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Printable Materials and Handouts

USDA. Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion

The ChooseMyPlate.gov website includes a number of print materials, available as downloadable PDFs. These materials are in the public domain.

USDA. Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion

These printable Infographics are a great way to learn about the fruits and vegetables available at your local farmers market or grocery store. Each card contains fun facts about produce and how local produce fits into MyPlate.

USDA. Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion

Want your kids to learn how to build a healthy meal? Use these clever activity sheets to find ideas and tips!

USDA. Food Safety and Inspection Service

This page contains a consolidated listing of consumer education materials offered on the Food Safety and Inspection Service website.

HHS. Food and Drug Administration

Share these tips to reduce food waste, save money, and protect the environment.

HHS. Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

Print and share these fact sheets and posters to help people learn key recommendations from the Physical Activity Guidelines. Try distributing them at health care settings, recreation facilities, schools, workplaces, and community centers.

HHS. National Institutes of Health. National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

View science-based, patient-friendly, and consumer-friendly fact sheets to hand out at health fairs and community events. Each publication is available in English and Spanish, and provides links to additional information on NIDDK’s web pages.

HHS. Office on Women's Health

Browse by health topic or resource type to find 1-page printable fact sheets written at the 6th- to 8th-grade reading level in English or Spanish.

HHS. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Printable fact sheets for living with and managing diabetes.

HHS. Food and Drug Administration

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has updated the Nutrition Facts label on packaged foods and beverages with a new design, making it easier to make informed choices towards healthy eating habits. Also in Spanish.

HHS. Food and Drug Administration

This one-page handout highlights the key changes being made to the new Nutrition Facts Label.

HHS. National Institutes of Health. National Institute on Aging

Looking for information about exercise and physical activity for older adults? These free resources are filled with information about the benefits of exercise, how to stay motivated, staying safe while exercising, and nutrition tips.

HHS. Food and Drug Administration. Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition

FDA’s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition developed “Everyday Food Safety” resources to increase food safety awareness among young adults ages 18 – 29. Check out the materials available to use in your classroom, health expo, waiting room, or website.

HHS. National Institutes of Health. National Institute of Mental Health

Download, print,or order a free copy of this brochure on eating disorders. Also available in Spanish.

HHS. National Institutes of Health. Office of Dietary Supplements

Access vitamin and mineral supplement fact sheets for the consumer or health professional. Available in PDF format, and in Spanish.