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Malnutrition Resources

For up to date research and tips for nutrition, health and fitness guidelines (for kids, seniors, parents, men and women) from the world’s largest organization of food and nutrition professionals, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: eatright.org

For more information on Child Nutrition Programs and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Programs available to you as well as other nutrition resources, publications, research and more: usda.gov

For resources on how to find your healthy, practical eating style and make life long changes with fun and interactive online tools (great for children, men, women, older adults and moms-to-be):

 

Fun and Games

Interactive game for children: choosemyplate.gov/games

Dining Decisions: learn which foods give you more energy and powerful muscles and which ones are better to eat only sometimes.

Trainer: this interactive game matches children with creatures who have dietary and fitness needs and they get to learn how nutrition and fitness impacts their daily lives together! Hook up a webcam and exercise along, choose from a variety or nutritious foods to feed your creature, learn health tips and tricks and keep a personal profile age to keep track of your health progress. 

Visit health.gov/dietaryguidelines to read through the United States Department of Agriculture’s 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines to learn about the nutrition guidelines for Americans. 
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