Dietary Guidelines for Americans HealthGov Dietary Guidelines for Americans is published jointly every 5 years by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Department of Agriculture (USDA). The Guidelines provide authoritative advice for people two years and older about how good dietary habits can promote health and reduce risk for major chronic diseases. The website includes press releases, publications, toolkits, webcasts, and additional resources.
Nutrition Center CDC This part of the CDC's website focuses on nutrition and healthy living topics, including nutrition for everyone, healthy weight, breastfeeding, bone health, information for health professionals, nutrition for youth, and more. Each section contains articles, fact sheets, and links to additional resources.
Vegetarian Diet MedLinePlus This site provides links to materials on a Vegetarian Diet, including overviews, nutrition information, related issues, research, organizations, and specific information for children and teens. The site is very easy to navigate and provides links to many useful materials.
Nutrition MedLinePlus This site provides links to information on Nutrition, including overviews, health check tools, related issues, clinical trials, research, organizations, statistics, and specific information for teenagers, men and women. The site is very easy to navigate and provides links to quality materials.
Healthy Meals Resource System USDA This site by the USDA provides recipes, resources and information on providing nutritious meals to children, as well as food safety techniques. This information also includes meal plan suggestions, resources for more information, and current news articles.