- Why Do We Eat?
- Food Is Fuel
- Mouth to Stomach in One Swallow
- A Journey through the Intestine
- Food for life
- Staying Healthy
- Food Nutrient Chart
H. Craig Heller, Principal Investigator
Mary L. Kiely, Project Director
H. Craig Heller, James V. Lawry
James V. Lawry, Stan Ogren, Marjorie Gray, Geraldine Horsma
- 1 (top center): Bernd Wittich/Visuals Unlimited
- 2 (bottom center): Robert E. Daemmrich/Tony Stone Images
- 14 (top center): Phil Degginger/Tony Stone Images
- 24 (top center): AP/Wide World Photos
- 34 (top center): Cabisco/Visuals Unlimited
- 47 (top center): “The Field Museum” #A76851, Chicago, Illinois
- 48 (top center): W.A. Banaszewski/Visuals Unlimited
- 48 (middle left): Corbis-Bettmann
- 48 (bottom left): James Mayo/Chicago Tribune
- 56 (top center): Terry Donnelly/West Stock
- Food Nutrient chart: Morrill, Judi, Sheri Bakun, and Suzanne Murphy. Are You Eating Right? San Jose: Department of Nutrition and Food Science, San Jose State University, 1992. Whitney, Eleanor Noss, and Sharon Rady Rolfes. Understanding Nutrition, 7th ed. St. Paul: West Information Publishing Group, 1996.
- FAO information: Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Food Security and Nutrition. Prepared for the 1996 World Food Summit.
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