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Nutrition

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The following is a list of websites to help kids and adults alike
learn more about nutrition.

For Students and their Parents

For Parents/Guardians


img11A colorful, interactive site for children and parents. Team Nutrition's goal is to improve children's lifelong eating and physical activity habits by using the principles of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and MyPlate.

http://www.fns.usda.gov/tn/about.html

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A colorful website that provides helpful, easy to access information on food groups, weight management, physical activity and tips for healthy eating

.http://www.choosemyplate.gov/


img15Teaches children about fruits and vegetables through interactive games, activities, printable coloring pages and recipes.

www.foodchamps.org

 


img17A website for parents that contains – what else? – information on fruits and vegetables. Contains planning, shopping, cooking tips, recipes and ways to get kids involved in the kitchen.

www.fruitsandveggiesmorematters.org


Website-logoFor elementary children, grades K through 5th and their parents. Site has various interactive games, which teach children about nutrition and exercise. Parent resources include articles, tips, tools and recipes, as well as printable pages for parents and activity pages for children.

www.nourishinteractive.com

 

 

img21Creating Healthy Active Celebrations

A colorful booklet describing easy ways to eat smart and play hard with friends and family.


See full size imageFor elementary children, grades K through 5th, and their parents.  Emphasizes fitness and eating fruits and vegetables through games, music, videos, puzzles, recipes and coloring pages.  Contains nutrition information and recipes for parents.

www.dole.com

 

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The Food and Nutrition Information Center - a leader in food and human nutrition information dissemination since 1971 - provides credible, accurate, and practical resources.

USDA Nutrition Links


img26For older elementary school children and parents.  A colorful, interactive sigh that emphasizes fitness and healthy eating through games, recipes and articles.

www.kidnetic.com

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Contains information for parents on health and nutrition for children of all ages.

http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/MY00431


See full size imageFor all school-aged children and parents. Offers tips and ideas on eating healthy –including recipes – and being active.

www.bam.gov

 


See full size imageThis website offers nutrition information geared toward middle school children and includes nutrition tips, articles, recipes, brain teasers, video clips, and a calculator that tracks calories and saturated fat found in fast foods.

www.smart-mouth.org

 

 
img34A free online diet and exercise journal that allows you to track your nutrient intake and find the calories you burn during exercise. Find the nutrition facts consumed for many foods including ingredients, packaged foods, beverages and national restaurant menu items.

http://my-calorie-counter.com/calorie_counter.asp

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For all school-aged children and parents.  Offers tips and ideas on eating healthy – including recipes! – and being active.

www.letsmove.gov