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American Heart Association: "Cholesterol, Fiber and Oat Bran," "Fish 101."
The Bean Institute: Nutritional Value of Dried Beans
Blueberry Council: "Nutrition."
CDC: "Vegetable of the Month: Sweet Potatoes," "Nutrient Information for Fruits and Vegetables."
2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
Egg Nutrition Center: "Nutrient Content of One Large Egg."
FDA: "Mercury Levels in Commercial Fish and Shellfish."
Harvard Medical School: "Egg Nutrition and Heart Disease: Eggs aren't the dietary demons they're cracked up to be."
Harvard School of Public Health: "Eating Berries May Protect Against Parkinson’s Disease," "Nuts for the Heart."
IncredibleEgg.org: "Health & Nutrition."
Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD, LD, director of nutrition, WebMD.
National Cancer Institute: "Tea and Cancer Prevention: Strengths and Limits of the Evidence."
National Institutes of Health Office of Research Services: "Yogurt."
National Library of Medicine: "Diet and Disease."
Nutrients: "Major cereal grain fibers and psyllium in relation to cardiovascular health.", 2013 Apr 29
Office of Dietary Supplements: "Vitamin E."
Oregon State University: "Micronutrient Information Center – Vitamin A."
Penn State: "Are Superfoods Really Nutritional Powerhouses?"
Tufts Diet and Nutrition Letter: "Pick Berries for Head and Heart Health."
University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension: "Nuts for Nutrition."
USDA: "Food Groups – Dry Beans and Peas in the Food Guide," "5 a Day, the Color Way."
USDA Household Commodity Fact Sheet: "Potatoes, Russet, Fresh," "Sweet potatoes, Fresh."
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