Food and You: A Guide to Healthy Habits for Teens

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soft, and ICL built with a touch-screen, PC monitor attached to allow users to check e-mail, bank online, pay bills, or place a grocery order. No matter whether you order your groceries from home or select them in the store, it still pays to be a smart shopper.


ADDITIONAL READING

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Barfield, Rhonda. Eat Healthy for $50 a Week: Feed Your Family Nutritious,Delicious Meals for Less. New York: Kensington Publishing, 1996.

Bingham, Joan, and Dolores Riccio. The Smart Shopper’s Guide to Food Buyingand Preparation. New York: Simon&Schuster, 1982.


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Cony, Sue. At the Market. New York: Viking Penguin, 1998.


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Ebenkamp, Becky. “Tipping the Balance.” Brandweek, May 10, 1999, vol. 40, no. 19: 4–5.


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Farrington, Jan. “Are Ads Making You Sick?” Current Health 2, April 1999, vol. 25, no. 8: 6–7.


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Haas, Elson M. The Staying Healthy Shopper’s Guide. Berkeley, Calif.: Celestial Arts, 1999.

Havala, Suzanne. Shopping for Health. New York: HarperCollins, 1996.

Henkel, John. “Irradiation: A Safe Measure for Safer Food.” FDA Consumer, May-June 1998, vol. 32, no. 3: 12–18.

Hunter, Beatrice Trum. “More Precise RDAs?” Consumer Research Magazine, May 1998, vol. 81, no. 5: 8–10.


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Jacobson, George T. 50 Secrets Your Grocer Doesn’t Want You to Know: AnInsider’s Guide to Stretching Your Grocery Shopping Dollars. Redmond, Wash.: Andante Publishing, 1995.

Jacobson, Michael F., Lisa Lefferts, and Anne Witte Garland. Safe Food: EatingWisely in a Risky World. Los Angeles: Living Planet Press, 1991.

Janoff, Barry. “Foods for Thought.” Progressive Grocer, January 2000, vol. 79, no. 1: 59–62.


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Klein, Jennifer. “Debate Continues over Federal Standard for Organic Produce.” Knight-Ridder/Tribune Business News, August 6, 1999.


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Maradino, Cristin. “Is Zapping Food the Answer?” Vegetarian Times, December 1997, no. 244: 12–14.

Marietta, Anne B., Kathleen J. Welshimer, and Sara Long Anderson. “Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviors of College Students Regarding the 1990 Nutrition Labeling Education Act Food Labels.” Journal of the AmericanDietetic Association 99, no. 4 (April 1999): 445.

Mogelonsky, Marcia. Everybody Eats: Supermarket Consumers in the 1990s. Ithaca, N.Y.: American Demographics, 1995.


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“Organic Food: Green Greens?” Consumer Reports, January 1998, vol. 63, no. 1: 12–17.

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