Strong 4 LifeChildren’s Healthcare of Atlanta launched Strong4Life, a wellness movement designed to ignite societal change and reverse the epidemic of childhood obesity and its associated diseases in Georgia.
Produce for Better Health FoundationNutrition education initiative to promote eating a colorful variety of fruits and vegetables you needs every day, games, and recipes.
3 A-Day of DairyTips on improving kids' nutrition and fitness and recipes, using 3 servings of dairy products a day.
National Dairy CouncilNutritional and product information, resources and recipes.
Academy of Nutrition & DieteticsA resource containing nutrition facts and list of resources.
Food and Nutritional Information CenterFood and nutrition topics from A to Z and resources.
Healthy Kids ChallengeHealthy change ideas for schools, families and communities, recipes and games.
Healthy Choice for KidsOverall health program for kids.
Fresh for KidsFacts about fruits and vegetables, recipes, nutritional information, and kids' pages.
Nutrition ExplorationsJoin Berry and the gang from The Pyramid Cafe to learn about building a healthy body. Features games, coloring pages, recipes, contest, and kids' panel.
MyPlate GuideExplains how MyPlate is used to show the foods that make up a good diet.
Figuring out Food LabelsExplains how the label on a food package is a lot like the table of contents in a book, telling exactly what the food contains.
Why Drinking Water Is the Way to GoExplains what water does for the human body.
CDC's Ounce of Prevention CampaignPuzzles, games and brain teasers about health and nutrition.
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