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The National Academies Press (NAP) -- Full-text Food and Nutrition books online. (Click on individual titles to see the "read free online" or "download" links.) Very strong on the sciences, with a searchable index. A useful source for authoritative information.
A Dictionary of Biology (1996) -- entries relating to biology, human biology, biochemistry, medicine, molecular genetics, biotechnology, and food technology and production.
Biostatistics: A Methodology for the Health Sciences (1993) -- this book does not have a recent edition. However, due to its quality coverage of the basics in instructing individuals in the health professions how to apply statistical methods to the biomedical sciences, it remains on the recommended list. (EBSCO ebook)