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Foods and Nutrition: Library research


      This guide is designed to help students do research for nutrition classes.

      Use the tabs to navigate through the pages of the guide:

  • Library research - Scroll down to find books, articles, videos, and more for your research.
  • Websites - Links to useful websites on Nutrition topics.
  • Cite Sources - Tools for citing and using sources.
  • Get Help - Get help from a librarian 24x7, get support from a tutor, ‚Äč
    or find a handout or tutorial to help you with your research.

image of "fruits and vegetables" by The Meeting Place North. Used under CC BY-NC-SA.

Nutrition Encyclopedias

Find Articles on Nutrition topics

Search these databases to find articles on nutrition topics.

Find Books, e-Books & Videos

The Library search box is your starting point to find books, ebooks, DVDs, and other materials.

Find Books, e-Books, Videos

The following links will take you to books, videos and other library materials on that topic in the PCC Library:

e-Videos on Nutrition - streaming online!


Sara Robertson Seely
Rock Creek Campus
Building 9, 2nd floor
Website / Blog Page

Chat or Text a Librarian for Help

You can chat with a PCC librarian any time you see the PCC Ask A Librarian chat widget on any of the library's pages (like the PCC Library home page) or in a subject guide like this one. You can also get to us through AIM, Yahoo!, or Google Talk.

Chat balloonsAIM/Y!: pcclib
Google Talk: pcclib@gmail

Green checkmarkYou can also text a librarian for help at: 
971-259-TEXT (8398)

Clock Need help when the library isn't open? Chat with an Answerland librarian 24-7.

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Subject Journals

The following list includes scholarly journals (research and criticism) and trade journals (for people working in your subject) about your subject:


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