Helpful Links

Ø  5 A Day! Dole -

Ø  Action For Healthy Kids -

Ø  Action for Healthy Kids! Soda Tool Kit - bS_Soda Toolkit.pdf

Ø  Administration for Children and Families-

Ø  American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance,-

Ø  Rhode Island branch of AAHPERD

Ø  American Academy of Pediatrics Policy Statement on Soft brinks in Schools, January, 2004

Ø  American Cancer Society! Healthy Schools Healthy Kids -

Ø  American Heart Association -

Ø  Better and Worse Snacks - Foods and brinks for School Vending Machines. Center for Science in the Public Interest, 2003. -

Ø  Connecticut Standards for Healthy Snack Foods and Beverages. Connecticut Team Nutrition, draft May, 2004

Ø  Do It With Dairy/ Trans Fat information -

Ø  Georgetown University! Bright Futures -

Ø  Guidelines for Choosing Healthier Snacks and Vending Items. Kids First, Rhode Is land 2003

Ø  Iowa State University Extension! Food for Fitness c Fun -

Ø  Kids First of Rhode Island -

Ø  Kids Health from the Nemours Foundation -

Ø  Menu for Change: Getting Healthy Foods into Schools (Stony field Farm)

Ø  Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Guidebook: Eating to Fuel Your Active Lifestyle. Nancy Clark, Leisure Press, 1990

Ø  National Center for Disease Prevention -

Ø  National Dairy Council -

Ø  National Conference of State Legislatures-

Ø  New England Dairy & Food Council -

Ø  No Junk Food -

Ø  Nutrition Explorations -

Ø  Pricing and promotion effects on low-fat vending snack purchases: the CHIPS study. French 5, Jeffery R, Story M et al. American Journal of Public Health 2001; 91:1120117.

Ø  School Nutrition Association -

Ø  The American Dietetic Association -

Ø  The American Dietetics Association's Complete Food & Nutrition Guide. Duyff, Roberta Larson, MS, RD, CFCS, New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2002.

Ø  The Center for Health & Health Care in Schools -

Ø  United States Department of Agriculture -