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Harvard School of Public Health: "The Nutrition Source: Vegetables and Fruits."
Harvard Medical School, HealthBeat: "Controlling what -- and how much -- we eat."
Harvard Medical School, Harvard Health Publications: "Why eating slowly may help you feel full faster."
Sarah B. Krieger MPH, RD, LD/N, registered dietitian/nutritionist; spokesperson, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
American Dietetic Association: "20 Ways to Enjoy More Fruits and Vegetables," "Healthy Eating on the Run," "Smart Snacking for Adults and Teens," "Eating Right for a Healthy Weight," "Eating Out," "Power Up with Breakfast," "What Are Some Healthy Ways to Eat During the Holidays?," "Portioning Your Holiday Treats," "How to Stick to a New Resolution."
New York State Department of Health: "Eat Less Fast Food."
Medline Plus: "Eating out."
Nemours Foundation: "When Snack Attacks Strike."
Go Ask Alice, Columbia University: "How do I tell when I'm no longer hungry?"
Mindless Eating: "Desktop Dining," "Meal Stuffing."
New Mexico Department of Health: "Soda Count Down."
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service: "Eating Less Sugar."
U.S. Department of Agriculture: "Carbonated beverage, cola, contains caffeine (1)"
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health: "Breakfast."
CDC: "Improving Your Eating Habits."
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