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- Food and Nutrition Information Center
- National Institutes of Health: Office of Dietary Supplements
- 5 A Day for Better Health: The Power of Phytochemicals
- USDA Phytonutrient Laboratory
- U.S. Food and Drug Administration: Dietary Supplements
- "The Importance of Good Nutrition, Herbs and Phytochemicals: For Your Health, Good Looks and Longevity" by Getty T. Ambau
- "PowerFoods: Good Food, Good Health with Phytochemicals, Nature's Own Energy Boosters" by Stephanie Beling
- "Designing Your Life With Designer Foods: The Facts About Phytochemicals" by Neecie Moore
- "Eat to Heal: The Phytochemical Diet and Nutrition Plan" by Kristine M. Napier
- American Heart Association, Phytochemicals and Cardiovascular Disease.
- "Antioxidants May be Responsible for the 'French Paradox." Nutrition Research Newsletter, March 1993.
- Craig, Winston J., Ph.D.Phytochemicals: Guardians of Our Health. Vegetarian Nutrition.
- Webb, Densie. Phytonutrients: The hidden keys to disease prevention, good health. Environmental Nutrition, January 2003, Volume 26, page 1.
- Hackman, Robert. "Flavonoids and the French Paradox - Unhealthy-living French Have Low Rate of Heart Attacks." USA Today, September 1998.
- Howard, Barbara V., Ph.D., and David Kritchevsky, Ph.D. "Phytochemicals and Cardiovascular Disease," Circulation 1997; 95:2591.
- National Cancer Institute, The Power of Phytochemicals.
- New York Methodist Hospital, What are Important Foods?
- Phytochemicals - Vitamins of the Future? Ohio State University Extension Fact Sheet.
- The Phytochemical Collection, Florida State University.
- What are Vitamins, Carotenoids, and Phytochemicals?