How to Build a Healthy Eating Pattern is a handout for patients or clients featuring tips for making nutritious food and beverage choices a part of your everyday routine.[PDF - 520 KB]
General Nutrition and Health Information
DHHS, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
The Prevention Policy Matters Blog helps translate public health policy into practice, offering innovative ways to make national guidelines work in communities across the nation. Discover insights and practical tips from experts across all of ODPHP’s divisions, as well as compelling stories from other professionals.
DHHS. ODPHP. National Health Information Center.
The Dietary Guidelines Alliance. International Food Information Council Foundation.
Provides information to inspire you to take charge of planning your diet and getting the right amount of physical activity. Focuses on being realistic, active, balanced, adventurous and sensible in achieving your goals.
International Food Information Council Foundation.
Provides information on topics ranging from general nutrition to food safety.
Government of Canada. Health Canada.
Promotes healthy lifestyles and disease prevention through the dissemination of evidence-based nutrition policy and research.
Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research.
Provides general information on health and nutrition.
Pennsylvania State University. Department of Food Science. Nutrition Information and Resource Center.
Database of nutrition information including links to Web sites, online publications, and NIRC library materials.
New York State Department of Health. Center for Community Health.
Provides guidelines and suggestions for health food and physical activity choices for meetings. Also includes information and suggestions for vendors.
Iowa State University Extension.
Provides answers to commonly asked questions about the role of vitamins and minerals in overall health.