Annotated Bibliography Example: Food Day October 24, 2012

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Annotated Bibliography "Food Day, October 24, 2012." Food Day. Center for Science in the Public Interest, n.d. Web. 30 Nov. 2012 The Center for Science in the Public Interest have created a website with an article that explains the causes, and effects of our faulty health system. They have created a “food day” were they address how to become healthier, and how to have others become healthier as well. They have five priorities that will help increase the public health in our world. The Center for the Science in the Public Interest is known for doing research and helping develop healthier ways people can live. They wrote this article for the everyday people who should be more informed about how important health is and ways to achieve…show more content…
I could use this in my paper because it’s talking about the same thing I would be talking about. This is intended for people asking the question; why are kids getting fat? It’s intended to inform the reader about the topic. I think this is an interesting article that brings up good talking points. I found this article by typing in the search engine in Google “why do parents let their kids eat badly?” I scrolled down, and saw “child obesity”, so I thought to click on it, and read what it was about. "Tips for a Fun & Healthy Lunch | Whole Foods Market." Tips for a Fun & Healthy Lunch | Whole Foods Market. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 Dec. 2012. This article is written from the makers of the whole foods market. They specialize in bring healthy food to nearby stores, for people to enjoy. This article gives tips on how to make healthier choices, for you and your kid. They give helpful tips on preparing healthier lunches, and snacks. I could use this article to refer to one of the tips they give. They explain ways to create a healthier dish for kids to enjoy. They wrote this article intended for parents. To offer other ways parents could make healthier dishes with their kids. I think it’s a good source, and a reliable one. I found this article by typing in the search engine eating healthy, and then exploring what the whole foods site had to
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