Search here for legislation and regulations by state regarding nutrition, obesity, and physical activity. You may limit your search to a particular topic such as bicycling, farm direct foods, school nutrition, and many others.
Provides weekly and monthly charts with the average costs of food at home by four levels: thrifty, low-cost, moderate, and liberal, with further break-downs by age and gender. Alaska and Hawaii have separate bi-annual charts.
The aim is to assist professionals involved with the many aspects of risk analysis as it pertains to the safety of our food. Contains unique datasets, tutorials, tools, and links to numerous sources of information.
Nutrition information and clinical tools for health care professionals. Includes nutrition care for specific conditions; nutrition calculators; supplement formulary; client education materials and sample menus; and additional resources. (ADA Nutrition Care Manual)
Provides research-based nutrition information and clinical tools. Provides nutrition care processes for specific diseases; nutrition calculators; nutrition therapy foods and sample menus; and more.
This site shows obesity rates by state for adults and children in the U.S. and contains other state-specific obesity-related information. The report itself ranks state obesity rates and lists government policies that attempt to curb obesity. The report also lists key recommendations for policy reforms aimed at reducing obesity rates.
A non-profit research and public policy organization devoted to improving the world’s diet, preventing obesity, and reducing weight stigma. Site includes Policy briefs, reports, podcasts, legislation database, and more.
This database is provided by the USDA Nutrient Data Laboratory (NDL), which provides information on the nutrient content of foods consumed in the United States. The database of over 7,500 food products can be searched and/or downloaded.
A statewide movement of local, state and national partners collectively working toward improving the health status of low-income Californians through increased fruit and vegetable consumption and daily physical activity.
A nutrition and food safety resource for consumers, health professionals, journalists, educators, government officials, and students. Provides timely resources on a variety of topics such as weight management, diet and health, food safety, food production, international food issues, and communications.
The FSP's main activities include capacity building in food safety system, chemical hazards in food supply, food derived from biotechnology, surveillance of foodborne disease. Reports, brochures, and fact sheets are available.