Nutrition Month is a great time to focus on the health lessons that matter most to you and your clients, and there's still time to get those resources together. Instead of staying up all night researching studies and creating presentations, let Food and Health do the work for you. There are always amazing new materials in the Nutrition Education Store -- we even have a special Nutrition Month category. We also happily create products upon request. So, if you need some great ideas for ways to celebrate Nutrition Month this March, visit the store or check out the links below...
General Nutrition Resources
- Nutrition PowerPoint Pro Tips
- Beginning Bootcamp: A Nutrient Guide
- Portion Control: What You Need to Know
- Nutrition: Get the Facts
- Everything You Need to Know about Nutrition Facts and Food Labels
- The 5 Mistakes of Label Reading
- 3 Steps for Deciphering a Food Label
- "The Nutrition Is Right" Game
- Addition, Subtraction, and Diet
- It's Nutrition Month: Make a Healthful Plate
- Tree of Nutrition Poster
- One Ounce: Let's Look at Serving Size
- Free Nutrition Posters Available for Nutrition Conferences
The 2014 National Nutrition Month theme is "Enjoy the Taste of Eating Right" -- Here's How to Make that Easy:
- Free Fruit Dessert eBook
- Scientific Guide to Snacking
- Balance Calories
- 2014 Nutrition Month Poster
- Lighten Up Your Cooking
- Fat Saver Guides: Cooking and Baking
- A Healthful Diet Doesn't Come in a Pill
- Cooking Demo Ideas
- Build Fat Awareness
- Cooking Demo Display
Don't forget about our amazing free recipe center! The recipe database is loaded with amazing ideas and well-tested recipes from Judy Doherty, PC II. So if you're stumped about ways to help your clients enjoy the taste of eating right, this is a great place to start.
Do you know where else you can go to get a truckload of Nutrition Month articles and resources? The Communicating Food for Health Member Library. If you don't already have a membership, sign up today! You can also research member benefits and get a sneak peek at the workings of Communicating Food for Health.
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