Want to learn about foods that keep your child healthy? Looking for healthy snacks for kids? Check out these resources!
Find games, activities, and information about eating healthy with the five food groups.
Explore positive phrases that can be used by parents and caregivers to support children in developing healthy eating habits.
Find quick and easy recipes kids and other family members will enjoy. Videos, rollover widgets, and fact sheets provide ideas on ways to get your kids to try new foods, eat whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and low-fat milk and yogurt.
Parents, find tips on how to stay active and eat healthy with your family when school is out for the summer.
About 9 in 10 US children eat more sodium than recommended. Read about how parents and caregivers can help.
Learn how to choose fish that are lower in mercury, which is important for young children and people who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Also see Photonovels for Hispanic American and Chinese American Families on the Advice about Eating Fish.
This article and short video provides healthy breakfast tips for kids.
These materials challenge kids (ages 9 to 13) to look for and use the Nutrition Facts label on food and beverage packages. Materials include fun, easy tips and targeted education to help make label reading a key component through which today’s young people are equipped to achieve a healthy diet.
Many dietary supplements haven't been tested in children. Find more information here.
Parents, find out what you can do now to keep your kids' bones strong as they get older.
Help the children in your life manage their diabetes using these tips.
Explore the latest news, information, and resources on child nutrition.
Explore tips for adding more fruits and vegetables to your child's diet.
Try these mindful eating tips to be more present and aware at mealtimes.
Use these tips to help your child build a healthy body image.
Parents, find a list of indoor fitness activity ideas to do with your kids on a cold or rainy day.
Make mealtime a positive experience for your child with helpful phrases and practices.
Follow these tips to be a positive influence on your child's eating habits.
Get ideas for non-food rewards to help children and teens celebrate special achievements.