Tools and resources to help schools identify food items that meet Smart Snacks criteria, helpful tools, and ways to encourage children to make healthier snack choices that give them the nutrition they need to grow and learn.
Anyone eating on the run or at restaurants has probably noticed that food portions have gotten larger. Some portions are called "super size," while others have simply grown in size and provide enough food for at least two people. With this growth has come increases in waistlines and body weight.
The Alliance for a Healthier Generation provides a set of tools to empower healthy decisions
Nutrition Newsletters for Parents of Young Children:
These colorful and engaging newsletters for parents of young children can be shared by Child and Adult Care Food Program providers to communicate information about popular nutrition topics
Are you thinking about bringing snacks to school for your child to share with his/her classmates? Here are some healthy snacks party ideas!
Nutrition.gov is a USDA-sponsored website that offers credible information to help you make healthful eating choices.
Health and physical literacy can be a life-changer for all children. It's a simple but powerful belief that drives everything we do.
NCPPA is the leading force in the country promoting physical activity and fitness initiatives. We are a diverse blend of associations, health organizations, and private corporations, advocating for policies that encourage Americans of all ages to become more physically active.