Alliance for a healthy Generation
The Alliance for a Healthier Generation is a partnership between the American Heart Association and the William J. Clinton Foundation who have come together to fight one of our nation's leading health threats - childhood obesity.
The United States Department of Agriculture's interactive website contains MyPyramid for Kids and The 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, as well as games, activities, and meal planning tools.
Healthy Youth! - Nutrition
The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention offer data and statistics regarding the nutrition and health of children and adolescents.
A cool, interactive nutrition website for kids and parents with games, scavenger hunts, recipes, fitness challenges and more.
This website contains all of the latest government information about food and nutrition as well as childhood nutrition programs.
Weight-control Information Network
The Weight-control Information Network offers valuable tips and resources for parents regarding healthy eating and physical activity to manage weight in children.
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