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Leah Thomas, RD/LD, CSSD, assistant athletics director for student-athlete development, Georgia Tech Athletic Association, Atlanta.
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: “Looking To Reduce Your Family’s Intake of Added Sugars? Here’s How,” “Are Canned Foods Nutritious For My Family?” "Nutrition Info About Beverages."
U.S. Department of Agriculture: “FoodData Central: Yogurt, Fruit, Low-Fat Milk.”
Mayo Clinic: “Nutrition and Healthy Eating: Added Sugars, Don’t Get Sabotaged By Sweeteners,” “Does the Sodium Nitrate In Processed Meat Increase My Risk of Heart Disease?”
International Food Information Council Foundation: “Everything You Need To Know About Aspartame.”
British Heart Foundation: “I’m Confused – Are Nuts A Healthy Snack?” “Heart Matters: 5 Reasons Why Smoothies Are Not A Shortcut To A Healthy Diet.”
Cleveland Clinic: “Health Essentials: 9 Best Tips To Help You Make Healthier Popcorn.”
Environmental Health Perspectives: “Dietary Habits Related To Food Packaging and Population Exposure to PFASs.”
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