Sports and Exercise NutritionBe Active Your Way: A Guide for Adults
DHHS. Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion.
Based on the 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, this guide can help you fit physical activity into your life, your way.
Active at Any Size
DHHS. NIDDK. Weight-control Information Network.
Information on exercise for larger people, focusing on exercise safety and health benefits. Also in PDF|908 KB.
Do You Believe Any of These Myths? (PDF | 62 KB)
Delaware Cooperative Extension.
Learn about food and exercise myths.
Feeding Your Child Athlete
Nemours Foundation. KidsHealth for Parents.
Geared to parents of kids involved in sports. Discusses nutritional needs of young athletes and covers other topics such as fluid needs and pressures kids face that can lead to unhealthy eating practices.
Iron: A Nutrient of Special Concern for Athletes
Learn about the importance of iron to athletes especially for female runners.
MedlinePlus: Sports Fitness
DHHS. NIH. National Library of Medicine.
Provides access to news and information on sports and fitness including nutrition-related topics.
Healthy Eating My Way
Dairy Council of California. Healthy Eating Made Easier.
Interactive tool that helps to plan physical activity and gives individualized feedback based on user input. For teenagers, see TeenBEAT - Basic Exercise & Activity Tracker.
Beginning a Weight Training Program
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
Discusses the benefits of weight training and gives an overview of what to consider before starting to weight train.