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61. In Minnesota And InCitiesOnline Explore Health/Fitness Resources
in this ezine, which covers diet, nutrition, natural remedies health resources anda directory of mental health professionals Walking University of minnesota.
Home Classifieds Links Minnesota Forums ... News Health/Fitness
Health/Fitness Sites Health/Fitness Sites American Dietetic Association - Information about this organization and their efforts to promote good nutrition. It also includes a list of nutrition resources and a searchable database of registered dietitians
American Health and Nutrition, Inc.
- This site is a resource center for certified organic commodities. It provides product information, a list of distributors and a certification overview
American Medical Association: Adolescent Health On-Line

American Running and Fitness Association

Child and Adolescent Nutrition and Health
- This site is maintained by the International Food Information Council Foundation
Children's Health Development Foundation
- This interactive site aims to share global examples of health-promoting initiatives in school communities

62. UC Berkeley. Public Health Library. Food/Nutrition Resources
division of the minnesota Attorney General's following selections General nutrition,Parents, Women, Kids, Journalists, health Professionals, Educators
Public Health Library
42 Warren Hall
Food/Nutrition Resources
Organizations and Agencies
American Dietetic Association
Includes ADA Position Papers and tables of contents for recent issues of the Journal of the American Dietetic Association
California Dietetic Association
Center for Advanced Studies in Nutrition and Social Marketing (U.C. Davis)
The Center's mission is "to enhance social marketing strategies to improve nutrition and physical activity behaviors related to the prevention of cancer and other chronic diseases." The web site has information on current projects, as well as publications.
Consumers Union
Food Safety
Do You Know What You're Eating: An Analysis of U.S. Government Data on Pesticide Residues in Foods (Feburary 1999)
The Consumers Union analyzed data collected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Pesticide Data Program (PDP) from 1994-1997 to determine the relative amounts and toxicity of pesticide residues in various food. Over 27,000 food samples were used.
Food Safety Risk Analysis Clearinghouse
A joint effort of the University of Maryland and the US Food and Drug Administration, the Clearinghouse aims to assist those involved with the many aspects of risk analysis as it pertains to food safety. The site provides terminology definitions, completed and ongoing food safety risk assessments, online tutorials, a list of databases, and more.

63. Health Groups Sour Over New Dairy Campaign | BluePrint For Health
Atlanta; Ann Marie Krautheim, RD, MA, vice president, nutrition and health promotion,National This Web site is a free resource for everyone in minnesota.


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Health Groups Sour Over New Dairy Campaign Several leading associations say the new "3-A-Day" drive doesn't stress low-fat fare, and that it borrows too heavily from another campaign. By Kathleen Doheny
MONDAY, Jan. 27 (HealthScoutNews) Food fight! Just when the health-conscious public was getting familiar with the "5 A Day" campaign the one that urges us to stay healthy by eating five servings of fruits and vegetables daily along comes the "3-A-Day" plan. It may sound like a quick-fix way to skimp, but it's not. "3-A-Day" is a new campaign by the National Dairy Council, the folks who helped made milk mustaches chic. It urges us to eat enough dairy products, including milk, cheese and yogurt. "5 A Day" was begun in California with a National Cancer Institute grant and then taken nationwide in 1991; now it's a private-public partnership that includes government agencies and fruit and vegetable industry organizations. The "5 A Day" folks don't seem to think imitation flatters. They have fired off a letter to the dairy council, asking it to dismantle the campaign. Representatives from the American Cancer Society, the American Heart Association and other organizations signed the letter.

64. Alumni: Amy G. Myrdal
Manager for Dole Food Company's nutrition health Program in her Tufts internshipat General Mills nutrition Department in Minneapolis, minnesota.
Center on Nutrition Communication
Center on Nutrition Communication Alumni
Amy G. Myrdal
Amy G. Myrdal, MS RD Amy began her professional career in public relations, first working as an independent consultant for food and beverage clients including General Mills and Fresh Samantha Juices. She then joined the Agrifoods Division of Fleishman-Hillard in Kansas City where her clients included Ocean Spray Cranberries and the Wheat Foods Council. In 1998 Amy joined Rippe Lifestyle Institute in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts as a senior research dietitian where she led nutrition intervention protocols for cardiovascular research studies and co-authored a cookbook, The Healthy Heart Cookbook For Dummies. In 1999 Amy was promoted to the Director of Marketing for the REWARD Project, a national weight registry coordinated by Rippe Lifestyle Institute. Amy earned her bachelor of science in dietetics from the University of California Davis (1994), completed her dietetic internship at the University of Minnesota (1995), and earned her master of science in nutrition communication from Tufts University School of Nutrition Science and Policy (1997). Amy completed her Tufts internship at General Mills Nutrition Department in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Amy grew up on a large, diversified farm in North Dakota, which is where her interest in food, nutrition and agriculture all began. She is an avid gardener, adventurous cook and obsessive cookbook collector.

65. Minnesota Medical Association - Public Education
Parent education classes provide information about nutrition; First aid, health,and wellness; local school districts to all minnesota families with
Prescription for a Healthy Baby MINNESOTA DOCTORS PRESCRIBE PARENT EDUCATION CLASSES Useful Links The Minnesota Medical Association's Physician Resource Guide for Parents of Babies and Toddlers Ages to 3 How Important Are the First Three Years of Life?
  • Between 10 and 18 months, emotional and self-control connections are wired. The brain circuits that process sounds are wired by age 1. The brain circuits for math and logic are wired by age 4. Unless they are used, brain cells are eliminated. Connections that are never or seldom used wither and fade away. They can never be replaced. The window of opportunity for fully developing intelligence is open from age to 3. Babies whose moms, dads, or other caregivers read to them, talk to them, and play with them will be brighter, do better in school, and get along better with other people. Babies who are abused learn to anticipate danger anxiously; their hearts race and their stress hormones surge when the smallest threat is perceived. These reactions set the stage for stress-related illnesses later in life.
How Can Physicians Help their Patients Raise Bright, Happy Kids?

66. Nutrition Education In Schools
and Adolescent Trial for Cardiovascular health (CATCH) program introduced a threeyearnutrition education and in California, Louisiana, minnesota, and Texas.
PDF Nutrition Policy Profiles:
Nutrition Education in Schools
This paper is part of a series of nutrition policy profiles prepared by Prevention Institute for the Center for Health Improvement (CHI). Background The goal of nutrition education is to motivate participants to eat a healthy diet. Children are a very important audience for nutrition education because a healthy diet is essential for their normal growth and development, and because children are establishing food patterns that carry into adulthood. Good nutrition promotes not only better physical health and reduced susceptibility to disease, but has also been demonstrated to contribute to cognitive development and academic success. Left to their own devices, children will not automatically select healthy foods. Their innate preference for sweet foods makes them particularly vulnerable to the highly sugared cereals, soda, and candy that are marketed to them virtually from birth. In order to develop lifelong healthy eating patterns, children need to be introduced to a variety of nutritious foods in a positive manner. Schools are potentially excellent settings for nutrition education. Virtually all children attend school every weekday and consume at least one or two meals daily on school grounds. The school environment can strongly influence children's eating behaviors, whether through the examples provided by teachers and other adults, the food served in the cafeteria and classroom, or through exposure to peer habits. Effective nutrition education helps shape these environmental factors and assists students in developing the skills needed to select healthy diets.

67. Nutrition & Food Science Links
Food Science Emory University Graduate Program in nutrition and health SciencesMichigan State Univ. of minnesota Food Science and nutrition Dept.
We do not endorse any information found via links to other sites. American Association of Cereal Chemists
American College of Nutrition

American Council on Science and Health

American Dietetic Association
American Society for Nutritional Sciences
provides Nutrient Information Statements which lists arsenic to zinc and are written for the educated layperson.
American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition

Arbor Communications
in Australia has many links
Australian Nutrition Foundation

Berkeley Nutrition Services
provides diet assessment
Ed Blonz, Ph.D.
has put together a comprehensive list of links and saved us the work!
provides consumer advice Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America CSIRO Division of Human Nutrition 2000 Dietary Guidelines for Americans Eat Well - Live Well Centre in Australia Fast-Food Finder gives you nutrition information on most fast food items. home page FDA Consumer Magazine FDA Nutrition Information for Consumers Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine Institute of Food Technologists International Food Information Council International Life Sciences Institute International Union of Nutritional Sciences ... National Institute of Nutrition - Canada Southeast Michigan Dietetic Association Tufts University Nutrition Navigator rates the content of many nutrition sites Trans Fat InfoWeb Page USDA Western Human Nutrition Center The "Virtual" Nutrition Center
Other University Programs
Links to most graduate nutrition programs in the USA Peterson's Guide to Graduate Study has detailed information on many fields

68. Dietetic Technology - Normandale Community College
in providing quality, costeffective nutrition care and homes, schools, communityhealth programs, food companies will complete the minnesota College Admission

69. John Marty's Agenda For Minnesota's Future: Children And Families
In many parts of minnesota, victims of domestic abuse have limited orno access to these services. health Care and nutrition.
John Marty's Agenda for Minnesota's Future: Children and Families
All politicians say they support children and strong families. However, the proof of their commitment comes in the budget process when critical programs are underfunded because, they say, "we cannot afford them." John Marty knows that even in these times of tight government budgets there are certain investments we can't afford not to make investments that save far more in taxes then they cost. Of course, government programs are only part of the solution. We must strengthen our communities, families, churches and civic groups as well. As a state we must begin making wise investments in the health and well-being of our children and families now in order to ensure a bright future for all Minnesotans. No matter how worn the saying, an ounce of prevention really is worth a pound of cure. Most first grade teachers are able to identify which students are likely to get into trouble and yet many of even these children still slip through the cracks. Resources are too scarce, programs are too crowded and time is too limited. It is appalling that as a state we are already giving up on six-year-olds. It is not cheap to meet their needs but it is far more expensive to ignore them. John Marty is the only candidate who has proposed to fully fund key cost-saving programs for children and families, and he is the only candidate who has proposed a fair way to raise the necessary revenue through additional taxes on the wealthiest four percent of Minnesotans.

70. Crosby-Ironton Schools' Food Service
If you want to eat right for health and disease The minnesota Department of Children,Families, and Learning's Food and nutrition Service touches the
Crosby-Ironton Schools' Food Service
711 Poplar Street; Crosby, Minnesota 56441-1198
Telephone: (218) 546-5168 E-mail:
For information about our food service department or child nutrition programs, please feel free to browse the following links: Our Breakfast/Lunch Menu View the instructions for printing the printable version of our Breakfast/Lunch Menu The Free and Reduced Meal Program is part of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) which provides nutritionally balanced, low-cost or free lunches to nearly 27 million children each school day. The income guidelines and other helpful information regarding their Free and Reduced Meal Program is outlined on this site. The program is administered by the Child Nutrition Department , which is part of the USDA's Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) The Kids Food Cyberclub is a cool site designed to teach 3rd to 5th grade children about food, nutrition, and health. In addition to their student section, there are suggestions of activities parents can participate in with their child which will help them to learn more about food and nutrition. For educators, the site combines classroom activities with a web site where students in learn about food and nutrition and its relationship to health.

71. Nutrition—College Of Agricultural, Food And Environmental Sciences (COAFES
to have a criminal background check conducted by the state of minnesota. 3 cr) FScN3615—Sociocultural Aspects of Food, nutrition, and health (3 cr) FScN
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The nutrition program is a collaborative partnership between COAFES and the College of Human Ecology. The major explores how nutrients and the foods from which they are derived aid the body in health, growth, and development. With major national and international concern for how food and nutrition affect health and disease, registered dietitians and nutritionists have many career opportunities. Students choose one of three options: nutrition , the Coordinated Program in Dietetics , or nutrition science
Students expecting to apply to either the Coordinated Program in Dietetics, an internship, or a graduate school should maintain a GPA of at least 2.80. A cumulative GPA of at least 3.00 is highly recommended, and in the case of some graduate schools is required, for admission.
The Didactic Program in Dietetics (Nutrition Option) is currently granted Developmental Accreditation, and the Coordinated Program in Dietetics is currently granted Accreditation status, by the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education of the American Dietetic Association, 216 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL 60606-6995, 312-899-5400.

72. University Of Minnesota Animal Sciences Graduate Program - Support Programs
areas of research and provide information on health and disease for Department ofFood Science and nutrition. 1998 University of minnesota Animal Sciences
DEPARTMENT OF GENETICS AND CELL BIOLOGY Course work in cell biology, genetics, human genetics, developmental biology, and molecular genetics
Department of Genetics and Cell Biology Home Page
DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED STATISTICS Course work in Applied Statistics (the Department of Applied Statistics is part of the School of Statistics) includes methodogy, regression analysis, and experimental design.
Department of Applied Statistics Home Page
DEPARTMENT OF VETERINARY PATHOBIOLOGY The Department of Veterinary PathoBiology in the College of Veterinary Medicine encompasses a diverse faculty and staff who provide the collegiate focus for teaching, research, and service-related programs in the fields of anatomy, avian health, microbiology and immunology, molecular biology and biochemistry, parasitology, pathology and clinical pathology, and pharmacology. A primary mission of the department is to educate veterinary medical students in basic and specialized clinical sciences. In addition, the department offers courses for undergraduates, graduate, extension and continuing education students. The department promotes a broad and diverse spectrum of research technologies and skills which nurture strong research and graduate programs. These programs promote a high level of productivity in basic, applied and comparative areas of research and provide information on health and disease for the veterinary profession, animal producers and other biological scientists. These research skills and technologies also serve as an important resource in the College and with other units within the University.

73. USAID Global Health: Partnerships
Development International; Mercy Corps International; minnesota International health PopulationCouncil; Population health and nutrition Information Project
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USAID supports, enhances, and provides leadership to many global partnerships in the health sector. These partnerships complement USAID's existing programs and, by leveraging new resources, expertise, and technologies, offer greater opportunities to achieve development objectives.
Interagency Agreements
The USAID's Bureau for Global Health utilizes the expertise of other key Federal Agencies to support global health related activities.

74. Stearns County, Minnesota: Services List
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Financial Assistance Food Support Program (formerly Food Stamps) Foster Care ... Out-of-Home Placements Physical Disabilities Probation (Juvenile Supervision) Self-Sufficiency (MFIP) Tobacco Use Prevention Activities WIC Nutrition Services Services for Families including: Adoption Child and Teen Checkups Child Care Assistance Programs Child Protective Services ... Community Parenting Classes (79 Kb Adobe .PDF file) Day Care Family Home Visiting Financial Assistance Food Support Program (formerly Food Stamps) ... WIC Nutrition Services Services for Adults including: Adult Foster Care Adult Mental Health Chemical Dependency Community Service Work Program Developmental Disability/Mental Retardation Electronic Monitoring Services First Step Program Immunizations / Flu Clinics Long Term Care

75. Southwestern Allied Health Sciences School Catalog: Clinical Nutrition
of various components of health care Professor BS, University of minnesota, 1995 Careercounseling; sports and wellness nutrition; educational technology
Clinical Nutrition
Degree Offered
Bachelor of Science
Clinical Dietetics
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate
Clinical Dietetics
Scott M. Grundy, M.D., Ph.D.
Coordinated Program in Clinical Dietetics
Program Director
Joyce P. Barnett, M.S.
This undergraduate program offers specialized professional education for individuals preparing for a career in clinical dietetics. The profession requires skill in the application of the concepts of nutrition as well as knowledge of the basic and behavioral sciences. The goal of the program is to prepare well-qualified clinical-dietetic practitioners to provide medical nutrition therapy throughout the health-care delivery system. Dietitians assess nutritional status and implement nutrition-therapy plans for the treatment of disease and the promotion of health. This program includes the study of nutrition throughout the life cycle, from birth to advanced age. Students also are offered the opportunity to study extensively the role of nutrition in the causes and treatment of a variety of medical disorders. Graduates of the program may assume positions in acute or ambulatory settings in such areas as cardiac rehabilitation, pediatrics, diabetes, nutritional support, trauma, and cancer. Unique opportunities are available for graduates in home-health agencies, fitness and wellness programs, schools, community-health programs, and industry.

76. Investigators
Adolescent vegetarians A behavioral profile of a schoolbased populationin minnesota. (Abstracted in nutrition Week. Journal of School health.


CDR Investigators

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Fairview University Medical Center
Center for Diabetes Research
Investigators Name: Diane Neumark-Sztainer, Ph.D. Current Position (s):
Associate Professor, Division of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota
Chair, Master’s in Public Health Nutrition Program, Division of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota Research Interests and areas of potential collaboration:
Selected publications:

Neumark-Sztainer D, Palti H, Butler R. Weight concerns and eating disturbances among high school girls in Israel. The Journal of Adolescent Health. 1995;16:53-59. Neumark-Sztainer D, Butler R, Palti H. Eating disturbances among adolescent girls: Evaluation of a school-based primary prevention program. Journal of Nutrition Education. 1995;27:24-31. Neumark-Sztainer D, Story M, Garwick A, Resnick MD, Blum RW. Body dissatisfaction and unhealthy weight control behaviors among adolescents with and without chronic illness: A population-based study. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. 1995;149:1330-1335. Neumark-Sztainer D. School-based programs for preventing eating disturbances. Journal of School Health. 1996;66:64-71.

77. Martindale's Health Science Guide: Nutrition Center
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78. University Of Minnesota Catalogs Online–Duluth
grades 512) and meets the minnesota Board of Teaching (1) Hlth 5161—School HealthPrograms Early Childhood Society (3) Hlth 1470*—Human nutrition (3) Psy

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    Try UMD's search engine. Quick Course Links Online Course Database (Descriptions and prerequisites of all courses offered by UMD) Class Schedule (Schedule of courses offered each semester) Course Guide (Expanded course information) Health Education (Hlth) B.A.S. The bachelor of applied science (B.A.S.) in health education prepares graduates to practice in sites such as schools, voluntary health agencies, public health departments, hospitals, corporate work sites, and businesses. Upper division students select an area of concentration in either community health education or school health education. All health educators, regardless of work site, must possess a number of general competencies. The curriculum, therefore, prepares students to assess, plan, implement, deliver, administer, and evaluate health education programs that promote health and prevent disease. Admission Requirements and Academic Progress Pre-school health majors must maintain a 2.50 GPA overall and in the major for admission to the teacher education program and for graduation. All pre-majors whose GPA falls below 2.50 are monitored by faculty advisers and the program coordinator.
  • 79. U Of MN - CHE - Nutrition Science Career Information
    Lifestyle Education Assistant Brist Chiropractic Family health Care. Dietitian MinnesotaMasonic HomeNorthridge. help you to prepare for a career in nutrition by
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    Nutrition/Nutrition Science Career Information Table of Contents Does this sound like you? Do these settings sound interesting? The food service industry, managing various types of food service facilities, community and governmental food and nutrition programs, sports nutrition, nutrition education, sales, such as sales representatives for food, pharmaceutical or food ingredient firms, food safety positions, health and wellness programs for various organizations or corporate settings. Registered Dietitians may work in hospitals or other health-oriented organizations. Do you think you would enjoy working in positions like these?

    80. Chronic Disease Prevention | Programs | Nutrition & Physical Activity
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