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Top 10 Causes of Death (U.S. Population) (page 6)
Modified from Hoyert DL, Kochanek KD, Murphy SL: Deaths: final data for
1997. National Vital Statistics Reports 47:1-104, 1999.
Healthy People 2010 (page 7)
From the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Healthy People 2010
(Conference Edition, in two volumes). Washington, DC, January 2000.
Eat 5 A Day for Better Health (page 8)
By permission of the Produce for Better Health Foundation.
Dietary Guidelines for Americans (page 9)
From the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Dietary
Guidelines Advisory Committee, 2000. Nutrition and Your Health: Dietary
Guidelines for Americans, 2000.
The Food Guide Pyramid (pages 11 and 79)
Modified from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services, The Food Guide Pyramid.
How Many Servings Do You Need Each Day? (page 13)
Modified from the International Food Information Council Foundation, U.S.
Department of Agriculture Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion, and the Food
Marketing Institute: The Food Guide Pyramid: Beyond the Basic 4. Revised 1996.
Pyramids (page 15)
Mayo Clinic Healthy Weight Pyramid: From Energy density: how to eat more and
achieve a healthy weight. Mayo Clinic Women’s HealthSource, January 2001, p 2. By
permission of Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research.
California Pyramid: From Heber D: The Resolution Diet. Garden City Park,
New York, Avery Publishing Group, 1999, p 80. By permission of the author.
Asian Pyramid and Mediterranean Pyramid: From Putting the whole back in
wholesome. Supplement to Mayo Clinic Women’s HealthSource, November 1998. By
permission of Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research.
Body Mass Index Table (page 49)
Modified from National Institutes of Health Clinical Guidelines on the
Identification, Evaluation, and Treatment of Overweight and Obesity in Adults, 1998.

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By permission of Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. p 4. 1998. Evaluation. The Combination Diet From the DASH Study (page 56) Modified from National Institutes of Health. By permission of Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. 1993. Medical Essay (Supplement to Mayo Clinic Health Letter). p 3. October 1997. Detection. 1997. New York. Mini-Glossary of Lipid-Related Terms (page 63) Modified from McGoon MD: Mayo Clinic Heart Book. 1999. The Sixth Report of the Joint National Committee on Prevention. Illustration on page 62 From Larson DE: Mayo Clinic Family Health Book. How You Grow Shorter (page 68) From Osteoporosis: it’s never too late to protect your bones. William Morrow and Company. p B-3. Your Blood Lipid Test Results—What Do Those Numbers Mean? (page 65) From Cholesterol: put knowledge behind your numbers to lower your confusion level. 98-4082). Rochester. The DASH Diet (Publication No. October 1997. June 1994. New York. By permission of Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. Medical Essay (Supplement to Mayo Clinic Health Letter). Illustration on page 55 From Sheps SG: Mayo Clinic on High Blood Pressure. William Morrow and Company. Medical Essay (Supplement to Mayo Clinic Health Letter). 1996. Medical Essay (Supplement to Mayo Clinic Health Letter).498 Credits Illustration (top) on page 50 From Weight control: what works and why. Classification of High Blood Pressure (page 54) From National Institutes of Health. June 1993. p 2. p 11. Mayo Clinic. By permission of Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. pp 347-355. By permission of Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. and Treatment of High Blood Pressure. Osteoporosis in Men (page 70) From Osteoporosis: it’s never too late to protect your bones. By permission of Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. . p 1. Minnesota. By permission of Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research.

D. Magnesium. pp 250-287. Health Claims (page 93) Modified from US Food and Drug Administration Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition: A food labeling guide. Vitamin D. September 1994 (editorial revisions June 1999). 2001): Celiac disease: when food becomes the enemy Palm oil in breakfast cereals What is hominy? Facts on flaxseed The wonder of water: a drink to your health Water. October 1997. Logo on page 91 From US Food and Drug Administration: Irradiation: A Safe Measure for Safer Food. By permission of Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. 1997. September 1999. Phosphorus.MayoClinic. Medical Essay (Supplement to Mayo Clinic Health Letter).Credits 499 How Much Vitamin D Is Enough? (page 71) Data from Standing Committee on the Scientific Evaluation of Dietary Reference Intakes: Dietary Reference Intakes for Calcium. and Fluoride.com (retrieved May 1. National Academy Press. Washington. Cooking It Safe (page 149) Modified from USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service: Cook it safely! It’s a matter of degrees.. Tips for Selecting and Taking a Calcium Supplement (page 72) From Osteoporosis: it’s never too late to protect your bones. water everywhere . p 7. May-June 1998 FDA Consumer (revised June 1998). Portions of the text of Grains (pages 269-289) and Beverages (pages 377-387) are from the following articles on http://www. September 1999.C. Sources of Bacteria (page 148) Data from USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service: Four simple steps to food safety.