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Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: “Protein Foods for Your Vegetarian Child,” “5 Whole Grains to Keep Your Family Healthy,” “Sardines Are Tiny Fish That Are Big on Flavor.”
Advances in Nutrition: “White Potatoes, Human Health, and Dietary Guidance,” “A Comprehensive Review of Apples and Apple Components and Their Relationship to Human Health.”
Amazon (retail prices).
American Diabetes Association: “Glycemic Index and Diabetes.”
Annals of Internal Medicine: “The role of potatoes and potato components in cardiometabolic health: A review.”
Chicken of the Sea.
Cleveland Clinic: “What You Need to Know About Protein,” “White Potatoes vs. Sweet Potatoes: Which Are Healthier?”
Harvard Health: “Ask the doctor: Why is peanut butter 'healthy' if it has saturated fat?” “Eggs and your health.”
HEB (retail prices).
Idaho Potato Commission: “Cost and Size.”
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry: “Vitamin retention in eight fruits and vegetables: a comparison of refrigerated and frozen storage.”
Mayo Clinic: “I know lentils are supposed to be good for me. But how do I prepare them?”
NIH Office of Dietary Supplements: “Omega 3 Fatty Acids.”
Statista: “Retail price of bananas in the United States from 1995 to 2016 (in U.S. dollars per pound).”
Target (retail prices).
USDA Agricultural Research Service.
USDA Branded Food Products Research Service.
What’s Cooking USDA Fact Sheet: “Potatoes, Russet, Fresh.”
Walmart (retail prices).
FDA: “Dietary Fiber.”
ChooseMyPlate.gov: “Beans and peas are unique foods.”
USDA Foods Fact Sheet: “Shell Eggs,” “Oats, Whole Grain, Rolled, Dry,” “Sweet Potatoes, Fresh.”
Montana State University Extension: “A nutrition fact sheet: Bananas.”
American Academy of Family Physicians: “BRAT Diet: Recovering From an Upset Stomach.”
Fruits&Veggies More Matters: “About the Buzz: Frozen and Canned Fruits and Vegetables Vs. Fresh.”
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