"When a snack attack strikes, refuel with these nutrition-packed snacks. Easy, tasty (and healthy) snacks."
With an 80 page “Snacktivity Box” that provides activities to promote healthy eating and active living habits for young children, a school nutrition handbook, physical activity initiatives, and other health links and information lines.
Learn which restaurants and kids menu items offer your child the best nutrition. You might be surpised! You can also find the link to purchase the bestselling book, Eat This, Not That! For Kids by David Zinczenko and David Goulding.
Learn how becoming a vegetarian helps your health, the environment, and animal cruelty. Get tips for going vegetarian, recipes, and more.
Let's Move! has an ambitious but important goal: to solve the epidemic of childhood obesity within a generation.
Let’s Move will give parents the support they need, provide healthier food in schools, help our kids to be more physically active, and make healthy, affordable food available in every part of our country.
The “hows” and “whats” of the national school lunch program. Published by the US Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service.
“Providing easy, online access to government information on food and human nutrition for consumers.” Offers an “In the News” feature, and subject headings such as “What’s in Food?” “Shopping, Cooking, and Meal Planning,” and “Food Assistance Programs.” Also available in Spanish.
This nonprofit website, created by Rachel Ray, offers parents and kids recipes, cooking and shopping tips for creating healthy and affordable kid-friendly dishes.
A colorfully illustrated poster of the Food Guide Pyramid for 6-11 Year Olds from the USDA.
We believe all children must have access to healthy food to grow their bodies, minds and future. We must feed their knowledge while also providing wholesome sustenance to their physical needs. The tools for feeding such change must be equally available to all schools no matter their geography, budget or situation. The relationship children have with food will evolve into a virtuous circle benefiting not just themselves but our society as a whole
Provided by the United States Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service, this information sheet answers questions like “How does the school breakfast program work?” and “What are the nutritional requirements for school breakfasts?”
Learn how drinking energy drinks can make kids and teens sick and how the high amounts of caffeine found in some of these drinks can be high enough to kill.
Discover the link between nutrition and learning.
Links to nutrition service programs, nutrition activities and games for kids, nutrition information for parents, data and statistics, food safety information, and grant information. Also available in Spanish.
Learn how to give your kids the nutrition they need to stay focused in school.
The link between nutrition and learning.