their food habits. Their bodies are more susceptible to nutritional deficiencies. Children in their growing phase need more building blocks, minerals and vitamins for their body. Deteriorating changes in the body of old people demands for more nutrition. The requirement varies from individual to individual. Still, including plenty of fruits, vegetables and leaves in the menu will be helpful in this regard.

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Website Listings

Arbor Nutrition Guide

Jun 28, 2010 |

Catalogue of nutrition resources on the internet, specifically suited to health professionals.

Dole

Jun 28, 2010 |

Children nutrition education program to encourage elementary school children to eat fruits and vegetables to promote better health.

Enmergency Nutrition Network

Jun 28, 2010 |

A move to accelerate learning and strengthen institutional memory in the emergency food and nutrition sector.

Institute for Integrative Nutrition

Jun 28, 2010 |

The nutrition school offers nutrition courses online and campus based in New York.

JISSN

Jun 28, 2010 |

Journal that covers various aspects of sports nutrition, supplementation, exercise metabolism and scientific policies related to sports nutrition.

Nutrition & Metabolism

Jun 28, 2010 |

Online journal focused on the integration of nutrition, exercise physiology, and molecular and cellular biochemistry of metabolism.

Nutrition Data

Jun 28, 2010 |

Site with nutrition facts, including food labels, calories, nutritional information and analysis that helps promote healthy eating.

Nutrition Journal

Jun 28, 2010 |

An open access, peer-reviewed, online journal that considers manuscripts within the field of human nutrition.