Presented by Kingston Public Library and edible South Shore & South Coast
Thursday, September 15th 2016, Kingston Senior Center
Books in the Old Colony Library Network:
Adams, Mike. Food Forensics: the hidden toxins lurking in your food and how you can avoid them for lifelong health, 2016.
Nestle, Marion. What to Eat, 2007.
Newton, David E. GMO food: a reference handbook, 2014.
Stewart, Kimberly Lord. Eating Between the lines: the supermarket shopper’s guide to the truth behind food labels, 2007.
EatRight: Academy of nutrition and dietetics
Jeff Novick “Should I Eat That?” video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtxvIHRkoAg
Food Safety and Inspection Service Meat and Poultry Labeling Terms www.fsis.usda.gov/wps/portal/fsis/topics/food-safety-education/get-answers/food-safety-fact-sheets/food-labeling/meat-and-poultry-labeling-terms/meat-and-poultry-labeling-terms
Environmental Working Group- source for “Dirty Dozen, Clean 15” ratings and a downloadable app called “Food Scores” with a built in QR reader that scans and rates processed foods: http://ewg.org
“How Safe Is That Chicken?” www.consumerreports.org/cro/2012/05/how-safe-is-that-chicken/index.htm
Blake, Joan Salge. “Coming soon to your local supermarket: a new nutrition label.” U.S. News and World Report, May 23, 2016.
Hession, Julie. “How to read nutrition labels” Rachel Ray Every Day Magazine, 2016.
Lee, Rebecca. “Consumer Reports: “Natural” food labels misleading customers.” CBS News January 27, 2016.
Okura, Lynn. “Navigating the grocery store: an attempt to eat real food on a budget.” Oprah Magazine
Ruhs, Barbara M.S. R.D. “Learn to decipher supermarket shelf nutrition labels” Chicago Health online.
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This program is a collaboration between the Kingston Public Library, the Kingston Council on Aging and the Kingston Public Library Foundation.