With the current encouragement of numerous professional organizations supporting a bill to develop best practices for integrating food and nutrition concepts into the K-12 Education Act, now is the time for such a book as “Wardlaw's Contemporary Nutrition.” Refereed literature demonstrating that our public is in need of user friendly health literacy, food and nutrition literacy, and healthcare literacy is identified in the writing styles of Smith, Collene, and Spees. The authors have labored and developed a user-friendly text to share the contemporary use of nutrition as the pivotal key to good health.
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