Health & Nutrition Resources: Informational Resources & Links

Small Changes Matter: Start with MyPlate Today!

Source: United States Department of Agricultural; U. S. Health & Human Services

Healthy eating is important at every stage of life. The benefits of healthy eating add up over time, bite by bite. Choose from these simple tips to help you…

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It happens to the best of us …

Here are some tips to manage STRESS EATING.

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GET INTO THE HABIT OF HEALTHY with the free 8-week Walk Across Texas! program, join friends, loved ones and thousands of fellow Texans on a daily walk to a better life. Learn more at Walk Across Texas! Adult

Kids can join too! Walk Across Texas! Youth is an eight-week program designed to help our youngest Texans establish the habit of regular physical activity using a fun and motivating team approach. Each team may include an unlimited number of youth participants, all working together towards the goal of 832 miles to make their way across the state of Texas. We recommend WAT! Youth for schools, after-school clubs, 4-H clubs, and much more! Adult staff and teachers can also create adult teams to compete against the youth. Learn more at Walk Across Texas! Youth

Food Guide Pyramid For Young Children

Nutrient Needs at a Glance

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Adapted from the Tennessee Department of Health: CLICK HERE for information on a non-test-based strategy for releasing cases and contacts from home isolation and quarantine.

Source: United States Department of Agriculture; U.S. Health & Human Services

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