articles

Simply put, food fuels the human body. Without it, the body cannot grow or perform at its best, the organs stop working properly, and the body eventually dies. Food supplies nutrients, which are used by every cell in the... More »

Acidic foods include corn, blueberries, lentils, black beans and bacon. Peanuts, walnuts, haddock, venison and turkey are also acidic. Alkaline foods, which occupy the opposite end of the pH spectrum, include apples, dat... More »

www.reference.com Food Food Facts

FoodPantries.org, Feeding America and No Kid Hungry provide a list of food pantries and food banks that accept food donations locally and nationally. Most food donation organizations only accept shelf-stable foods with d... More »

www.reference.com Food Food Facts
similar articles

A human body has 24 ribs. These 24 bones are paired up, symmetrically, to form the rib cage. The rib cage provides protection to the chest cavity, which houses vital organs including the heart and lungs. More »

www.reference.com Science Human Anatomy

Diagrams of the female human body are accessible online through Healthline.com and InnerBody.com. Each site includes interactive diagrams of multiple body systems to be viewed in male or female form. More »

People float in water because the human body weighs less than the volume of water it displaces when submerged. The buoyancy of an individual depends on his or her body type, as those with more muscle tend to sink further... More »

A human body anatomy chart can be used for educational purposes in all levels of health, science and medical courses, as well as to help medical professionals provide informational understanding to patients. Graphical de... More »

www.reference.com Science Human Anatomy