History of Federal Nutrition Education

Infographic describing the history of federal nutrition education

Citations

  1. Atwater, W.O. (1844-1907)
  2. Atwater, W.O. (1894). Food and Diet.
  3. Schmidt, Rowena C. (1929) Good Food Habits for Children.
  4. United States Bureau of Home Economics. (1923). Milk and Its Uses in the Home. Historical Dietary Guidance Digital Collection.
  5. United States Bureau of Home Economics. (1935) Vitamin G for General Well Being
  6. United States Department of Agriculture. (1946). The National Food Guide. Historical Dietary Guidance Digital Collection.
  7. Bureau of Home Economics, U.S. Department of Agriculture (1940). Adjusting Farm Family Living. Historical Dietary Guidance Digital Collection.
  8. United States Department of Agriculture. (1943). Food for Freedom. Historical Dietary Guidance Digital Collection.
  9. Consumer and Food Economics Institute. Agricultural Research Service. U.S. Department of Agriculture. (1958). Food for Fitness: A Daily Food Guide. Historical Dietary Guidance Digital Collection.
  10. United States Department of Agriculture. (1968). A Guide to Budgeting for the Young Couple. Historical Dietary Guidance Digital Collection.
  11. United States Department of Agriculture. (1968). A Guide to Budgeting for the Family. Historical Dietary Guidance Digital Collection.
  12. United States Department of Agriculture. (1976). Food Is More Than Just Something to Eat. Historical Dietary Guidance Digital Collection.
  13. United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service. (1973). Nutrients and Foods for Health. Historical Dietary Guidance Digital Collection.
  14. Consumer and Food Economics Institute (U.S.), United States. Science and Education Administration. Family Fare: a guide to good nutrition. (1978). Historical Dietary Guidance Digital Collection.
  15. Food Guide Pyramid (1992) , MyPyramid (2005), MyPlate (2011) courtesy of USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion