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Food Intake
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Diabetes Life Line
  2006
Dietary Reference Intakes (DRIs)/ Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDAs)
  2005
Creative Solutions: Meal Patterns: Only a First Step in Menu Planning
  2005
Creative Solutions: Meal Patterns: Only a First Step in Menu Planning
  2005
Steps to a Healthier You
  2005
Dietary Guidelines for Americans
  2005
Food Consumption (Per Capita) Data System
  2005
"Determine Your Nutritional Health Checklist" Interactive Version
  2005
Using RDAs and the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans in Older Americans Act Nutrition Programs
  2005
Super Snack Menus
  2005
Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2005 by chapter with Key Recommendations for OLDER ADULTS
  2005
Creative Solutions: USDA Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program
  2004
Creative Solutions: Nutrient Analysis Software for Menu Planning and Evaluation
  2003
National Dysphagia Diet: Standardization for Optimal Care
  2003
Dealing with Food Allergies
  2003
Vegetarian Nutrition Resource List
  2002
Dietary Reference Intakes and Dietary Guidelines in Older Americans Act Nutrition Programs An Issue Panel Report
  2002
Creative Solutions: Increasing Participation at Older Americans Act Title III Funded Congregate Meal Sites
  2001
Creative Solutions: Restaurant-based Congregate Nutrition Sites and Restaurant Voucher Programs
  2001
Nutrition Problems of the Elderly
  2000
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