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Nutrition: Finding Sources

Need help with your research?

Contact the nutrition subject specialist librarian, Larissa Garcia at larissagarcia@niu.edu for personalized help. 

NOTE: In order to access many of the Libraries' resources, you need to be authenticated as an NIU student, faculty or staff member with your Z-ID or A-ID and password. For more information about authenticating and off-campus access, visit https://library.niu.edu/university-libraries/help/authentication.shtml.

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NIU Libraries provides to more than 200 databases, both general and specialized. Explore them alphabetically or by subject below. 

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