Explore the information below for additional resources about healthy eating and active living.
Fruits and Vegetables
- Encourage More—Tips on helping kids eat more fruits & vegetables
- Fiber—Everybody needs it!
- Fittest Food—The foods that are energy-givers
- Fuel Learning with Fruits & Vegetables—Healthy snacks kids love
- Guiding Stars—Hannaford’s® helpful rating system for smart shopping
- Healthy Favorites—A booklet with tips and recipes
- Nonfood Rewards at Home—How to reward children without sugar and fat
- Tasty Snacks for Kids & Snacking Tips—A handy list of what's good for you as well as some important facts about snacking
or less hours of recreational screen time
- Active Video Games—All video games are not created equal
- Activity Booklist—Great books to get you moving
- Facts and Figures about TV Habits—There’s something here to surprise everyone
- National Screen-Free Week—How to tune in to life
- Promote Healthy Viewing—Creating good habits around screens
- School Vacation—There’s always something to do!
- Take Control of TV—How to tame your television… rules and tips
or more hour of physical activity
- Be Active Every Day—It’s easier than you think
- Get One Hour or More—Tips on staying active
- Pierce County Walking Guide – Include trails, parks and other great walking tips
- Drink Your Milk—Take the milk quiz
- Drink Your Milk Answers—How did you do?
- For Growing Bones—What grade of milk is best?
- Have a Drink Plan—Review what you’re drinking
- How Much Sugar Do You Drink—How much sugar is in that cola?
- Milk’s Unique Nutrient Package —All you need to know about its nutrients and vitamins
- Think Your Drink—A chart showing the “fitness” of drinks
- Water Is Fuel for Your Body—Essential reading… and drinking!
*The Ready, Set, Go! 5210 program is adapted from the Let's Go! program in Portland, Maine. Visit www.letsgo.org for additional resources.