Mealtime Environment Course: Reference List
References for Mealtimes That Build Healthy Eating Habits
Berman, Christine, and Jacki Fromer. Meals Without Squeals Child Care Feeding Guide & Cookbook. 3rd ed. Grand Rapids: Bull, 2006.
Child and Adult Care Food Program (U.S.), and United States. Food and Nutrition Service.Making Nutrition Count for Children: Nutrition Guidance for Child Care Homes. Food and Nutrition Service: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 2003.
Duyff, Roberta Larson, and ADA (American Dietetic Association). American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide. New York: Wiley, 2006.
Ernsperger, Lori, and Tania Stegen-Hanson. Just Take a Bite. Chicago: Future Horizons, 2004.
Making Mealtime a Happy Time for Preschoolers. Berkeley: California Dept of Education, 1983.
“Preparing Food for Preschoolers,” California Department of Education (CDE), Unpublished Edition, 2001.
Satter, Ellyn. Child of Mine Feeding with Love and Good Sense. Grand Rapids: Bull, 2000.
Satter, Ellyn. Secrets of Feeding a Healthy Family. Madison, WI: Kelcy, 1999.
“Section 7. Happy Mealtimes for Healthy Kids.” CARE Connection for CACFP Child Care Providers. National Food Service Management Institute. The University of Mississippi. Web. 24 Feb. 2010.
Web-based Outside Sources
Food Allergy Research & Education The Food Allergy Research Education (FARE) was established in 1991. FARE membership now stands at close to 30,000 worldwide and includes families, dietitians, nurses, physicians, school staff, and representatives from government agencies and the food and pharmaceutical industries. FARE serves as the communication link between the patient and others.
www.fightbac.org The fightbac.org website is from the Partnership for Food Safety Education (PFSE), a resource for food safety and safe food handling campaign information.
www.foodsafety.gov A gateway to Government food safety information.
(Accessed on August 20, 2015)