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Record  1  of   370New Search    
Title:10 Ways to Fight Food Spoilers
Pub. date: 2007
Includes: handout
Audience: Adults, Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: "10 Ways to Fight Food Spoilers" is a two page handout that provides consumers with examples of how to keep food safe. The second page handout "What's in a Date?" discusses the difference between use-by, sell-by, and best if used by (or before) dates.
Funding Source: USDA
Record  2  of   370New Search    
Title:20 Fruit and Vegetable Celebration Balloons
Pub. date: Not dated
Includes: Large Mylar balloons, ribbons and instructions
Audience: Multiple Audiences
Language: English
Description: Different sets of balloons can be used to decorate classes, fairs, festivals, cafeterias and other special events. Balloons are 2 1/2 - 3 feet high, may be re-used with helium or air. Food balloons include: apple, orange, banana, strawberry, grapes, peach, pear, pineapple, lemon, watermelon, carrot, broccoli, tomato, celery, peas-in-a-pod, green pepper, corn, onion, potato and a red chili pepper.
Funding Source: Yummy Designs
Record  3  of   370New Search    
Title:4th Grade Vegetable Core
Pub. date: June 2012
Includes: Educator orientation guide
Audience: Children, Children in 4th grade
Language: English
Description: A resource designed to improve school-age children’s knowledge and behaviors related to vegetables as presented in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, MyPlate, and MyPyramid for Kids. There are four 45-minute lessons.
Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed
Record  4  of   370New Search    
Title:5 Minute Food & Nutrition Activities
Pub. date: 2012
Edition: 1st
Includes: Activity Book
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adolescents , Teens, Adults
Language: English
Description: “Use these 5 Minute Food & Nutrition Activities as quick, easy, and effective activities to fill extra minutes of class time. Each activity is calculated to last 5-10 minutes.

These short activities can be used to introduce lessons, reinforce earlier learning, or used as conclusions to lessons. Each activity can be a creative and fun learning experience for students that allows them to get thinking about healthy food choices, nutrients, food trends, and health.”

Funding Source: Learning ZoneXpress
Record  5  of   370New Search    
Title:5 Minute Fruit & Vegetable Activities
Pub. date: 2012
Edition: 1st
Includes: Activity Book
Audience: Children, Preschool, Elementary, Middle School, High School
Language: English
Description: “Use these 5 Minute Fruit & Vegetable Activities for quick, easy, and effective activities to fill extra minutes of class time. Divided into three different age levels, this collection of short activities is perfect for preschool, elementary, and middle/high school aged students. These fifty activities can be used to introduce lessons, reinforce earlier learning, or be used to conclude lessons. Each activity can be a creative and fun learning experience for students to think about fruits and vegetables.”
Funding Source: Learning ZoneXpress
Record  6  of   370New Search    
Title:5 Minute Nutrition Activities for Preschoolers
Pub. date: 2011
Edition: 1st
Includes: Activity Book
Audience: Children, Preschool
Language: English
Description: Use the 5 Minute Activities as quick, easy, and effective activities to break the ice, fill extra minutes of class time and get children excited to learn. Each activity is calculated to last 5-10 minutes.
Funding Source: Learning Zone Express
Record  7  of   370New Search    
Title:ENAFS Healthy Living Program Module 1: Unique Nutritional Needs of Older Adults
Pub. date: February 2008
Edition: 2nd
Includes: CD-ROM contains 5 complete lessons, handouts, slides, evalution and reporting forms
Audience: Older Adults
Language: English. Handouts are available in English and Spanish, some are available in Haitian Creole and/or Vietnamese.
Description: This ENAFS module is the first of six developed to help improve the nutritional status and health of older Floridians. The module includes five interactive lessons designed to help older adults make lifestyle choices that promote better health. The authors use the Stages of Change Model for behavior change. The focus of Lesson 1 is the “MyPyramid for Older Adults” mini poster, developed by nutrition faculty at the University of Florida. Lessons 2 through 5 focus on nutrients that have special recommendations for older adults. This module is an update and expansion of the original ENAFS Unique Nutritional Needs of Elders module that was developed in 2001 and replaces that module in the ENAFS Healthy Living Program.
Funding Source: University of Florida Foundation / State of New York Department of Law
Record  8  of   370New Search    
Title:ENAFS Healthy Living Program Module 5: Healthy Eating for Elders
Pub. date: 2003
Edition: 1st
Includes: CD-ROM with three lessons
Audience: Older Adults
Language: English. Handouts are available in English and Spanish, some are available in Haitian Creole and/or Vietnamese.
Description: This learning module addresses issues related to aging and nutrition. The three lessons are:
  • Lesson 1: Importance of Eating and Strategies for Eating Alone
  • Lesson 2: Meals Without Cooking
  • Lesson 3: Nutritious Snacking
The goal of lesson one is to increase awareness among older adults of the importance of eating regularly and to provide strategies to improve caloric and nutrient intake. Participants are encouraged to identify and overcome nutritional risk factors. One tool used in the lesson is the Determine Your Nutritional Health screening form. In addition to these risk factors, the authors also address changes in taste and smell, constipation, and activity level. The activity in Lesson 1 uses a question and answer format following the stages of the screening form checklist. The goal of Lesson 2 is to provide information on healthy and balanced meals without cooking. The goal of Lesson 3 is to help elders select healthy snacks. Examples of healthy snacks from each food group are provided. Each lesson includes goals, concepts, learning and behavioral objectives, activities, background information and an evaluation. Many of the activities, hand-outs and transparencies are included in the CD-ROM.
Funding Source: Supported by the University of Florida IFAS Extension Program. Original funding from the Florida Department of Elder Affairs.
Record  9  of   370New Search    
Title:A Nutritional Comparison of Canned, Fresh and Frozen Fruits and Vegetables
Pub. date: 03/14/2007
Includes: Research study, fact sheet, executive summary, video
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Description: Recent and classical literature was reviewed to obtain current information on the nutrient value of fresh, canned and frozen foods with an emphasis on fruits and vegetables. The extensive literature review confirms that all forms of fruits and vegetables provide nutrients needed for a healthful diet, and that exclusively consuming fresh fruits and vegetables ignores nutritional benefits provided by canned products. The study was conducted by the University of California Davis, published in the Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture and funded by the Canned Food Alliance. The study web site links to a video by the study’s author, an executive summary, a fact sheet and a PDF version of the complete study.
Funding Source: Canned Food Alliance
Record  10  of   370New Search    
Title:Active at Any Size!
Pub. date: March 2001, rev Oct 2006, updated Feb 2010
Includes: Booklet
Audience: Adults, Overweight
Language: English
Description: Discusses physical activity opportunities (weight bearing and non-weight bearing) for obese adults. Also includes safety tips and a short resource list.
Funding Source: National Institutes of Health
Record  11  of   370New Search    
Title:Add a Little SPICE (& HERBS) to Your Life!
Pub. date: 2003, updated May 2008
Includes: PowerPoint, online slideshow and two handouts
Audience: Adults, older teenagers
Language: English
Description: “Add a little SPICE (& HERBS) to Your Life!” includes a fun presentation with accompanying handouts that helps to teach participants how to use spices and herbs when cooking to add flavor to food.
Funding Source: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Record  12  of   370New Search    
Title:Add One to Every Meal
Pub. date: May 2007
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Brochure
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults, Parents, Children, Low-income households
Language: English
Description: This brochure, from the Healthy Weight Awareness Campaign, highlights the easy ways to incorporate fruits and vegetables into breakfast, lunch and dinner. It also encourages fresh, frozen, or canned produce.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service funds for Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE)
Record  13  of   370New Search    
Title:Are Your Portions in Proportion?
Pub. date: March 2007
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Brochure
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults, Parents, Low income households with children under age 19
Language: English
Description: This brochure, from the Healthy Weight Awareness Campaign, encourages healthy portion sizes at meal times. It describes what a “healthy” plate looks like and four tips to control portion sizes.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service funds for Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE)
Record  14  of   370New Search    
Title:At Home in the Kitchen
Pub. date: 2007
Includes: DVD-R
Audience: Adults, Hispanic, African American, Native American, Asian
Language: English and Spanish both included on one DVD.
Description: The most important part of preparing healthy meals is being comfortable in your own kitchen. This video is a primer on basic kitchen equipment and how to use it to create a healthy meal.

"At Home in the Kitchen" is a single DVD, but is also available as part of the 5-part series, Food Basics. Food Basics also includes Food Safety, Family Fun, Recipes Made Easy, and Shopping Smarts. This title was developed specifically for adult nutrition education for WIC and Extension programs.

Funding Source: Discovery Education
Record  15  of   370New Search    
Title:Be Active Your Way Bulletin Board Kit
Pub. date: 2011
Includes: Two 5 1/2” x 17” title header pieces and information cards in various dimensions and are sized for 3’ x 4’ bulletin boards. Can be easily adapted to fit any size board.
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Children, Adults, Elderly
Language: English
Description: This kit contains all the components needed to decorate a bulletin board with pictures and information related to the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans 2008 message, “Be Active Your Way”.
Funding Source: Learning ZoneXpress
Record  16  of   370New Search    
Title:Best Buys
Pub. date: 2000, updated 2006
Includes: Handout
Audience: Adults, Nutrition Educators, Low Literacy Level
Language: English
Description: The "Best Buys" handout lists 5 points to consider when purchasing fruit or fruit juice. It also provides a seasonal buying chart for fruits in season - which can help to cut down on food expenses. The second page entitled "Beware…Compare" discusses the difference between 100% fruit juice products, and juice drinks, fruitades, and imitation fruit drinks.
Funding Source: USDA
Record  17  of   370New Search    
Title:Bill Nye The Science Guy:Germs
Pub. date: 1995
Includes: Videocassette, also available on DVD
Audience: Children, Primary, Intermediate, Junior High, High School
Language: English
Description: Lesson on germs explains what germs are and what happens when germs enter the body. Includes a discussion of antibodies, white blood cells, and antibiotics. Also discusses basic food safety concepts such as refrigeration and proper cooking techniques.
Record  18  of   370New Search    
Title:Body & Soul: A Celebration of Healthy Eating & Living
Pub. date: Originally developed 1998, revised 2005
Includes: multifaceted program
Audience: Multiple Audiences, African American church members
Language: English
Description: Body & Soul is an evidence-based health and wellness program developed for African American churches. The program encourages church members to eat a healthy diet rich in fruits and vegetables every day for better health. Four unique components make up the program: pastoral leadership, educational activities, a church environment that supports healthy eating and peer counseling. All of the Body & Soul program materials are available to download and order from the program Web site, and can be tailored for specific use. Other nutrition assistance programs could use these materials with similar audiences.
Funding Source: National Cancer Institute, American Cancer Society, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Record  19  of   370New Search    
Title:Body Quest: Food of the Warrior
Pub. date: March 2013
Includes: Complete Curriculum with multimedia components
Audience: Children, Elementary School, Grades K-5
Language: English
Description: Body Quest: Food of the Warrior is a multicomponent childhood obesity prevention initiative integrating traditional Extension curriculum with iPad app technology. Designed to increase fruit and vegetable consumption in elementary-aged youth, Body Quest uses anime characters to engage youth in a quest for healthy habits. The Leader's Guide is comprised of seven lessons with many supplemental resources available, including background information on the Experiential Learning Model, on which this curriculum is based. Seven iPad apps were written to complement and reinforce lesson content, and while not required for the success of the program, will enhance the journey for students. Apps are available for free through iTunes.

Materials Include:

Core Materials

  • Leader's Guide: Provides background information and guidance for educators as well as Includes class outlines for nutrition topics, pencil-and-paper reinforcements, weekly fruit and vegetable tasting, lessons on physical activity, “Do, Reflect, Apply” questions and take-home messages.
  • Character Posters: Set of the six nutrition characters used throughout the curriculum. Available in sizes 11x17 and 16x24.
  • Vow Poster: Students sign this poster to demonstrate their commitment to pursue the quest for health, strength and wisdom. Available in sizes 11x17 and 16x24.
  • Card Deck: Downloadable graphic file for a 54-cards deck that is used weekly as students work independently to learn healthy eating habits.
  • Vow Card: Wallet-sized card with the printed student vow.
  • Battle Cry: Students repeat this chant at each class to remind them of healthy habits.
  • Family Warrior Tool – Sleep: Take home handout on healthy sleep habits.
  • Family Discussion Prompts: Prompts to send home with students for them to begin discussions with family about healthy eating.
  • Family Warrior Tool – Calendar: A calendar for families to use to chart their healthy eating, activity and general habits.
  • Graduation Certificate: A certificate to give to the student to recognize completion of lessons.

Supplemental Materials

  • Pencil-and-Paper Activities: Handouts used to reinforce lesson content for each of the seven lessons in the Leader’s Guide.
  • Showcase Activities: Handouts used to reinforce lesson content for each of the seven lessons in the Leader’s Guide that allow students to demonstrate understanding of concepts.
  • Seven iPad apps: Nutrition content of iPad apps supports national education content standards such as spelling, matching skills, food identification and literacy understanding. Apps are directed by anime? characters who teach balanced meals, foods groups, food nutrient function and healthy snacks. Apps are free and can be found in iTunes by searching for Body Quest: Food of the Warrior. (note iPad app content not reviewed by SNAP-Ed Connection staff)
  • Power Band: Downloadable graphic file designed to be printed on silicone wrist bands.
  • Character Stickers: Downloadable graphic files for character stickers designed for multiple uses.
  • Folder Sticker: Downloadable graphic files for character stickers for use on student folders.
  • T-shirts: Downloadable graphic files for use on t-shirts.
  • Banners: Downloadable graphic files for two banner styles that can be used for marketing of Body Quest.
Funding Source: SNAP-ED through the Alabama Department of Human Resources and the Alabama Cooperative Extension System
Record  20  of   370New Search    
Title:Bulletin Boards in a SNAP
Pub. date: 2009, 2012
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Bulletin Boards
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adult, Child
Language: English
Description: “Eight complete nutrition and/or physical activity bulletin boards ready for use. All the graphics, handouts, activities, and background information are provided for each separate bulletin board. The Bulletin Boards in a SNAP topics are: ABC Activities, Choose Healthy After School Snacks, Eat A Rainbow, Family Fun Time, Fiber, Hydration, Shopping Tips, and Turn Off the TV."
Funding Source: USDA. FNS. SNAP-Ed
Record  21  of   370New Search    
Title:Calcium Word Search
Pub. date: 10/17/07
Includes: Word Search Activity
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Children, Adults
Language: English
Description: Word search activity to reinforce the benefits of calcium in the diet and bone health.
Funding Source: USDA Food Stamp Program
Record  22  of   370New Search    
Title:Calcium, It's Not Just Milk!
Pub. date: 2014 (original publication 2001)
Edition: 9th
Includes: Lesson Plans, handouts, CD ROM
Audience: Children, Middle School Students, High School Students
Language: English
Description: This is a nutrition curriculum for 8th grade health students (can be utilized with 7th-9th grade students) to increase their awareness of the importance of calcium in the prevention of osteoporosis. This five-lesson curriculum enourages students to incorporate calcium-rich food in their diet and participate in weight-bearing activites. The lessons are 50 minutes and the curriculum includes a PowerPoint presentation, notecards for each lesson, and a student workbook that can be reproduced. Each lesson clearlyoutines the current day objectives and concludes with a summary for the day. The lessons are as follows:
  • Lesson One - It's All About them Bones
  • Lesson Two - Get Over the Hump
  • Lesson Three – Know The Facts
  • Lesson Four – Nutrition on a Mission
  • Lesson Five – Don’t Leave Your Health in Jeopardy

The curriculum is taught using a PowerPoint presentation and begins with the key recommendations from the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2010 as they pertain to calcium. All of the student handouts are found in their workbook which includes a page for notes each day. Fun student worksheets for Lessons one and two can be used in class or for homework. Lesson three and four worksheets are completed in class and checked for comprehension. Lesson five utilizes advertising videos and a 25 question game that is played on teams and summarizes all of the information learned that week. Important vocabulary words are underlined throughout the lessons and definitions are listed in the appendix. Supplemental information is included for instructors on the 2010 Dietary Guidelines, the importance of calcium for teens and facts about osteoporosis. The curriculum is designed to meet the knowledge and skills mandated in the Nevada State Standards for Health.

Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed.
Record  23  of   370New Search    
Title:California Fit Business Kit
Pub. date: February 2008, updated May 2014
Edition: 3rd
Includes: Curriculum
Audience: Adults, Employees, Educators
Language: English
Description: The California Fit Business Kit is a "suite of tools and resources to help employers develop and implement a workplace culture and environment that support healthy eating and physical activity among workers. This Kit contains 13 individual components, all of which have been evaluated by a diverse mix of businesses from across the state and have been designed to be easily implemented at any worksite. These tools can be used individually or as part of a comprehensive worksite wellness program."
Funding Source: California Department of Public Health, Network for a Healthy California, USDA. SNAP-Ed.
Record  24  of   370New Search    
Title:Can I Freeze It?
Pub. date: January 2007
Edition: 1st
Includes: book
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: This book addresses a wide range of topics related to freezing food. Detailed information on the freezing process and tips to help attain perfect freezing every time are included. Sections that follow have information on freezing different types of foods as well as recipes.
Record  25  of   370New Search    
Title:Captain 5 A Day
Pub. date: 2001, revised 2007
Includes: Leader's guide, poster, audiocassettes (3), videotape, workbook, box of color-coded activity cards.
Audience: Parents, Children, Preschool, Elementary School, Toddler, Kindergarten, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: This kit includes two complimentary components. The Captain 5 A Day Adventure Box is a curriculum for preschool-3rd grade classrooms. Captain 5 A Day and his dog Boneso use music and movement, crafts, tasting activities and take-home parent letters to encourage fruit and vegetable intake, building strong bones and physical activity. The Supermarket Smarts component targets parents and uses a video and workbook to discuss shopping and budgeting for fruits and vegetables. A train-the-trainer guide for conducting teacher and parent workshops is also included.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture Food Stamp Program
Record  26  of   370New Search    
Title:Celebrate Health with a Low Fat Fiesta
Pub. date: October 2001
Includes: Color brochure
Audience: Adults, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: Features tips and recipes for cooking low fat meals. Includes recipes for Spicy Avocado Dip, Cantaloupe Cooler, Tortilla Casserole, Mexican Rice and Lemon Corn Cake (English version) or Tostadas de Popales, Zanahoria Tropical, Gallinitas Acarameladas and Ensalada Festiva de Papas (Spanish version).

Available through these web sites:
Celebrate Health with a Lowfat Fiesta
Celebre con una Fiesta al Aire Libre

Funding Source: Preventive Health Services Block Grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Record  27  of   370New Search    
Title:Celebrate the Beauty of Youth
Pub. date: updated January 2013
Includes: Handout
Audience: Adults, African American
Language: English
Description: Encourages younger African American females to maintain a healthy weight by becoming more physically active and eating nutritious foods. The "look good as you get fit" section discusses how to keep one's hair looking nice while exercising.

Available through this website:
Celebrate the Beauty of Youth
Funding Source: National Institutes of Health
Record  28  of   370New Search    
Title:Cent$ible Nutrition Cookbook
Pub. date: 2011
Edition: 3rd
Includes: Small binder
Audience: Adults, elder, multi2
Language: English, Spanish
Description: "The Cent$ible Nutrition Cookbook contains quick, low-cost recipes and menus. This cookbook includes valuable informaiton about nutrition and cooking. There are seen sections: Information, grains, milk, meat and beans, fruits and vegetables, and snacks. Most recipes include a "Nutrition Facts" label, use a few low-cost ingredients, and involve simple preparation steps. Spanish cookbook includes information in both Spanish and English"
Funding Source: University of Wyoming Family and Consumer Sciences and EFNEP
Record  29  of   370New Search    
Title:Chair Activity Bingo
Pub. date: 2013
Edition: 1st
Includes: BINGO game
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Older adults
Language: English
Description: “Encourage physical activity without having to get up out of your seat! The Chair Activity Bingo Game features seated stretches and simple movements that must be completed in order to mark your game card. Perfect for use with older adults, classrooms with limited space, or anyone with limited mobility.”
Funding Source: Learning ZoneXpress
Record  30  of   370New Search    
Title:Champions for Change
Pub. date: 2008, updated 2014
Includes: Web site
Audience: Parents, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: CDPH's Network for a Healthy California has partnered with more than 200 organizations statewide to create Champions for Change, a social marketing campaign designed promote fruit and vegetable consumption, physical activity and food security, with the goal of preventing obesity and other chronic diseases. This campaign is a recreation of the former California 5 a Day Campaign, and now reflects the new federal guidelines for health, including Dietary Guidelines for Americans and MyPyramid. The campaign is delivered through media outlets, including television and outdoor bilingual advertisements and an interactive web site. The review refers to the web site only.
Funding Source: USDA Food Stamp Program through the Network for a Healthy California
Record  31  of   370New Search    
Title:Changing the Scene: Improving School Nutrition Environment
Pub. date: August 2000
Includes: Kit
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: The Changing the Scene: Improving School Nutrition Environment Kit is a step by step guide designed to help build an effective health team in the public school system. This kit targets active members in the community, such as school administrators, parents, teachers, food service workers and students. The kit is comprised of the following five areas: A How-To Guide, Support Materials, Related Publications, Presentation Materials, Brochures and a 14 minute Video. Each area in the kit, with the exception of the video and brochures, has a guide book outlining the program and its objectives. Brochures, flyers, sample letters, fact sheets, check lists and evaluation forms are available in the guide books and can be copied or replicated. Presentation materials are available as Microsoft PowerPoint files or printed onto overheads and are outlined and scripted. Individual sections also emphasize effective marketing and promotional plans to help increase overall health of the students.
Funding Source: USDA Team Nutrition
Record  32  of   370New Search    
Title:Childhood Obesity Prevention with Asian Families
Pub. date: 2006
Includes: educational pamphlets
Audience: Parents, Children, Asian
Language: Korean, Cambodian, Vietnamese, Lao, Chinese, Hmong and English
Description: This is a series of five culturally sensitive and relevant educational pamphlets that can help immigrant Asian parents understand how they can adapt to a new environment and food supply in a way that will foster the health and welfare of their children. They were developed in light of studies which have shown that the diets of low income SNAP Certified Eligible and SNAP Likely Eligible immigrants to the United States become less nutrient dense as immigrant families acculturate. Risk for obesity increases as each generation becomes more and more “Americanized” in terms of their eating patterns. These materials were developed with the purpose of reducing the risk of adult and child obesity among specific Asian immigrant populations.
Funding Source: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), USDA
Record  33  of   370New Search    
Title:Children and Weight: What Communities Can Do!
Pub. date: 2002
Includes: 5 meeting guides with agendas, presentations; videotape; CD-Rom slide presentation/worksheets
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: This resource kit was designed for community members interested in establishing and maintaining a community coalition to help improve the health of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) eligible children and their families. The authors believe that the best way to approach the complexity of childhood overweight is to create environments that promote healthy eating and active lifestyles.

The kit is divided into eight sections. The first section, "Getting Started" includes: an Introduction, First Five Meetings at a Glance, Using a Community Approach, Conducting a Community Assessment, Assembling a Coalition, Group Leadership, Facilitating Tips, and Planning for Successful Meetings. The next five sections are "Meetings Guides" for initiating a coalition and include: Sample Agendas, Notes for Leaders, Presentation Notes and Overheads, and worksheets and handouts that relate to the meeting topic. The next section is titled "Maintaining Momentum" and includes; Sample Agenda for Future Meetings, Successful Group Process, Charting Your Progress: Evaluation, Coalition Activity Report, Project Funding and a Sample Grant. The last section "Resources" includes: Policy, Advocacy, and Action Resource, Nutrition and Physical Activity Resources, Body Image and Self-Esteem Resources, Fundraising Resources.

A primary focus of the material is on building a team, inspiring change, and setting goals and strategies. Meetings are designed to last about two hours and meet every 3-5 weeks. Tips are provided throughout with samples from established coalition project members.

Funding Source: USDA, SNAP-Ed, California Nutrition Network, University of California Cooperative Extension
Record  34  of   370New Search    
Title:Choice, Control & Change (C3)
Pub. date: 2010
Includes: Curriculum book
Audience: Children, Middle School, Junior High
Language: English
Description: This 6th to 8th grade science curriculum book explores diet and activity choices. Developed by educators at Teachers College, Columbia University, and the National Gardening Association, Choice, Control & Change is the third module in the Linking Food and the Environment (LiFE) curriculum series. The curriculum includes 19 teacher lesson plans (divided into 5 units), background information, teaching tips, and tools for assessment; student activity sheets and readings. Students are involved through hands on experiments and activities.
Funding Source: Teachers College Columbia University and the National Gardening Association
Record  35  of   370New Search    
Title:CHOICES Healthy Recipe Cookbook
Pub. date: 2003
Edition: first
Includes: Cookbook
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: This 5 X 8, spiral-bound recipe booklet was developed to accompany the CHOICES: Steps Toward Health curriculum, a University of Massachusetts Extension Nutrition Education curriculum used with EFNEP and FNP audiences. It includes 50+ recipes (entrees, side dishes, appetizers, soups, breads and desserts) along with healthy eating tips, cooking terms and healthier ingredient substitutions. Recipes are coded to indicate “quick to make”, “low- or reduced-fat recipes”, “contains a whole grain”, “handle carefully for food safety”, and “provides at least one serving of a fruit or vegetable”. Nutritional analysis includes calories, fat, and number of fruit & vegetable servings. Yield and serving size is provided for all recipes.
Funding Source: University of Massachussetts Extension Nutrition Education, Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program
Record  36  of   370New Search    
Title:Choose MyPlate Tip Sheets: English, Vietnamese
Pub. date: 2011
Includes: Tip sheets
Audience: Adults, multi
Language: English, Vietnamese
Description: Double-sided English/Vietnamese versions of various MyPlate/Dietary Guidelines (DG) Tip Sheets.
Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed
Record  37  of   370New Search    
Title:Choose MyPlate Tip Sheets: Hmong, Chinese, & Vietnamese
Pub. date: 09/2014
Edition: 1st
Includes: Tip Sheets
Audience: Adults, multi
Language: Hmong, Chinese, Vietnamese
Description: The Public Health Insitute translated the following USDA Ten Tips Sheets into the following languages:
  • Choose MyPlate – Hmong
  • Make Half Your Grains Whole – Hmong, Vietnamese
  • Build A Healthy Meals – Hmong, Chinese
  • Be A Healthy Role Model – Hmong, Chinese
  • Cut Back On Sweet Treats – Hmong, Vietnamese, Chinese
  • Salt and Sodium – Hmong, Chinese
  • Make Better Beverage Choices – Hmong, Chinese
  • Be An Active Family – Hmong, Chinese
Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed
Record  38  of   370New Search    
Title:Choose MyPlate Worksite Posters
Pub. date: 01/2013
Edition: 1st
Includes: Poster
Audience: Adults, multi
Language: English, Spanish
Description: "These six posters are meant to be displayed around work sites and eating areas. Make half your plates fruits and vegetables."
Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed
Record  39  of   370New Search    
Title:Choose MyPlate: Selected Consumer Messages
Pub. date: June 2011
Includes: PowerPoint
Audience: Multiple Audiences, adult, parent, staff
Language: English
Description: Choose MyPlate: Selected Consumer Messages is presentation that introduces the newest USDA food guidance system, MyPlate, and consumer messages. The presentation gives a visual over review and MyPlates updates. The slides contain pictures, graphics, questions, periodic quotations, and speakers’ notes.
Funding Source: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Record  40  of   370New Search    
Title:Clear and Simple: Developing Effective Print Materials for Low-Literate Readers
Pub. date: 1994, Web site updated 2003
Includes: Booklet (Entire text available electronically)
Audience: Nutrition Educators, Low Literacy
Language: English
Description: This guidebook outlines a process for developing publications for people with limited-literacy skills. It includes information on identifying and learning about the target audience, developing materials and pre-testing and revising materials. It also includes references and resource lists.
Funding Source: National Institutes of Health
Record  41  of   370New Search    
Title:Cold Pizza for Breakfast
Pub. date: Updated April 2014
Includes: PowerPoint presentation and online slideshow
Audience: Children, Teenagers, Adults
Language: English
Description: "Cold Pizza for Breakfast" is a presentation designed for older children and teenagers on food safety. It can be a great addition to any cooking, nutrition or food safety class.
Funding Source: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Record  42  of   370New Search    
Title:Communicating effectively with pregnant adolescents who have limited literacy or comprehension skills.
Pub. date: 2000
Includes: Book
Audience: Nutrition Educators, Pregnant women, Teenagers
Language: English
Description: The overall goal of this book is to promote the health and nutritional status of pregnant adolescents and to achieve optimal pregnancy and infant outcomes. Chapter 19 focuses on how to best provide nutrition education to pregnant adolescents that may have limited literacy skills. It addresses how to identify low-literate teenagers, developing and evaluating print materials, and non-print methods of nutrition education. References and a resource list are also included.
Funding Source: Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration, US Department of Health and Human Services, US Public Health Service, Rockville, MD (grant numbers T79-MC-0007-12 and 97-0478[P]).
Record  43  of   370New Search    
Title:Community Action Guide: Changing Food Deserts into Food Oases: A Resource for States and Communities
Pub. date: September 2011
Includes: Online Document
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: A Community Action Guide: Changing Food Deserts to Food Oases: A Resource for States and Communities outlines the background and history of food deserts, as well as providing actionable steps to work toward available, affordable, and accessible healthy food choices for communities to positively impact health.

The Guide offers tools to: measure food deserts, identify partners and take action. Success stories and community examples are presented in the Guide illustrate strategies that have been used across the country.

Record  44  of   370New Search    
Title:Community Youth Organization Idea & Resource Kit
Pub. date: October 2009
Edition: 5th
Includes: bound notebook
Audience: Parents, Children, Elementary School
Language: English, Handouts in English & Spanish
Description: Designed for use in out-of-school settings, this Kit includes educational activities and physically active games focused on fruits, vegetables and physical activity.
Funding Source: USDA SNAP, & California Department of Public Health, Network for a Healthy California
Record  45  of   370New Search    
Title:Complete Book of Home Preserving
Pub. date: April 2006
Edition: 1st
Includes: Book
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: This book provides detailed information on canning and preserving methods and safety, and canning equipment. There are over 400 recipes including separate sections for soft spreads, fabulous fruits, salsa, relish & chutney, condiments, pickles, and tomatoes.
Record  46  of   370New Search    
Title:Cooking for You or Two
Pub. date: 2005
Includes: Cookbook
Audience: Adults, Older Adults
Language: English
Description: Over 70 quick, healthy, and delicious, money-saving recipes from the Cent$ible Nutrition Cookbook scaled down for smaller households.
Funding Source: USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, University of Wyoming Extension Cent$ible Nutrition Program
Record  47  of   370New Search    
Title:Cooking Healthy!
Pub. date: 2002
Edition: 1st
Includes: 3-ring binder
Audience: Adults, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: Cooking Healthy/Cocinando Saludable is a curriculum, based on 5 A Day criteria, for teaching how to choose, store, wash and prepare fruits and vegetables. Available in both English and Spanish, it is designed for delivery by community health workers, “promotoras” or professionals. Two sessions (one on fruits, one on vegetables) include cooking methods, cooking demonstrations and 50 recipes to choose from. The manual includes a preparation module, camera ready copies of participant handouts, evaluation tools, and a list of additional resource web sites.
Funding Source: USDA Food Stamp Program
Record  48  of   370New Search    
Title:Cooking the MyPyramid Way
Pub. date: June 2007
Edition: 1st
Includes: DVD
Audience: Adults, Hispanic, Native American
Language: English
Description: Developed for the Chickasaw Nation, this video includes a basic, informative overview of the USDA's MyPyramid and recipe preparation featuring all food groups plus the oils section. Recipes are demonstrated by a food demonstration specialist and are discussed/reviewed by two registered/licensed dietitians. The video also features a personal story about one of the demonstrator’s battle with overcoming weight gain. The running time is approximately 75 minutes, with each food group section about 13 to 20 minutes.
Funding Source: USDA Food Stamp Program and Chickasaw Nation
Record  49  of   370New Search    
Title:Cooking with Get Fresh!
Pub. date: 2009
Edition: 1st
Includes: DVD
Audience: Adults, staff, Hispanic, Native American
Language: English, Spanish subtitles available
Description: “Welcome to the Get Fresh cooking show! Join us as we demonstrate fun, healthy recipes for you to start sharing with the people you love. With simple recipes and quick tips, you can add more nutrition to your diet every day. Our recipes are based on the body’s daily needs listed on MyPyramid.gov and are geared toward pleasing your whole family! So grab a seat and get ready to get healthier, get fit, get active, get smart, and Get Fresh!”

The Get Fresh! Program offers this DVD with favorite recipes, demonstrated and complete with nutrition education.

Funding Source: USDA Food Stamp Program and Chickasaw Nation.
Record  50  of   370New Search    
Title:Cooking with Kids Integrated Curriculum
Pub. date: 2008
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Three curriculum guides available, Grades K-1, Grades 2-3 & Grades 4-6
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Children, Elementary children, Hispanic
Language: English and Spanish
Description: The Cooking with Kids integrated curriculum guides and student handbooks provide hands-on cooking and tasting lessons with fresh, affordable foods from diverse cultures. Curricula are available in English and Spanish for grades K-1, 2-3, & 4-6. Each guide includes teacher information and introductory lesson plan, lesson plans for five 1-hour tasting classes (tomatoes, root vegetables, citrus fruits, pears and salad greens), lesson plans for five 2-hour cooking classes and a student food journal specific to that grade.
Funding Source: USDA Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program through the New Mexico Human Services Department through New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service among others
Record  51  of   370New Search    
Title:Create a Great Plate
Pub. date: 2012
Includes: DVD. Teaching materials available for free download online.
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Children, Teens, Adults
Language: English
Description: “The ‘Create a Great Plate MyPlate Dietary Guidelines’ DVD is based on the USDA's new MyPlate campaign. The DVD shows teens what healthy eating looks like, and tells them how to: Make at least half your grains whole, Vary your veggies, Focus on fruits, Get your calcium-rich foods, Go lean with protein.”
Funding Source: Learning ZoneXpress
Record  52  of   370New Search    
Title:Create Environments that Increase Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
Pub. date: September 2005
Edition: 1st
Includes: Online booklet
Audience: Nutrition Educators, Adults
Language: English
Description: This action packet is one of a series of six. It focuses on creating environments that increase fruit and vegetable consumption. It provides the tools and resources needed to create partnerships that will help you achieve your goals. Packet resources include background information, real examples, action steps, presentation materials, resources, and support materials.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service, funds for Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE)
Record  53  of   370New Search    
Title:Creating Healthy Families
Pub. date: 2007
Edition: 1st
Includes: DVD
Audience: Nutrition Educators, multi2
Language: English, Spanish
Description: “In four separate video segments, this DVD shares ideas for selecting healthy foods when shopping, cooking with children and appropriate serving sizes, planning a family meal at a restaurant and healthy snack choices.”
Funding Source: Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program, University of California Cooperative Extension, University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources, California State University Agricultural Research Initiative, California Polytechnic State University
Record  54  of   370New Search    
Title:Cutting Food Costs
Pub. date: Revised 2007, updated 2011
Includes: Bulletin
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: You can put off buying a new car or appliance, but you have to buy food. This bulletin shows you how anyone can cut food costs using knowledge and common sense. Discusses meal planning, convenience foods, unit pricing and supporting healthy diets.
Funding Source: University of Maine Cooperative Extension, the Land Grant University of the state of Maine and the U.S. Department of Agriculture
Record  55  of   370New Search    
Title:Deer Meat Stew Recipe Card
Pub. date: 09/2014
Edition: 1st
Includes: Recipe Card
Audience: Multiple Audiences
Language: English
Description: This deer meat stew recipe card is targeted to American Indians and Alaska natives.
Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed
Record  56  of   370New Search    
Title:Delicious Heart Healthy Latino Recipes
Pub. date: November 1996, Revised April 2008
Includes: Color Booklet
Audience: Adults, Hispanic
Language: English and Spanish in same booklet
Description: Bilingual cookbook that contains 23 tested recipes that cut down on fat, cholesterol, and sodium but not on taste. Recipes are divided into the following sections: Appetizers; Soups; Main Dishes; Vegetables, Side Dishes and Toppings; Deserts; and Beverages. Each recipe includes a heart healthy tip.
Funding Source: National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute; Office of Research on Minority Health
Record  57  of   370New Search    
Title:Develop Policies that Support Healthy Eating at Group Events
Pub. date: February 2003
Edition: 1st
Includes: Online Booklet
Audience: Nutrition Educators, Adults
Language: English
Description: This action packet is one in a series of six. It focuses on developing policies that support healthy eating at group events. It provides the tools and resources needed to create partnerships that will help you achieve your goals. Packet resources include background information, real examples, action steps, presentation materials, resources and support materials.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service, funds for Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE)
Record  58  of   370New Search    
Title:Develop Policies that Support Healthy Options in Vending Machines
Pub. date: March 2004
Edition: 1st
Includes: Online booklet
Audience: Nutrition Educators, Adults
Language: English
Description: This action packet is one of a series of six. It focuses on developing policies that support healthy options in vending machines. It provides the tools and resources needed to create partnerships that will help you achieve your goals. Packet resources include background information, real examples, action steps, presentation materials, resources, support materials, and the Vending Machine Policy Packet 2002.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service, funds for Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE)
Record  59  of   370New Search    
Title:Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2010
Pub. date: January 2011
Includes: Booklet, Online Document
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: The new 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans focus on balancing calories with physical activity, and encourage Americans to consume more healthy foods like vegetables, fruits, whole grains, fat-free and low-fat dairy products, and seafood, and to consume less sodium, saturated and trans fats, added sugars, and refined grains. They provide science-based advice to promote health and to reduce risk for major chronic diseases through diet and physical activity. Oriented toward policymakers, nutrition educators, nutritionists, and health care providers, they summarizes and synthesizes knowledge regarding individual nutrients and food components into recommendations for a pattern of eating that can be adopted by the public. Key Recommendations are grouped under nine inter-related focus areas.
Funding Source: USDA and DHHS
Record  60  of   370New Search    
Title:Dig In!
Pub. date: April 2013
Includes: Teacher's guide, gardening guide, 10 lessons, 28 pages of student handouts, 35 home parent booklets, 6 posters
Audience: Children, Elementary School, Middle School, Grades 5 and 6
Language: English
Description: "Explore a world of possibilities in the garden and on your plate using ten inquiry-based lessons that engage 5th and 6th graders in growing, harvesting, tasting, and learning about fruits and vegetables."
Funding Source: Team Nutrition, United States Department of Agriculture
Record  61  of   370New Search    
Title:Do I Have to Eat That?
Pub. date: 2002, Revised 2008, 2011
Includes: brochure/handout
Audience: Parents, Children, Preschool, Kindergarten, Toddler, Elementary School, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: This handout/brochure was designed as a guide to prevent food fights between parents and kids. Available in 2 formats, a single sheet (8 ½ x11) and a 3-fold brochure.

The contents include definition of both a parent’s and a child’s roles during mealtime. The handout features a list of tips for parents to increase acceptance of foods by their children, a list of what is normal for child growth and eating habits and a summary with additional tips.

Funding Source: USDA Food and Nutrition Service, NH Food Stamp Program and UNH Cooperative Extension
Record  62  of   370New Search    
Title:Down Home Healthy Cooking: Recipes and Tips for Healthy Cooking
Pub. date: January 2008
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Cookbook, available in print or online
Audience: Multiple Audiences, African american, Adults
Language: English
Description: Cookbook provides recipes that are low-fat, high in fiber versions of traditional favorites of African American Recipes.
Funding Source: National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, United States Department of Health and Human Services
Record  63  of   370New Search    
Title:Dry Bean Cookery Teaching Unit
Pub. date: Published 1991, Revised, Expanded 2011
Edition: 6th
Includes: curriculum available on a CD-Rom
Audience: Multiple Audiences, high school, adult, elder, parent
Language: English
Description: A nine lesson curriculum on dry bean cookery and how beans can fit into a healthy eating lifestyle.
Funding Source: Northarvest Bean Growers Association, U.S. Dry Bean Council, North Dakota Department of Agriculture
Record  64  of   370New Search    
Title:Eagle Vision
Pub. date: 2003
Includes: Booklet
Audience: Children, American Indian Teens, Native american
Language: English
Description: Eagle Vision is a short booklet created to help American Indian youth make healthy lifestyle choices. The following five areas are discussed in the book: Enjoy Foods, Achieve Balance, Gather Knowledge, Love Your Body, and Exercise. Each area contains facts about nutrition and physical activity, along with sharing opinions about the topic from American Indian teens. The booklet briefly addresses issues common to teens such as eating disorders, childhood obesity, healthy snacking and body image acceptance.
Funding Source: USDA Food Stamp Program, California Department of Health Services, and California Nutrition Network
Record  65  of   370New Search    
Title:Eat Better, Eat Together Toolkit
Pub. date: 1999, updated 2001, 2003, 2007
Includes: Reproducible brochures (free), and accompanying promotional materials (available for purchase on the web site)
Audience: Parents
Language: English
Description: This set of reproducible brochures promotes eating together as a family to encourage healthful eating and positive social interaction among family members and to promote good tasting, healthful meals on a limited budget. Topics are: 10 Tips for Quality Family Meals, Cooking with Young Children, Family Breakfast, Family Meals with Growing Children, Get in Touch with Family Meals, Getting Started, Healthful Meals, Make Family Time Active Time, Make It at Home: Save Money and Eat Better, Make your Family Meal a Special Event, Setting the Table, Who Has Time for Family Meals? You Do!, Family Mealtime - Deciding Who Does What?
Funding Source: USDA Food Stamp Program, Washington State University
Record  66  of   370New Search    
Title:Eat Fruits and Vegetables Everyday, Stay Healthy All the Way
Pub. date: September 2005
Edition: 1st
Includes: Printable Recipe Booklet
Audience: Multiple Audiences, adults, parents, nutrition educators, elderly, Asian
Language: English and Chinese
Description: Healthy Chinese recipes that correspond with the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. This printable booklet is written in both English and Chinese. It contains colorful photographs and appetizing recipes, filled with fruits and vegetables. Contains useful information for promoting My Pyramid and healthy eating to Chinese audiences.
Funding Source: Chinatown Public Health Center, USDA Food Stamp Program
Record  67  of   370New Search    
Title:Eat Healthy - Be Active Community Workshops
Pub. date: April 2012
Includes: Guidebook
Audience: Adults, Hispanic, Asian, African american, Native american
Language: English
Description: “The workshops are designed for community educators, health promoters, dietitians/nutritionists, cooperative extension agents, and others to teach to adults in a wide variety of community settings.”
Funding Source: DHHS, ODPHP
Record  68  of   370New Search    
Title:Eat Healthy, Eat Breakfast
Pub. date: 2001
Includes: The kit includes letters, flyers, surveys, contests, press releases, reports, lesson, transparencies, newsletter articles, brochures, posters, CD.
Audience: Parents, Children, Middle School, High School, Students
Language: English
Description: The Eat Healthy. Eat Breakfast. A Behavior Change Campaign kit was developed using social marketing principles and uses results from the Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham County Eat Healthy. Eat Breakfast. Campaign conducted in Michigan in 2001. The kit provides communities with time saving Grab-n-Go ideas and behavior change interventions to increase breakfast eating among 11-15 year olds. The ready to use interventions are intended to improve learning and achieve student goals. All kit components are available on the Web site.
Funding Source: USDA Food and Nutrition Services, Michigan Family Independence Agency, and Michigan State University Extension.
Record  69  of   370New Search    
Title:Eat Less! The Upside of Downsizing Portions
Pub. date: 2012
Edition: First
Includes: DVD
Audience: Adults, Multiple audiences
Language: English
Description: "This program explores the USDA's recommendation to 'eat less' and 'avoid oversized portions.' Discover why portion sizes have grown over the past few decades, and how the quality of food has changed. Learn how to consume fewer, yet more nourishing calories. Get tips on downsizing your portions and learn the important role exercise plays in eating less."
Record  70  of   370New Search    
Title:Eat Out, Eat Right: The Guide to Healthier Restaurant Eating
Pub. date: Jan 2008
Edition: 3rd
Includes: Small size book.
Audience: Multiple Audiences, adult, staff
Language: English
Description: This revised and updated book provides practical, realistic guidelines for making healthier menu choices from a wide variety of foods and cuisines, and comes complete with informational charts and guidelines about different food options. The new edition includes updated information on increasingly popular fast-casual dining, sandwich shops, and beverages. Among the many kinds of restaurant cuisines discussed are Mexican, Italian, Chinese, Thai, Japanese, Indian, Middle Eastern, French-Continental, seafood, and fast food. Included are sample menus, nutritional facts and figures, and diabetic exchanges.
Funding Source: Surrey Books
Record  71  of   370New Search    
Title:Eat Right for Less: Nutrition on a Budget
Pub. date: September 2010
Edition: First Edition
Includes: Cookbook
Audience: Adults, Child, Parents, Elder, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: This 85-page cookbook includes 60 recipes and 10 menus that are delicious, nutritious, low-cost, and easy to prepare. Most of the ingredients likely are already on your pantry shelves. Nutrition facts are included for all recipes, as is the cost per serving. Many recipes are "kid-friendly".
Funding Source: Purdue University Cooperative Extension
Record  72  of   370New Search    
Title:Eat Smart New York Cookbook
Pub. date: 2006
Edition: 1st
Includes: Spiral-bound Cookbook
Audience: Multiple Audiences
Language: English
Description: This spiral bound 8 ½” x 11” cookbook contains a page each on 48 different fruits and vegetables, including key points, recipes and tips on each.
Funding Source: USDA Food and Nutrition Service and New York State Department of Health
Record  73  of   370New Search    
Title:Eat Smart! MyPlate and the 2010 Dietary Guidelines
Pub. date: 2012
Edition: 1st
Includes: Video and Educator's Guide
Audience: Multiple Audiences, adults, Older Adults, Teenagers
Language: English
Description: This program uses MyPlate and the USDA’s 2010 Dietary Guidelines to present an overview of healthy eating. It focuses on the Guidelines’ three main recommendations: eat nutrient-dense foods, balance calories, and reduce solid fats, added sugars and sodium and shows how MyPlate can help build meals that include nutritious choices from all the food groups.
Funding Source: Self funded by Learning Seed
Record  74  of   370New Search    
Title:Eat Smart, Be Fit, Maryland!
Pub. date: December 2004 - 2014, updated regularly
Includes: Web site
Audience: Parents, Children, Adults
Language: English
Description: The University of Maryland's Public Health Informatics Research Laboratory and Maryland Cooperative Extension have collaborated on a nutrition education demonstration project featuring the 'Eat Smart, Be Fit, Maryland!' website, a health promotion tool developed as part of the Eat Smart, Be Fit, Maryland! project. This website features nutrition and physical activity information and tools, as well as food budgeting resources and local information for Marylanders.
Funding Source: Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program (FSNEP ), United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
Record  75  of   370New Search    
Title:Eat Smart, Live Strong: Nutrition Education for Older Adults
Pub. date: July 2009, Updated 2013
Edition: 2nd
Audience: Older Adults
Language: English
Description: Eat Smart, Live Strong is an intervention designed by Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) to improve fruit and vegetable consumption and physical activity among 60-74 year olds participating in or eligible for FNS nutrition assistance programs. The intervention can support the efforts of program providers and communities in delivering nutrition education to a growing number of low-income older adults. The Activity Kit for Eat Smart, Live Strong includes a Leader’s Guide to assist in delivering and promoting the intervention, four interactive session guides to reinforce key behaviors, and participant handouts.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agricuture, Food and Nutrition Service
Record  76  of   370New Search    
Title:Eat Well for Less Web-based Learning Module
Pub. date: 2006
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Web-based learning module
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: Eat Well For Less is a series of self-paced, web-based learning modules offering ideas about how to meet some of the challenges of running a household. The modules are available in English or Spanish. The program’s goal is to share useful information about how to plan healthful meals, prepare tasty, low-cost foods that are quick and easy, and make food dollars last through the month.

There are three separate modules; "Pyramid Power", which covers the basics of MyPyramid, "We Wish You Well" which focuses on food safety, and "Stretching Your Food Dollars" which covers food resource management.

Funding Source: USDA, Food Stamp Nutrition Education
Record  77  of   370New Search    
Title:Eat Well, Play Hard in Child Care Settings Curriculum
Pub. date: April 2008
Edition: 1st
Includes: Curriculum available online or in print.
Audience: Parents, Children
Language: English
Description: This is a ten-chapter nutrition and physical activity curriculum. Each of the ten chapters includes a lesson for 3-4 year old children and a separate lesson for their families. Each lesson identifies a goal and objectives for the lesson and details the points for the trainer to cover in the lesson. A minimum of three activities supportive of the objectives are included in each lesson. Nine of the ten lessons include at least one food demonstration or cooking activity. Each lesson includes an estimate of the time necessary to prepare for and conduct each activity. Trainers are also provided with a list of relevant reference materials. The activities each list needed supplies and ingredients and detail the preparation that should occur before the class and the steps in implementing the activity. In addition to the activity sheets, each pre-school lesson includes a copy of a take home handout called "Parent Pages." Additional handout masters are included as appropriate.
Funding Source: Child and Adult Care Food Program and SNAP-Ed Program
Record  78  of   370New Search    
Title:EatFit
Pub. date: 2002, updated 2009
Edition: 4th
Includes: Curriculum
Audience: Children, Middle School, High School
Language: English
Description: EatFit is a goal oriented intervention designed to challenge middle school students to improve their fitness and eating choices. This program uses computer technology to assist teens with diet assessment and “guided” goal setting for making healthy lifestyle choices. The program provides skill building experiences and social support to promote dietary self-efficacy and goal attainment.

Funding Source: EFNEP, USDA Food Stamp Program, UC ANR-Cooperative Extension, American Distance Education Consortium, UCD School/University Partnership, The Center for Advanced Studies in Nutrition and Social Marketing, UCD.
Record  79  of   370New Search    
Title:Eating Better for Le$$
Pub. date: January 2007
Includes: Booklet
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: Examines ways to stretch food dollars and track spending.
Funding Source: State of North Carolina
Record  80  of   370New Search    
Title:Eating from the Garden
Pub. date: 2010
Includes: 13 lessons, Fruit & Veggie Mania Game, color handouts, recipes,
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: Using research-based information, "Eating from the Garden" is intended to teach children how to improve their eating habits. The curriculum encourages children to make healthier food choices and be physically active while promoting gardening knowledge and skills in participants.
Funding Source: Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City
Record  81  of   370New Search    
Title:Eating Smart Being Active
Pub. date: 2007
Edition: Updated 2012
Includes: Curriculum
Audience: Nutrition Educators, Adults, Parents
Language: English, Spanish
Description: Eating Smart · Being Active is an evidence-based nutrition education and obesity prevention curriculum for low-income adults developed by EFNEP staffs at Colorado State University and University of California at Davis. Based on the socio-ecological model and MyPlate, and consistent with the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, the curriculum is designed for paraprofessional nutrition educators to use when teaching low-income families with young children to learn healthy lifestyle choices.

The curriculum consists of eight core lessons, each 60 to 90 minutes long, designed to be taught in order. Each lesson includes a food preparation activity, hands-on kinesthetic activities, and a physical activity segment. In addition to the eight core lessons, curriculum developers wrote three maternal and infant nutrition supplemental lessons. These are stand-alone lessons and are designed to be taught to pregnant women and women with young infants. The teaching techniques in the lesson plans of Eating Smart · Being Active are based on the adult learning principle including dialogue-based learning and learner-centered education outlined in Dr. Joye A. Norris' book From Telling to Teaching. The lesson plans, activities and participant materials were all developed using these principles. In 2010, ESBA won the National Extension Association for Family and Consumer Sciences Educational Curriculum Package/Communications Award, both regionally and nationally"

Funding Source: Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program.
Record  82  of   370New Search    
Title:Eating Well, Living Well
Pub. date: 2008
Includes: Complete curriculum including lesson plans, journal pages, worksheets, visuals, quizzes, activities, and textbook checklist
Audience: Adults, English As-A-Second Language programs, Hispanic, Asian
Language: English
Description: The Eating Well, Living Well curriculum was developed for English as a Second Language (ESL) students in California, following formative research findings that demonstrated a need for nutrition education in this population. The curriculum consists of 26 student lessons, materials, training and resources for adult ESL and other educators for integrating nutrition education into adult ESL programs. All materials and resources available on the Eating Well, Living Well Web site.
Funding Source: USDA Food Stamp Program through the California Nutrition Network for Healthy Active Families
Record  83  of   370New Search    
Title:Empowering Youth with Nutrition and Physical Activity
Pub. date: May 2007
Edition: 2nd
Includes: spiral bound notebook (available as PDF)
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: “Empowering Youth is a manual for use in after school programs and classrooms with youth 11-18 years old. It contains current nutrition and physical activity information to enhance leader knowledge; fun, hands-on activities that teach nutrition concepts; ideas to include nutrition education and physical activity into youth programs and events; resources to help youth develop a nutrition or physical activity related community project; tips, worksheets, handouts, discussion prompters and more!”
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service
Record  84  of   370New Search    
Title:ENAFS MyPlate for Older Adults BINGO Game
Pub. date: updated in 2012, originally published in 2001
Edition: 3rd
Includes: CD containing game boards, playing pieces, instructions, checking chart and game tips
Audience: Older Adults
Language: English
Description: “The ENAFS MyPlate BINGO game provides older adults with a fun game to play while hearing nutrition and health tips that reinforce lesson content and promote healthy lifestyle choices. This CD provides an update and expansion of the original ENAFS BINGO game that was developed in 2001 and updated in 2007. The game tips are focused on content from ENAFS modules one, three, four, and six. The game also is a fun stand-alone activity.”
Funding Source: Elder Nutrition and Food Safety Program (ENAFS)/University of Florida Foundation/State of New York Department of Law
Record  85  of   370New Search    
Title:Energize Yourself and Your Family
Pub. date: March 2001, Jun 2004, revised Jul 2006, Jan 2008
Includes: Booklet, Online versions
Audience: Adults, African Americans, Women, Parents
Language: English
Description: Includes sections on being more physically active, making healthy meals, food labels, and eating out. Also includes a 1600 calorie sample menu and two African American cookbook references.
Record  86  of   370New Search    
Title:Energy Balance Snacks Poster
Pub. date: 2011
Includes: Poster
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults
Language: English
Description: This poster displays a variety of snacks, ranging in nutritional quality (carrots, apples, cookie, chips, and donut) and the amount of time spent walking in minutes that would be required to burn the calories that each snack contains. Estimates provided are based on caloric expenditure of a 125 pound person.
Funding Source: Learning ZoneXpress
Record  87  of   370New Search    
Title:Enhanced Access to Places for Physical Activity
Pub. date: March 2004
Edition: 1st
Includes: Online Booklet (PDF)
Audience: Nutrition Educators, Adults
Language: English
Description: Increasing physical activity and improving nutrition can help to control the epidemic of overweight and obesity, as well as decrease the risk of chronic diseases including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer and osteoporosis. A recommended strategy to increase physical activity is to create and promote places in the community for activity.

This Action Packet is one in a series of six. It will help you promote community health through enhanced access to places in the community for physical activity in your local area. The Packet provides guidelines for creating the partnerships needed to make your projects successful. Packet resources include background information, real examples, action steps, presentation materials, resources and support materials.

Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service, funds for Food Stamp Nutrition Education
Record  88  of   370New Search    
Title:Enjoying Our Healthy Harvest
Pub. date: 2009, updated 11/2013
Edition: 1st
Includes: Curriculum, including lessons, activities, supporting materials and evaluation materials.
Audience: Children, Elementary School, Middle School, 4th grade
Language: English, some Spanish available upon request
Description: Enjoying Our Healthy Harvest - Nutrition Education Curriculum for 4th graders, from garden to the table. This curriculum encourages knowledge gain and behavior change to consume more variety of fruits and vegetables. Students also learn basic food safety and preparation techniques in six lessons. The first lesson teaches proper hand washing technique. Other lessons focus on one fruit or vegetable each week. In each of the lessons participants learn how to select fresh produce, discover the nutrient-rich properties, clean the produce and do a simple preparation or have a sampling of the varieties of that produce. Lessons include hands-on, visual and auditory components.
Funding Source: OSU Extension Service.
Record  89  of   370New Search    
Title:Ethnic and Regional Food Practices Series: Chinese American
Pub. date: 1998
Includes: Booklet
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Asian American, Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: This manual covers the cultural and dietary customs of Chinese Americans. Includes traditional food practices and health beliefs, implications of current dietary practice, holiday food customs, recipes for customary foods, and a glossary of food items.
Funding Source: ADA and The American Diabetes Association
Record  90  of   370New Search    
Title:Ethnic and Regional Food Practices Series: Hmong American
Pub. date: 1998
Includes: Booklet
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Asian American, Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: This manual covers the cultural and dietary customs of Hmong Americans. Includes traditional food practices and health beliefs, implications of current dietary practice, holiday food customs, recipes for customary foods, and a glossary of food items.
Funding Source: ADA and The American Diabetes Association
Record  91  of   370New Search    
Title:Ethnic and Regional Food Practices Series: Mexican American
Pub. date: 1998
Includes: Booklet
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Nutrition Educators, Hispanic
Language: English
Description: This manual covers the cultural and dietary customs of Mexican Americans. Includes traditional food practices and health beliefs, implications of current dietary practice, holiday food customs, recipes for customary foods, and a glossary of food items.
Funding Source: ADA and The American Diabetes Association
Record  92  of   370New Search    
Title:Ethnic and Regional Food Practices Series: Navajo
Pub. date: 1998
Includes: Booklet
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Nutrition Educators, Native American
Language: English
Description: This manual covers the cultural and dietary customs of the Navajo people. Includes traditional food practices and health beliefs, implications of current dietary practice, holiday food customs, recipes for customary foods, and a glossary of food items.
Funding Source: ADA and The American Diabetes Association
Record  93  of   370New Search    
Title:Everyday Healthy Meals Cookbook
Pub. date: November 2007
Edition: Second
Includes: cookbook
Audience: Multiple Audiences, adult, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: This cookbook is an updated version of the Discover the Secret to Healthy Living cookbook released in 2004. Available in English and Spanish, the new version of the cookbook contains a seasonal guide to fruits and vegetables, ideas on how to be a Champion for Change in your kitchen, the recommended cups of fruits and vegetables chart, and a cooking measurement chart. The cookbook includes photos of 39 updated Network recipes and 9 brand new recipes, which all meet the new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Products Promotable criteria for fruits and vegetable recipes. These recipes are healthy, easy to prepare, and require a minimal amount of ingredients. Cookbooks can be ordered at cost, plus freight/handling, and sales tax at www.championsforchangematerials.net.
Funding Source: California Department of Public Health, Network for Healthy California, USDA Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
Record  94  of   370New Search    
Title:F&V Express Bites
Pub. date: 2005
Includes: Interactive Web site
Audience: Adults, Children
Language: English
Description: This is a Stages of Change Theory-based web site, designed to help young adults increase fruit and vegetable intake behaviors. The site has separate tracks for fruits and vegetables and for men and women, and then is further tracked based on the viewer’s current “stage”. Included are self assessments, basic information on the benefits of fruits and vegetables, practical and applicable tips for increasing intake and incorporating them into recipes and daily menus, quizzes with pop-up answers, recipes, and 8 short video/movie clips.

The F&V Express Bites Web site was developed by Amanda Park. Ms. Park was assisted by Adrienne White from the University of Maine, Barbara Lohse from the Pennsylvania State University, Goeffrey Greene from the University of Rhode Island, Sharon Hoerr from Michigan State University, Kendra Kattelmann from South Dakota State University, Mary Jane Oakland from Iowa State University, Linda Boeckner from the University of Nebraska, Karen Kritsch from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Susan Nitzke from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Funding Source: Graduate student research thesis in cooperation with NC219 and USDA, Cooperative Extension
Record  95  of   370New Search    
Title:Families Eating Smart and Moving More Toolkit
Pub. date: 2005
Includes: Flipchart, Leader’s Guide with CD, VHS video, DVD, Fast Food and Families CD, Shopping List, Meals to Remember, Activities to Remember, Wipe Off Board
Audience: Parents, Children, Families
Language: English
Description: Families Eating Smart and Moving More is a toolkit that designed to provide families with the skills and motivation to improve eating and physical activity behaviors. Four basic modules offer families simple solutions to help them eat smart and move more: Eating Smart at Home; Eating Smart on the Run; Moving More, Everyday, Everywhere; Moving More, Watching Less. Each module includes handouts/posters, activities, and other tools to make eating healthier and doing more physical activity fun and easy.
Funding Source: Eat Smart, Move More North Carolina Leadership Team
Record  96  of   370New Search    
Title:Family Fun
Pub. date: 2007
Includes: DVD-R, also available as Video cassette
Audience: Adults, Parents, Families
Language: English and Spanish both included on one DVD.
Description: Learn how to get the whole family involved in meal preparation and do so in ways that are fun instead of frustrating. From young children helping to stir ingredients to letting teenagers take control of the kitchen for an evening, the video shows that the benefits of cooking together as a family go far beyond nutrition.

"Family Fun" is a single DVD, but is also available as part of the 5-part series, Food Basics. Food Basics also includes Food Safety, At Home in the Kitchen, Recipes Made Easy, and Shopping Smarts. This title was developed specifically for adult nutrition education for WIC and Extension programs.

Funding Source: Discovery Education
Record  97  of   370New Search    
Title:Family Gardening Curriculum
Pub. date: 2012
Edition: 1st
Includes: Curriculum including Graphics, Recipes, and Activity Items
Audience: Parents, Children
Language: English
Description: “This is a six lesson curriculum geared towards families and focusing on developing healthy gardens and bodies, whole grains, vegetables, seeds, preparing garden space and planting.” The lessons range from approximately 45-60 minutes in length.
Funding Source: USDA. FNS. SNAP-Ed.
Record  98  of   370New Search    
Title:Family Meal Time Placemats
Pub. date: 2010
Includes: placemats
Audience: Children
Language: n/a
Description: Sets of 4 11x17 placemats come in both color (laminated), and black & white (cardboard, can be laminated).
Record  99  of   370New Search    
Title:Family Meal Time: We Have Table Manners
Pub. date: 2010
Includes: Lesson Plan, Music CD, Master CD, We Love the Company Book, Table Manners Bingo
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: Teaching Kit intended to teach children about the importance of table manners and family meal times.
Funding Source: Nutrition In Action
Record  100  of   370New Search    
Title:Farm to Table & Beyond
Pub. date: 2008
Includes: Curriculum book
Audience: Children, Middle School, Elementary School, Junior High School
Language: English
Description: This curriculum book explores the global food production system, and how parts of the system interact and influence each other. Students engage in hands-on activities examining the cycle of nature and participate in discussions and debates on personal food choice. Developed by educators at Teachers College, Columbia University, and the National Gardening Association, Farm to Table & Beyond is part of the Linking Food and the Environment (LiFE) curriculum series. The curriculum includes 29 teacher lesson plans (divided into 6 units), background information, teaching tips, and tools for assessment; student activity sheets and readings.
Funding Source: Teachers College Columbia University and the National Gardening Association
Record  101  of   370New Search    
Title:Farmers' Market Game
Pub. date: 2007
Edition: 1st
Includes: Board game complete with instructions.
Audience: Children
Language: English and Spanish
Description: “Have fun while building an awareness of and appreciation for fruits and vegetables. Playing Farmers' Market allows you to share an enjoyable activity with your children while showing them how fruits and vegetables grow and why they are important to their health and well-being.

Farmers' Market is a 2-sided game board for ages 4 and up. There are 3 modes of movement (spinner, die or dice) to accommodate varying time constraints and developmental levels of players. Instructions are in English and Spanish.”

Funding Source: Oasis Publications
Record  102  of   370New Search    
Title:Fast Food Nutrition Guide
Pub. date: January 2003, REVISED 2009
Includes: booklet
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: Designed as a part of the UMass Extension Nutrition Education Program, “Choices: Steps Toward Health”, this is a 12 page booklet listing calorie and fat content of popular menu items from 10 common fast food restaurants, including Boston Market, Burger King, Dominoes, Dunkin' Donuts, KFC, McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, Subway, Taco Bell and Wendy’s.
Funding Source: USDA Food Stamp Program and Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program
Record  103  of   370New Search    
Title:Fast Foods!
Pub. date: 2005
Edition: 1st
Includes: Curriculum book with activities and recipes.
Audience: Nutrition Educators, Children
Language: English
Description: Fast Foods was designed to help children between the ages of 11 and 14 develop basic cooking skills. Recipes generally require one hour or less, ingredients are inexpensive and easy to find, and preparation requires little or no prior cooking experience. The recipes are simple and are useful for children or experienced cooks.
Funding Source: Internal, University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension
Record  104  of   370New Search    
Title:Fast Foods! CD-ROM
Pub. date: 2008
Edition: 1st
Includes: CD-ROM
Audience: Nutrition Educators, child
Language: English
Description: The Fast Foods CD-Rom is an interactive companion piece to the Fast Foods! curriculum. It allows users to view video clips of food terminology and learn about ingredient substitution. It also offers a description of basic cooking utensils and cross references the Fast Foods manual to indicate the recipes that would use the described cooking utensil. The goal of this CD-ROM is to help consumers develop an understanding of basic food preparation techniques and terminology.
Funding Source: Internal, University of Nebraska Cooperative
Record  105  of   370New Search    
Title:Fight Foodborne Illness! A Food Safety Curriculum for Ages 14 and Over
Pub. date: June 2004
Includes: Binder contating lesson plans and transparencies
Audience: Multiple Audiences
Language: English
Description: “Fight Foodborne Illness: A Food Safety Curriculum for Ages 14 and Over” is a curriculum designed to provide food safety education to potential foodservice workers. This curriculum is comprised of six lessons:
  • “Food Safety: Why The Concern?”
  • “Good Personal Hygiene: Keep Your Hands Clean,”
  • “Preventing Cross Contamination,”
  • “Cleaning, Sanitizing, and Storing: Control Bacterial Growth,”
  • “The Importance of Good Temperature,” and
  • “Using HACCP to Achieve Food Safety.”
Included in the lessons are background information, a teaching guide, snack recipe, student activity, student fact sheet and transparencies. Not all lessons contain all of these components.

Note: This resource is no longer available for purchase. It can be borrowed from the National Agricultural Library.

Funding Source: Texas Cooperative Extension and TAMU Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
Record  106  of   370New Search    
Title:Fit and Fabulous as You Mature
Pub. date: March 2001, January 2003, Revised July 2007
Includes: Booklet
Audience: Older Adults, African American
Language: English
Description: Includes benefits of exercise, tips for moving more, food label information, healthy food preparation, eating out and serving sizes. A sample 1,600 calorie menu includes sensible serving sizes.
Record  107  of   370New Search    
Title:Flavors of My Kitchen Latino Cookbook
Pub. date: June 2012
Edition: 1st
Includes: Cookbook
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English, Spanish
Description: “This cookbook honors the culture, texture, and the rich flavors of Latino foods. These are authentic, regional recipes with a healthy twist. The cookbook also provides nutritional information, healthy tips, and serving sizes. This cook is meant to be inspirational, encouraging low-income Latino families to make healthy changes in their lives”
Funding Source: California Department of Public Health, Network for a Healthy California, USDA SNAP
Record  108  of   370New Search    
Title:Focus Groups: A Practical Guide for Applied Research
Pub. date: 2008
Edition: 4th
Includes: Book
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: Provides information on how to plan and conduct successful focus groups.
Record  109  of   370New Search    
Title:Food $ense - UT: Basics
Pub. date: 2011-2012
Audience: Parents, Children
Language: English
Description: Food $ense Basics is a series of lessons and handouts that provide participants with information on nutrition, food safety, and menu planning. These lessons, downloadable for free from the Food $ense Web site provide educators with tools to help participants gain a foundational understanding of food and nutrition.
Funding Source: USDA. FNS. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
Record  110  of   370New Search    
Title:Food $ense - UT: Fruits
Pub. date: 2011-2012
Includes: Series of 23 lessons
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: Food $ense Fruits is a series of lessons and handouts that provide a basic overview of specific fruits by month. Each lesson focuses on one individual fruit and covers all relevant aspects including selection, storage, health benefits, and cooking.
Funding Source: USDA. FNS. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
Record  111  of   370New Search    
Title:Food $ense - UT: Vegetables
Pub. date: 2011-2012
Includes: Series of 23 lessons
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: “The goal of the Food $ense Vegetables lesson series is to provide adults and older children with helpful information and demonstrations about selecting, preparing, cooking with, and storing vegetables. This basic knowledge may encourage families to include vegetables more often as a mainstay of family meals and snacks.”
Funding Source: USDA. FNS. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
Record  112  of   370New Search    
Title:Food $ense - UT: Cooks
Pub. date: 2011-2012
Includes: Series of 10 lessons
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: Food $ense Cooks is a series of lessons and handouts tha tprovide participants iwht the knowledge and skills necessary to prepare meals at home. These lessons, downloadable for free from the Food $ense Web site, give educators tools to hlep participants gain an understanding of kitchen basics that they can use to expand their cooking skills.
Funding Source: USDA. FNS. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
Record  113  of   370New Search    
Title:Food $ense - UT: Grains
Pub. date: 2011-2012
Includes: Series of 12 lessons.
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: The Food $ense Grains lesson series provides adults with helpful information and demonstrations about selecting, preparing, cooking with, and storing different grains.
Funding Source: USDA. FNS. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
Record  114  of   370New Search    
Title:Food 4 Thought Home-Study for Seniors
Pub. date: April 2005, July 2011
Includes: Six lesson series/newsletters
Audience: Older Adults
Language: English
Description: Food 4 Thought Home-Study is a four lesson series which covers nutrition topics for seniors. Each lesson includes nutrition information and low-cost, easy recipes so that the information learned can be applied. Lessons are printed in a larger font for easier reading. Each lesson has an accompanying worksheet.
Funding Source: FSNE
Record  115  of   370New Search    
Title:Food for Thought: FOOD QUOTES
Pub. date: Updated 5/2008
Includes: PowerPoint, online slideshow
Audience: Adults, Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: These food quotes are provided to use alone or together to add a touch of humor to presentations. The goal is to help start a discussion of how to eat in a way that is healthy and tastes good, too!
Funding Source: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Record  116  of   370New Search    
Title:Food Friends: Family Child Care Home Program
Pub. date: 2013
Edition: 2nd
Includes: One provider’s curriculum guide, a set of 8 puppets, 8 activity mats, 12 scarves, 10 placemats, 20 sheets of stickers, 8 bean bags, 9 music CDs with poster insert, a puzzle, a poster, 1 set of memory cards, and 1 paper pad.
Audience: Children, Parents, Preschool Children, Family Child Care Providers
Language: English, Spanish
Description: Combination nutrition and movement program for family child care homes.
Funding Source: Colorado Health Foundation
Record  117  of   370New Search    
Title:Food Friends: Fun with New Foods
Pub. date: 2013
Edition: 2nd
Includes: 8 puppets, teacher guide, set of activity cards, tote bag, poster, puzzle, sorting activity, 4 story books, 2 sets of memory cards, 3 paper pads, 20 placemats, 20 activity books, 20 trading cards
Audience: Children, Parents, Preschool Children, Preschool Teachers
Language: English, Spanish
Description: Nutrition program for preschools that teaches children to try new foods.
Funding Source: Colorado Health Foundation
Record  118  of   370New Search    
Title:Food Friends: Get Movin' With Mighty Moves
Pub. date: 2013
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Teacher guide, 1 rope, 9 activity cards, 21 music CDs with poster insert, 20 activity mats, 20 beanbags, 36 scarves, 15 balls, 20 Mighty Mover Certificates
Audience: Children, Parents, Preschool Children, Preschool Teachers
Language: English, Spanish
Description: 18-week physical activity educational program for preschools.
Funding Source: Colorado Health Foundation
Record  119  of   370New Search    
Title:Food Hero Social Marketing Campaign
Includes: Web site, recipes, newsletters, downloadable tip sheets, marketing materials
Audience: Adults, Parents, Hispanic Americans
Language: English, Spanish, newsletters in Vietnamese
Description: "Food Hero is a social marketing campaign designed to increase consumption of vegetables and fruits within the target audience of SNAP-eligible Oregon moms with kids living in their homes."
Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed; Oregon Department of Human Services SNAP; supplementary Oregon State University Extension Service Family and Community Health
Record  120  of   370New Search    
Title:Food Label Cards
Pub. date: 2010
Includes: 68 Cards
Audience: Multiple Audiences
Language: English, Spanish
Description: In this set of food label cards, each non-branded, full-color card displays a Nutrition Facts label, a photo of typical food packaging, and an ingredient list. These realistic food label cards, which are on 8 ½ x 11 card stock for easy sharing, include baby foods, candies, chips, combination foods, foods from the dairy group, drinks including energy drinks, fruits and vegetables, grains, and meat and beans. In addition, selected food cards include typical health claims and food safety/handling messages to familiarize audiences with this information.
Funding Source: USDA, SNAP-Ed
Record  121  of   370New Search    
Title:Food Preparation Manual
Pub. date: March 2009
Includes: Booklet
Audience: Multiple Audiences, adults, older adults, educators
Language: English, Spanish
Description: A 65 page booklet describing basic food preparation. Topics discussed within the booklet include MyPyramid, basic food and kitchen safety, cook's tools, measurements and abbreviations, cooking terms, functions or baking ingredients, food yields, ingredient substitutions, spices, stocking the pantry, fresh fruits and vegetables, cleaning dishes by hand, using a dishwasher, cleaning agents, microwave cooking, snack ideas, create-a-main dish, and quick and easy recipes.
Funding Source: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program SNAP. Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program EFNEP.
Record  122  of   370New Search    
Title:Food Safety
Pub. date: 2007
Includes: DVD-R
Audience: Adults, Hispanic, elder, Teenagers, Parent
Language: English and Spanish both included on one DVD.
Description: This video will demonstrate a variety of safe food-handling techniques including avoiding cross-contamination, properly washing fruits and vegetables, cooking all meats thoroughly, and keeping items properly chilled.

"Food Safety" is a single DVD, but is also available as part of the 5-part series, Food Basics. Food Basics also includes Family Fun, At Home in the Kitchen, Recipes Made Easy, and Shopping Smarts. This title was developed specifically for adult nutrition education for WIC and Extension programs.

Funding Source: Discovery Education
Record  123  of   370New Search    
Title:Food Safety -- What You Don't Know CAN Hurt You!
Pub. date: February 2007, slide show version March 2008
Includes: PowerPoint presentation, online slideshow and related handout
Audience: Adults, elder
Language: English
Description: This resource examines some common food safety myths and provides consequent nutrition facts.
Funding Source: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Record  124  of   370New Search    
Title:Food Safety at Home, School and When Eating Out
Pub. date: June 2001, Reprinted April 2008
Includes: Coloring book
Audience: Children, Young Children
Language: English
Description: Includes 2 activity pages and 10 coloring pages. The pages are full page drawings that can be printed out and colored with pencils or crayons, or colored on the computer if Java is installed. Includes 2 simple recipes that children can make.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture and the Chef and the Child Foundation
Record  125  of   370New Search    
Title:Food Safety for Seniors
Pub. date: 1997
Includes: Videocassette
Audience: Older Adults
Language: English
Description: This video depicts older consumers in the home, the grocery store, in restaurants and in Meals-On-Wheels delivery situations. Provides tips on food safety when eating out, purchasing, and home preparation. Also includes a discussion on hand washing.
Funding Source: American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
Record  126  of   370New Search    
Title:Food Safety Meat Models
Includes: Five food models of thawing meat and the bacteria that has formed on each over a specified period of time.
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults, Children, Older Adults
Description: These meat models include a set of five realistic looking containers of "raw meat" that have been left on the counter to thaw. Each model represents meat that has been left out at room temperature for a different amount of time, and the bacteria growing on that meat has been magnified to the size of a pea. The models are labeled with the number of bacteria they contain on the bottom of the model, from five bacteria on the meat straight from the refrigerator, to 1,280 bacteria after being left out for 2 hours. The meat models can be used to demonstrate how fast bacteria on raw meats can multiply if the meat is left out on the counter at room temperature.
Record  127  of   370New Search    
Title:Food Smarts: My Pyramid for Kids
Pub. date: 2006
Includes: DVD, also available as VHS
Audience: Children, Grades K-5, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: In this video, a group of campers discover the importance of eating right. Using the USDA MyPyramid food guidelines, they learn why some foods are better than others, see how exercise is an important part of any healthful eating plan, and what to do when a particular food makes them groan "yuck!" The video also includes teacher resources on the web and an interactive simulation.
Funding Source: Discovery Education
Record  128  of   370New Search    
Title:Food Wise Learn At Home Print Materials
Pub. date: 2000, 2003, 2006, 2014
Includes: Seven lessons in 11" x 17" booklet format
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: A series of behaviorally-focused nutrition lessons targeting people with low literacy and limited resources. Lessons are in a newsletter format and intended for self-taught nutrition education rather than a classroom setting. Topics relate to specific behavioral objectives and include fat modification, low-fat toppings, baking, fast food, increasing fruits and vegetables, juice consumption, and lead poisoning prevention. Each lesson has an introduction which states the purpose of the lesson on the first page, which is supported by the text and images on the following pages.
Funding Source: USDA Food Stamp Program
Record  129  of   370New Search    
Title:Food, Fat and Favorites
Pub. date: 2002
Includes: handout
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: This is a single page, double-sided handout that provides suggestions to lower the fat content of foods. Included in the handout is a comparison of common meats in terms of teaspoons of fat, encouragement for cutting back on meat on the plate and in dishes and increasing vegetables and starch, a comparison of two meals for fat content, again in terms of teaspoons of fat, a self assessment of fatty food intake, and four tips for lowering fat in meals. It includes contact information/addresses for New Hampshire Cooperative Extension Nutrition Connections Programs.
Funding Source: Food Stamp Nutrition Education, EFNEP
Record  130  of   370New Search    
Title:Foodborne Illness Can Cause More than a Stomach Ache: MyPyramid Food Safety Guidelines
Pub. date: Updated January 2007
Includes: PowerPoint presentation, online slideshow and related handout
Audience: Adults, elder
Language: English
Description: Avoiding unsafe foods is important for healthful eating. FoodBorne Illness Can Cause More than a Stomach Ache is a multimedia presentation that clarifies important food safety points encouraged in MyPyramid and the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2005.
Funding Source: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Record  131  of   370New Search    
Title:FRIDGE
Pub. date: 2007
Edition: 1st
Includes: Binder and Handouts
Audience: Parents, Children
Language: English
Description: The FRIDGE (Food Related Intergenerational Discussion Group Experiences) program aims to help family members of different generations to enhance their communication about food, learn more about food and nutrition and improve family eating habits through teamwork.

These goals are achieved through a 16-20 hour training program designed for a group of 4-8 families, with each family represented by one or more children of ages 10-15, their parents and, if available, their grandparents or other relatives in care giving roles. The curriculum includes a series of fun, hands-on activities that fit into the following three sections: Section 1: Enhancing family communication about food. Section 2: Learning together about food and nutrition. Section 3: Working as a team to improve family eating practices.

Record  132  of   370New Search    
Title:From Our Farms
Pub. date: 2006
Edition: 1st
Includes: Binder, CD, handouts
Audience: Children, Parents
Language: English
Description: “From our Farms” is an exciting curriculum that will help bring the topics of food, nutrition, and local agriculture to life for children. It is a compilation of fun, educational activities that use exploration and adventure to teach children about food, nutrition, and the farm. The program is ideally set at a local library, school, child care center, or a special workshop.

Key concepts include: all of the food we eat comes from the farm, some fruits and vegetables grow better in our region of the country, while others grow better in different areas, children and their families can be inspired to eat more fruit, vegetables, and low-fat dairy products when expose to them in a way that encourages exploration, adventure, and fun.

Funding Source: Rutgers Cooperative Extension, County of Gloucester, NJ Department of Agriculture, Delaware Valley Chapter of the Society of Nutrition Education
Record  133  of   370New Search    
Title:Fruit and Veggie Quantity Recipe Cookbook
Pub. date: 2009, Revised 2011
Edition: 2
Includes: Recipes
Audience: Multiple Audiences
Language: English
Description: This cookbook includes 30 fruit and vegetable based recipes that have been expanded to serve 25, 50 and 100 people. Family-size versions of all recipes are also included. Recipes are low in fat, saturated fat, sodium and added sugars, and contain no trans fats.
Funding Source: New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Record  134  of   370New Search    
Title:Fruit It Up
Pub. date: 2000
Includes: handout
Audience: Adults, staff, child
Language: English
Description: This one-page handout provides 8 tips, in checklist format, for adding fruit to everyday meals.
Funding Source: USDA
Record  135  of   370New Search    
Title:Fruit, Vegetable, and Physical Activity Toolbox for Community Educators
Pub. date: 2008
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Complete kit containing nutrition and physical activity lessons, handouts, poster, produce guide, playing cards, media disc, discussion guide, small pamphlets and learning tools
Audience: Adults
Language: English, Spanish
Description: The Fruit, Vegetable, and Physical Activity Toolbox was created to help community educators teach SNAP-Ed eligible adults about eating the recommended amounts of fruits and vegetables and enjoying physical activity every day. Each item in the Toolbox was tested with the SNAP-Ed eligible community to make sure it meets their learning needs. Toolboxes can be ordered at cost, plus freight/handling, and sales tax at www.championsforchangematerials.net.
Funding Source: California Department of Public Health, Network for a Healthy California, USDA Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
Record  136  of   370New Search    
Title:Fruits & Veggies—More Matters™
Pub. date: March 2007
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Web site
Audience: Parents, Children, adult
Language: English
Description: To encourage Americans to eat more fruits and vegetables, the Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH) offers the public health initiative, Fruits & Veggies—More Matters™. In simple, user-friendly ways, the Fruits & Veggies—More Matters™ health initiative offers expert cooking advice, nutrition information and shopping tips. The program features an interactive Web site with activities and ideas for getting children involved and gives consumers the opportunity to share their own easy and fun serving ideas by submitting them online.
Funding Source: The Produce for Better Health Foundation and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Record  137  of   370New Search    
Title:Fruits and Vegetables Activity Books: "Eating Fruits and Vegetables" and "Growing Fruits and Vegetables"
Pub. date: 2002, 2006
Includes: Coloring Booklet
Audience: Children, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: This activity booklet may be used as a coloring book or as a story book to encourage five fruits and vegetables each day. Lessons may be used alone or as an accompaniment to lessons on topics such as 5 a Day, nutrition, health, farming, plant growth, gardening, or cooking. Suggested settings are in schools, Head Start, WIC, Health fairs, waiting rooms, farmers market, or Extension offices.
Funding Source: Yummy Designs
Record  138  of   370New Search    
Title:Fruits and Vegetables by Color Posters
Pub. date: 2011
Includes: Poster
Audience: Multiple Audiences
Language: English
Description: This set includes 5 Posters displaying photographs and names of fruits and vegetables in color categories including red, orange/yellow, green, blue/purple, and white/brown.
Funding Source: Learning ZoneXpress
Record  139  of   370New Search    
Title:Garden Heroes Activities
Pub. date: 2012
Edition: 1st
Includes: Activity Book
Audience: Children, Preschool, Elementary, Kindergarten, Pre-K
Language: English
Description: “Grow a love for fruits and vegetables in young children with this activity book. It's packed full of nutrition education information and education-rich activities, featuring all 35 different fruit and vegetable Garden Heroes®.”
Funding Source: Learning ZoneXpress
Record  140  of   370New Search    
Title:Gather at the Table (Cookbook)
Pub. date: 2005
Edition: 1st
Includes: Cookbook
Audience: Multiple Audiences, adult, parent, elder, families
Language: English
Description: This 5.5” by 8.5” spiral bound cookbook is designed to provide quick, easy and cheap recipes for people on a tight budget. In addition to 60 recipes for everything from breads to wild game, the book contains tips for people to improve nutritional habits and increase physical activity.
Record  141  of   370New Search    
Title:Geriatric Nutrition: The Health Professional's Handbook
Pub. date: 2006
Edition: 3rd
Includes: Textbook
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: "Geriatric Nutrition: The Health Professional's Handbook, Third Edition, offers you an authoritative reference to help you understand the role of nutrition in the maintenance of health, the management of chronic conditions, and the treatment of serious illness. The Third Edition of this best-selling text provides a comprehensive review of nutritional assessment, intervention programs for the elderly, and health promotion activities. Contributors are experts in the field and provide recent information and perspectives. Addresses the relationship among physiologic aging, nutrition, and disease. Examines the impact of aging on the organ system."
Record  142  of   370New Search    
Title:Germs on the Run
Pub. date: September 1999, updated August 2007
Includes: Coloring sheet
Audience: Children, Preschool, Kindergarten, Elementary
Language: English
Description: Includes a short song to be sung while washing hands and hand washing instructions.
Funding Source: International Food Safety Council
Record  143  of   370New Search    
Title:Get Cooking 1
Pub. date: May 2010
Edition: 1st
Includes: Curriculum
Audience: Children, teenagers
Language: English
Description: This fun, hands-on course introduces children and teens to the importance of eating in a healthy and safe way. Each two-hour class includes a formal lesson followed by hands-on food preparation and tasting session--which together provide a basic overview to preparing and enjoying nutritious seasonal food.

Price varies depending on non-profit, profit, government agencies.

Funding Source: Self-funded by author.
Record  144  of   370New Search    
Title:Get Cooking 2
Pub. date: May 2010
Edition: 1st
Includes: Curriculum
Audience: Children, teenagers
Language: English
Description: This fun, hands-on course introduces children and teens to the different food groups as defined by the U.S. food and drug administration's MyPyramid. By the end of the program, participants they will have an understanding of each food groups and know how to determine serving portions and count calories.

Price varies depending on non-profit, profit, government agencies.

Funding Source: Self-funded by author.
Record  145  of   370New Search    
Title:Get Fresh! presents Cooking for the HEALTH of it!
Pub. date: 2008
Edition: 1st
Includes: DVD
Audience: Adults, staff, Hispanic, Native American
Language: English, Spanish subtitles available
Description: “The Get Fresh! cooking show is back! We hope that by making small changes, you and your family will lower your risk for developing the diseases we pay special attention to in this DVD. Our recipes focus on the body’s daily nutritional and physical needs defined on www.mypyramid.gov, and are geared toward pleasing even the pickiest eater. Grab a seat and get ready to get healthier, get fit, get active, get smart, and Get Fresh!”
Funding Source: USDA Food Stamp Program and Chickasaw Nation.
Record  146  of   370New Search    
Title:Get With a Safe Food Attitude: What Moms-to-Be Need To Know About Safe Food Handling
Pub. date: 1995
Includes: Videocassette
Audience: Pregnant/breastfeeding
Language: English
Description: The video follows four pregnant women, who make up the fictional rap group "The 2-B Moms," as they learn about food safety. Consists of nine 5 minute segments (mixture of short skits and music "videos") which may be viewed individually or as a group. Covers the following topics: shopping, food storage, serving food on the go, leftovers & reheating, pregnancy-specific issues, safely feeding your baby, and diaper changing. Resource is available to borrow from the National Agricultural Library, but is no longer available for purchase from distributor.
Funding Source: US Department of Agriculture
Record  147  of   370New Search    
Title:Good Food TV
Pub. date: 08/2013
Edition: 1st
Includes: DVD
Audience: Parents, Children
Language: English, Spanish
Description: “The ‘Good Food TV’ video offers low-cost meal and snack ideas and is designed to reach potential and current CalFresh recipients. The video was created in an effort to increase self-efficacy and family change behaviors.”
Funding Source: USDA. FNS. SNAP-Ed.
Record  148  of   370New Search    
Title:Got Dirt?
Pub. date: February 2005
Edition: 1st
Includes: booklet
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: Got Dirt? Is a “garden toolkit” providing step-by-step plans on how to implement school, community and childcare gardens to help increase consumption of fruits and vegetables among children, adolescents and adults.
Funding Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of Obesity Prevention Grant
Record  149  of   370New Search    
Title:Grains are for Brains
Pub. date: 2004, updated 2007
Includes: PowerPoint presentation, PDF handouts and two posters
Audience: Multiple Audiences, adult
Language: English
Description: Designed to encourage consumption of more whole grains, this lesson kit includes 2 posters, 20 pages of handouts, and a 51 slide PowerPoint show on CD. Targeted to a general audience, the objectives include learning the difference between whole and refined grains, learning how to prepare whole grain foods and incorporating more in the diet, and learning how to shop for whole grains.

A leader and activity guide, and a final quiz are also provided. Handout topics include "Whole Grain FAQ", "Grains for Brains" which discuses benefits of whole grains to healthy, and "Cook’s Notes for Whole Grains" which provides information on barley, brown rice, bulgur, buckwheat, corn, couscous, millet, oats, quinoa, teff, and whole wheat products. The 18 recipes include Apple Teff Muffins, Bulgur Tabouli, Oatmeal Pancakes, and Whole Wheat Brownies.

Record  150  of   370New Search    
Title:Grow It, Try It, Like It!
Pub. date: Slightly Revised March 2014
Includes: Seven booklets including three fruits and vegetables with activities
Audience: Children, Elementary School, Preschool, Kindergarten
Language: English
Description: Grow It, Try It, Like It! Nutrition Education Kit Featuring MyPlate is a garden-themed nutrition education kit for child care center staff that introduces children to: three fruits - peaches, strawberries, and cantaloupe, and three vegetables - spinach, sweet potatoes, and crookneck squash. The kit includes seven booklets featuring fruits and vegetables with fun activities through the imaginary garden at Tasty Acres Farm! It also has a CD-ROM with Supplemental Information and a DVD with Cool Puppy Pup's Picnic and Lunch Parties. Each set of lessons contains: hands-on activities, planting activities, and nutrition education activities that introduce MyPlate. Use the kit to promote learning at home with fun parent/child activities and family-sized recipes that give tips for cooking with children.
Funding Source: Team Nutrition, United States Department of Agriculture
Record  151  of   370New Search    
Title:Growing Food
Pub. date: 2007
Includes: Curriculum book
Audience: Children, Middle School, Elementary School
Language: English
Description: This 4th to 6th grade curriculum book explores the food production system, with an emphasis on teaching students how food is grown. Developed by educators at Teachers College, Columbia University, and the National Gardening Association, Growing Food is the first module in the Linking Food and the Environment (LiFE) curriculum series. The curriculum includes 20 teacher lesson plans (divided into 5 units), background information, teaching tips, and tools for assessment; student activity sheets and readings. Students are involved through hands on experiments and activities.
Funding Source: Teachers College Columbia University and the National Gardening Association
Record  152  of   370New Search    
Title:Growing Healthy Habits
Pub. date: January 2010
Edition: 1st
Includes: complete curriculum
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: Growing Healthy Habits is a gardening and nutrition education curriculum for elementary aged youth. This resource focuses on integrating nutrition into the classroom through gardening and scripted lessons that meet science, language arts, social studies, health and math objectives.
Funding Source: SNAP-Ed
Record  153  of   370New Search    
Title:Handwashing: Germs Are Everywhere Teaching Kit
Pub. date: 2010
Includes: Germs Are Not for Sharing storybook; lesson plan book for teachers; “Simon Says Wash Your Hands” game cards; CD which includes activity sheets, stickers, bulletin board, and many fun activities.
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: Students learn the importance of proper handwashing, how to wash their hands, and important times to wash their hands. The curriculum is designed to be a reinforcement of proper handwashing to reduce the spread of infection and disease.
Funding Source: Nutrition in Action
Record  154  of   370New Search    
Title:Harvest of the Month
Pub. date: 2005, updated in 2011
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Tool Kit
Audience: Parents, Children, Pre-K - 12th Grade
Language: English, Spanish
Description: Harvest of the Month is a toolkit that provides the tools and resources to give students hands-on opportunities to explore, taste and learn about the importance of eating fruits and vegetables. The overall goal of the toolkit is to provide knowledge-and skill-based strategies that are:
  • Standardized
  • Replicable
  • Cost-effective, and
  • Convenient

These strategies are designed to motivate and empower students to increase consumption and enjoyment of a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables and engage in physical activity every day."

Funding Source: USDA. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
Record  155  of   370New Search    
Title:Have Your Cake & EAT It Too! (PDF | 9,657KB)
Pub. date: Revised 4/2007
Includes: PowerPoint slides
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: Teach participants how to meet MyPyramid recommendations AND have enough calories left over for "extras" with this PowerPoint presentation, "Have Your Cake & Eat It, Too!"
Funding Source: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Record  156  of   370New Search    
Title:Health Literacy Videos
Pub. date: 2007, 2001
Includes: Video
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: Included as part of its Health Literacy Kits, the American Medical Association Foundation has created informational and instructional videos with case studies. The 2001 video, "Low health literacy: You can't tell by looking," features actual physicians and office staff interacting with real patients challenged by low health literacy. The 2007 video, "Health literacy and patient safety: Help patients understand," gives more detailed techniques and specific steps for physicians and their staff on helping patients with limited health literacy. Both videos can be viewed in their entirety online.
Record  157  of   370New Search    
Title:Healthy Baby, Healthy Me
Pub. date: September 2011
Edition: 1st
Includes: Curriculum containing marketing materials, a teacher's guide, a program survey, certificates of completion, and four lesson plans with handouts.
Audience: Pregnant/breastfeeding
Language: English, Spanish
Description: Healthy Baby, Healthy Me is a free, downloadable food safety curriculum in English or Spanish that can be taught by nutrition educators as a stand-alone four-part food safety lesson series or used to integrate key food safety concepts into established nutrition education programs targeting pregnant women. Included are four lesson plans, slides that can be projected or used as flip charts, a teacher's guide, participant handouts, class activities, evaluation and advertising materials. This collaborative effort between Extension researchers from The Ohio State University and Colorado State University was supported with funds by a USDA-National Integrated Food Safety Initiative.
Record  158  of   370New Search    
Title:Healthy Eating for Older Adults
Pub. date: not dated
Includes: Handout
Audience: Adults, Elderly
Language: English
Description: Addresses the preparation of quick and inexpensive meals, hydration, lactose intolerance, chewing difficulties and appetite.
Funding Source: Food Stamp Program
Record  159  of   370New Search    
Title:Healthy Latino Recipes Made with Love Cookbook
Pub. date: 2008
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Spiral bound recipe book
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Hispanic, Elderly, Adult
Language: English, Spanish
Description: This cookbook “features the zesty flavors and enticing aromas of healthy Latino cooking.” Recipes are “family favorites that use a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables, while keeping the amount of fat, added sugars, and sodium per serving within healthy guidelines.” Also includes a guide to seasonal fruits and vegetables, recommended fruits and vegetables broken down by age/gender and measurement conversion chart.
Funding Source: California Department of Public Health, Network for a Healthy California, USDA SNAP
Record  160  of   370New Search    
Title:Healthy Lifestyle Web Page for Parents
Pub. date: 2006
Edition: 1
Includes: Web site
Audience: Parents, adults
Language: English
Description: The new Healthy Lifestyle web page provides parents and other caregivers with tools for healthy living including tasty, low cost menus and recipes that meet the new food guidelines. The web page has a handy Calorie Burner Chart, the MyPyramid Tracker, and the EatSmart. Play Hard. tracking Card. Food and Nutrition Service developed these resources to help parents make the MyPyramid guidance a part of their daily lives and set a good example for kids.
Funding Source: USDA, Food and Nutrition Service
Record  161  of   370New Search    
Title:Healthy Lifestyles Training
Pub. date: 2008
Edition: 1st
Includes: Educator training program available online, in print or on CD-ROM.
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: “This program was created by Colorado’s Team Nutrition to help instruct educators about healthy lifestyle choices for their own lives so they can lead their students by example. Calorie control, portion control, and physical activity are all examined as well as a deeper look into whole grains and low fat dairy products. Many helpful hints for making simple lifestyle changes are given as well as activities to help encourage creativity and learning about healthy living.”
Funding Source: Team Nutrition/United States Department of Agriculture
Record  162  of   370New Search    
Title:Healthy Weight Awareness Campaign Digitial Photo Receiver Slides
Pub. date: February 2010
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: Six sets of slides from the Healthy Weight Awareness Campaign were developed for use in digital photo receivers (DPRs) that are displayed in DHHS offices. Topics include breakfast, whole grains, fruits and vegetables, 3-a-Day dairy, food resource management and physical activity. Related tip sheets are also available for the target audience to take home from the DHHS offices.
Record  163  of   370New Search    
Title:Heart Healthy Home Cooking African American Style
Pub. date: 2008
Includes: Booklet
Audience: Adults, African American
Language: English
Description: This recipe book brings together many favorite African American recipes. It includes tested recipes that show how to reduce saturated fat, cholesterol, salt, and sodium and still have great-tasting food. A tip on how the recipe was modified is included for each recipe. Recipes are grouped as follows: Breads, Vegetables and Side Dishes; Main Dishes; and Beverage and Desserts. Recipes include Spicy Southern Barbecued Chicken, Classic Macaroni and Cheese and Sweet Potato Pie.
Funding Source: National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute
Record  164  of   370New Search    
Title:History of American Food Guides
Pub. date: 2012
Edition: 1st
Includes: Laminated Posters
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Child, Adult, Elder
Language: English
Description: “Explore a visual history of USDA food and dietary guidance from 1894 to today. Take a closer look at the roots of American nutrition guidance from simple meal planning guides from the early 20th century to today’s MyPlate, with stops at food wheels, flow charts, and pyramids along the way.”
Funding Source: Learning ZoneXpress
Record  165  of   370New Search    
Title:Hitting for Home Plate!
Pub. date: September 2006
Includes: PowerPoint, online slideshow and handouts
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults, Children, Teenagers
Language: English
Description: “Hitting for Home Plate” is an computer-based interactive baseball game on naturally nutrient-rich foods. The game is presented in a PowerPoint format, and takes the audience through 9 innings of baseball -- complete with strikes and home runs -- to teach about "naturally nutrient-rich" foods. Clicking on the arrows on each picture will allow participants (“players”) to either "strike" or hit a "home run!"
Funding Source: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Record  166  of   370New Search    
Title:How to Get Food Help
Pub. date: February 2011
Edition: 1st
Includes: Consumer brochure and presentation
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults, Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: "How To Get Food Help is a low literacy, clear language brochure targeted at consumers who may be new to navigating social services and assistance applications."
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service
Record  167  of   370New Search    
Title:How to Teach Nutrition to Kids
Pub. date: 2006, 2012
Edition: 4th
Includes: Book
Audience: Nutrition Educators, Food/Nutrition Professionals, Parents
Language: English
Description: How to Teach Nutrition to Kids promotes the positive, fun side of healthful eating and physical activity. Packed with ideas that empower children to evaluate nutrition information, make smart food choices and creatively prepare food, How to Teach Nutrition to Kids effectively integrates nutrition into multiple areas of a child's life. Step-by-step instructions are given for over 200 activities featuring children's books, gardening, recipes, food art, label reading, fitness and more. Parents, educators and others involved in the lives of children will welcome the hands-on nature of this recently revised book.”
Record  168  of   370New Search    
Title:In Plain Language
Pub. date: not dated
Includes: Videocassette (VHS), pamphlet
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: Provides information for medical and public health professionals on health literacy and its impact on public health and medicine. Addresses the wording on building signs, readability of forms and how literacy affects communication. Includes testimonials from adults with limited reading skills. A pamphlet lists discussion points.
Funding Source: Pfizer Corporation and the Educational Research and Development Centers Program, US Department of Education
Record  169  of   370New Search    
Title:Inspiring Youth, Growing Change
Pub. date: December 2011
Edition: 1st
Includes: Report
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: “The Network for a Healthy California initiated this report to learn more about the impacts, successes, and challenges of the Youth Engagement Initiative (YEI), which began in 2006. A primary goal of this report is to document changes resulting from the local projects, from the youth in the project to the built environment.”
Funding Source: USDA. FNS. SNAP-Ed.
Record  170  of   370New Search    
Title:Instant Recess DVD and Users Guide
Pub. date: May 2008
Edition: First
Includes: DVD and guide book
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: The Instant Recess DVD features a ten minute physical activity break that can be used anytime and anywhere. If you need help getting youth energized during the day or just want to have some fun while being active, Instant Recess is for you. All that is needed is space to move around, comfortable clothing, and an "I can" attitude.
Funding Source: California Department of Health, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program,
Professional Athletes Council, UCLA School of Public Health
Record  171  of   370New Search    
Title:Janey Junkfood's Fresh Adventure!
Pub. date: March 2008
Edition: 1
Includes: Children's Book
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: This enchanting new children’s book is designed to help kids get off the junk food track and make good eating great fun! In a colorful scrap-book style layout, readers follow Ace Food Detective, Tobe Fit, as she discovers the missing ingredient to Janey’s juggling success – healthy eating habits.
Record  172  of   370New Search    
Title:Join the Fruit & Vegetable Party!
Pub. date: 2000, updated 2012
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Spiral-Bound Booklet
Audience: Multiple Audiences, children, teenagers
Language: English
Description: “This book is designed as a resource for teachers, health professionals, nutritionists or parents. The activities are appropriate for children to seniors, in school, hospital or community settings. The book offers practical, effective and fun activities for teaching an emphasis on fruits and vegetables in the diet. The main message is ‘Make half your plate fruits and vegetables’, correlated with the MyPlate guidelines.”
Funding Source: self-funded
Record  173  of   370New Search    
Title:Jump Into Foods and Fitness
Pub. date: 2006
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Manual
Audience: Children, Elementary School
Language: English
Description: In this hands-on, Experiential Learning model-based curriculum, “JIFF (Jump into Foods and Fitness) the Joey”, a kangaroo, sets the stage for youth ages 8 to 11 (grades 3 to 5) to learn about the importance of nutrition, increased physical activity, and food safety. The spiral-bound program book contains eight "Kangaroo Jumps" (sessions) designed for use in 60- to 90-minute meetings, although the individual activities can also stand alone. Family education is included in the form of reproducible take home newsletters. Written for use by adults, including volunteers, and older youths, the book includes a program summary, facilitator background on child learning, youth development, tips for working with children, and adapting JIFF materials for a variety of settings, as well as general implementation information, eight detailed lesson plans with copy-ready handout/templates, and a resource list. Each individual session includes objectives and learning life skills, background basics for fitness and nutrition for the facilitator, icebreakers and "Attention Getters", several learning activities with summary/reflection guides and reproducible handouts, snack and activity suggestions, family newsletter and additional resources, including web links. A supplementary website is available at http://msue.anr.msu.edu/programs/jump_into_foods_and_fitness_jiff/ for additional resources and for families, staff, educators, volunteers, and for youth.

NOTE: This review has been adapted from a previous version. Curriculum content should now reflect MyPyramid for Kids recommendations.

Funding Source: USDA Food and Nutrition Services, Michigan Family Independence Agency, Michigan State University
Record  174  of   370New Search    
Title:Keep Food Safe
Pub. date: 2004
Edition: 2
Includes: Book or CD
Audience: Multiple Audiences
Language: English and Spanish
Description: This five lesson curriculum, published by the Ohio State University Extension, is designed to teach those who prepare food at home. Each lesson can be taught as a 5 minute mini-lesson or a 1 hour full lesson. The lessons are self contained and can be used individually or as part of a series. They are available in English and Spanish. The curriculum is available either in print or as a CD.
Funding Source: Ohio State University Extension
Record  175  of   370New Search    
Title:Key Facts about California Teens, 2010: Creating Change With Youth Voice
Pub. date: 04/2014
Edition: 1st
Includes: Fact sheet
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: “The Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention Branch (NEOPB) creates innovative partnerships that empower low-income Californians to increase fruit and vegetable consumption, physical activity, and food security with the goal of preventing obesity and other diet-related chronic diseases. The NEOPB surveys randomly-selected teens (age 12-17) across California by phone every two years through the California Teen Eating, Exercise and Nutrition Survey (CalTEENS). These key facts from the 2010 CalTEENS highlight barriers faced by California’s teens to achieving a healthy lifestyle as well as promising opportunities for intervention."
Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed
Record  176  of   370New Search    
Title:Kid Chef and the Clean Kitchen Crew
Pub. date: 2001
Includes: Web site
Audience: Children, Elementary School, Middle School
Language: English
Description: This is an interactive, multimedia food safety education program which addresses food handling in the home. Animation, images, audio, video, text, and music are all utilized in this CD. The program is designed for use in school curricula, nutrition education programs, club/scouting or home settings. If used in a school setting this program may be appropriate for use in science, family and consumer science and social studies classes.

Content is divided into 4 chapters including: Chapter One: Introduction to food safety: "What is food safety and why should you learn it?" Chapter Two: Hand washing: "It’s importance and getting really clean hands". Chapter Three: Bacteria Meanies "Meet the ‘bad guys’ that make you sick". Chapter Four: Doing it Right "Guidelines for proper food handling in your own kitchen". The first chapter is sub-divided into three segments making six stand alone sections. Segments may be completed in 10 to 30 minutes and it is recommended that each child complete one section at a time at his or her own pace though sharing a computer is optional for collaborative work. Questions aren’t scored but feedback is provided for all answers.

Funding Source: Kansas State University Family Nutrition Program, USDA and Social Rehabilitation Services
Record  177  of   370New Search    
Title:Kids a Cookin'
Pub. date: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
Edition: 2004
Includes: 12 volumes in DVD or VHS format
Audience: Children, Elementary School, , Middle School
Language: Recipes are in English or Spanish
Description: The videos in this curriculum use a cooking show style to feature 95 recipes prepared by an adult facilitator with rotating child helpers in each video clip. Recipes include breakfast items, snacks, beverages, main courses and desserts. Viewers may choose to see one recipe or all in a continuum. Each recipe includes three pictures on the screen: a picture of the finished product, the actual preparation of the recipe as well as a list of ingredients and instructions that appear in order as they are used. A rating scale (a graphic of a scale is shown) is used to show the degree of difficulty from easy/medium/hard. Recipe preparation ends with a related tip like food safety (not eating batter with eggs), utensil or equipment use (microwaves/blenders), cooking (temperatures) or nutrition (main nutrients provided) to teach children additional knowledge. Phone numbers and Web site information is included in each recipe.

VHS Videos available to borrow from NAL collection. No longer available for purchase, but available for online viewing.

Funding Source: USDA's Food Stamp Program through a contract awarded by the Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services.
Record  178  of   370New Search    
Title:Kids a Cookin' & Movin'
Pub. date: 10/05
Edition: First
Includes: DVD
Audience: Children
Language: English and Spanish
Description: This interactive DVD includes 4 lessons, 8 recipes and several video clips, including tips and techniques, and video tours. All of the clips and lessons feature children preparing food, doing physical activity and learning about food safety.

DVD is available to borrow from NAL Collection but no longer available for purchase. Videos are available to view online.

Funding Source: USDA's Food Stamp Program through a contract awarded by the Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilation Services
Record  179  of   370New Search    
Title:Kids in the Kitchen
Pub. date: February 2006, updated 2012
Includes: Summer Curriculum
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: This nutrition and cooking program encourages kids to eat healthy meals and snacks by providing them with hands on learning experiences that teach them how to prepare food. Curriculum is appropriate for children aged six to fifteen years and has been updated to reflect MyPlate guidelines and standards. Topics such as basic cooking skills, good nutrition, healthy food choices, food safety and physical activity are included.
Funding Source: University of Missouri Extension and USDA's Food Stamp Program
Record  180  of   370New Search    
Title:Kids MyPlate Poster
Pub. date: 2011
Includes: Poster
Audience: Children, Elementary School
Language: English, Spanish
Description: This colorful poster conveys the MyPlate messages for young children. Photographs of various foods are featured in each of the MyPlate categories and friendly graphics of jump roping fruits and hula hooping vegetables accent this poster to support the idea of physical activity complementing a healthy diet.
Funding Source: Learning ZoneXpress
Record  181  of   370New Search    
Title:Kids...Get Cookin'! Fast and Fun Recipes
Pub. date: December 2012
Edition: 3rd
Includes: cookbook
Audience: Parents, Children, Elementary School
Language: English, Spanish
Description: Recipes in this cookbook are designed to help kids meet their daily fruit and vegetable goals. All of the recipes have at least 1/2 cup of fruits or vegetables in each serving, are made from low-fat milk products and whole grains, and are low in fat, cholesterol, and sodium.
Funding Source: USDA. FNS. SNAP-Ed
Record  182  of   370New Search    
Title:La Quinceañera de Elisa
Pub. date: 2008
Edition: 1st
Includes: online videos
Audience: Adults, Hispanic, Teenagers, Older Adults, High School, Junior High School
Language: Spanish with English subtitles
Description: This is a telenovela developed to encourage low income Hispanic families to adopt healthy lifestyle behaviors. It is comprised of eight 60 second episodes initially designed to play as PSA inserts on T.V. It is currently available on the K-State Kids a Cookin' Web site (http://www.kidsacookin.org/Site.aspx?page=Elisa). It is also available on You-Tube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j600MBc7PHY).
Funding Source: United Methodist Health Ministries Innovation Fund grant USDA SNAP-Ed
Record  183  of   370New Search    
Title:Latino Fast and Healthy Breakfast Ideas
Pub. date: 09/2013
Edition: 1st
Includes: Booklet
Audience: Parents, Children
Language: English, Spanish
Description: "Make a breakfast in just a few minutes with these time-saving tips and delicious recipes!"
Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed
Record  184  of   370New Search    
Title:Let's Play "FOOD" Ball
Pub. date: 2006, slightly updated in April 2007
Includes: PowerPoint slides
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults and children ages 6 and up
Language: English
Description: "FOOD" Ball is an interactive PowerPoint that teaches the basic points about MyPyramid through a series of questions that correspond to quarters in a football game. There are lively animations accompanying cheers, sounds of missed balls, and balls flying through the air. It is highly visual and includes a brief coach's tip after each play.
Funding Source: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Record  185  of   370New Search    
Title:Let's Play ... FOOD: Keep or Toss?
Pub. date: March 2007
Includes: PowerPoint, related handout and online slideshow
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults, Elderly
Language: English
Description: "Keep or Toss" is a presentation that can be used as an online game or as part of a class on food safety. Visual cues are given so people can play it by themselves in such situations as health fairs, independent study, etc.
Funding Source: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Record  186  of   370New Search    
Title:Lily Does Lunch: Nutrition at Noon
Pub. date: 1998
Includes: Videocassette
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: Discusses the importance of eating a balanced, nutritious lunch and addresses the obstacles to doing so. Provides practical suggestions on how to plan, purchase and prepare a healthy lunch on a budget. Includes tips on choosing low-fat foods in fast-food establishments and making food "ready-to-eat" to increase the likelihood that it will be eaten.
Record  187  of   370New Search    
Title:Lose a Million Bacteria Game
Pub. date: Spring, 2000, updated 2013
Includes: Game
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: An interactive food safety game based on the popular TV game show, "Who wants to be a millionaire?" Contestants start with one million bacteria and try to get to zero.
Record  188  of   370New Search    
Title:Loving Your Family Feeding Their Future: Nutrition Education through the Food Stamp Program
Pub. date: June 2007
Edition: 1st
Includes: Homepage
Audience: Parents, hispanic
Language: English, participant materials available in Spanish
Description: Loving Your Family Feeding Their Future: Nutrition Education Through the Food Stamp Program is an initiative of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service (FNS). This project provides educational and promotional materials and techniques to help nutrition educators in their work with Food Stamp Program (FSP) participants and eligibles. The client materials are specifically targeted and designed for English and Spanish speaking women with children ages 2 through 18. They are written in simple, easy to read language appropriate for a fifth grade level reader. Other nutrition assistance programs could use these materials with similar audiences.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service
Record  189  of   370New Search    
Title:Low-Income Californians with Access to Produce in Their Home, School, Work, and Community Environments Eat More Fruits and Vegetables
Pub. date: 06/2013
Edition: 1st
Includes: Brief
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: "This brief presents differences in fruit and vegetable intake among low-income children, teens, and adults from households receiving CalFresh based on their access to fruits and vegetables where they live, work, learn, and play. Effective strategies to improve access to fresh, healthy foods in these areas may improve the health of low-income Californians."
Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed
Record  190  of   370New Search    
Title:Make It At Home
Pub. date: 6/2004, updated 2011
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Fact sheets
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: This resource compares the cost of eating restaurant and/or take-out foods with the cost of preparing similar meals at home.
Funding Source: Suplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) and Extended Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP)
Record  191  of   370New Search    
Title:Make Time for Family Fun!
Pub. date: July 2007
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Brochure
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults, Parents, Children, Low income households
Language: English
Description: This brochure, from the Healthy Weight Awareness Campaign, lists tips to encourage children to be active instead of watching TV or playing video games – “Watch less, do more.” It includes 16 ideas for gift certificates for increasing physical activity to give to your family.
Funding Source: (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service funds for Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE)
Record  192  of   370New Search    
Title:Making the Most of Your Microwave
Pub. date: 2005
Includes: CD Rom and printable booklet
Audience: Multiple Audiences
Language: English
Description: This is a basic handbook of how to cook with a microwave. It includes a variety of tips for microwave use and easy, inexpensive and nutritious recipes designed for use with low income clients. It is available on a CD and can be printed as a 31 page booklet.
Funding Source: Eat Smart New York, FSNE
Record  193  of   370New Search    
Title:Making Your Food Dollars Work
Pub. date: April 2009
Edition: 1st
Includes: curriculum binder, CD with handouts, recipes, grocery store photos
Audience: Multiple Audiences, adult, elder, parent, Hispanic
Language: English, handouts and recipes available in English and Spanish
Description: A four lesson curriculum to help adults get the most from the money they spend on food.
Funding Source: Family Nutrition Program, Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service in partnership with Indiana Family & Social Services Administration and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Record  194  of   370New Search    
Title:Managing Your Food Money
Pub. date: January 2000, updated 2010
Includes: Lesson plan, play money, pretend Food Stamp coupons and EBT cards.
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: An envelope is used to keep family money set aside for food. In the activity, small groups use this "envelope method" to keep track of a cash and Food Stamps (paper or electronic) allotted for food. "Shopping cards" give various situations in which the groups must decide when the food money/Food Stamps should be used to purchase food and non-food items. Discussion questions are also included.
Record  195  of   370New Search    
Title:Maximizing the Message: Helping Moms and Kids Make Healthier Food Choices
Pub. date: January 2009
Includes: Guidebook, core nutrition messages, supporting content, implementation guidance, PowerPoint and PDF summary, flyer
Audience: Parents, Children, Mothers
Language: English
Description: "Maximizing the Message: Helping Moms and Kids Make Healthier Food Choices" includes 16 audience-tested nutrition messages and supporting content that address important dietary behaviors influencing the health of low-income mothers and children.

Key Features of the messages and supporting content:

  • Development was guided by a workgroup of internal and external experts in nutrition education, communication and the FNS programs.
  • The messages and supporting content are based on findings from 30 focus-groups conducted with low-income mothers and children, over half of whom were participating in FNS programs.
  • The messages are accurate, easy-to-read and emotionally based.

Use the messages, supporting content and guidance to expand and enhance current education activities, support new food package policies and facilitate development of new initiatives. The messages are consistent with the 2005 Dietary Guidelines and MyPyramid and support program-based nutrition education as well as cross-program education initiatives such as those outlined in the State Nutrition Action Plans.

Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service
Record  196  of   370New Search    
Title:Meals in Minutes: Meal Planning
Pub. date: 2008
Includes: 1 DVD and printable handout for review
Audience: Adults, Grade 6 - Adult, Elderly, Parents
Language: English
Description: "Follow comedian Stevie Ray as he explains the steps of meal planning while he prepares a simple chicken noodle soup from leftovers." This DVD teaches the basics of meal planning and includes a step-by-step preparation of chicken noodle soup.
Funding Source: Learning ZoneXpress
Record  197  of   370New Search    
Title:Meet the Grain Group
Pub. date: Updated 4/07
Includes: PowerPoint, one page fact sheet
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults, Children, Older Adults
Language: English
Description: MyPyramid recommends eating the equivalent of six ounces of grain products (for a 2,000 calorie diet). At least half of these should be whole grains. This resource provides basic information about whole grains.
Funding Source: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Record  198  of   370New Search    
Title:Meeting the Food Safety Needs of Bilingual and Low-literacy Youth
Pub. date: February 20, 1995
Includes: Audio tape, video tape, activities, leader guide, pre- and post-test evaluation
Audience: Children, Elementary School, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: Teaches children that bacteria on food can make them sick, that bacteria are everywhere, and covers the steps necessary to keep food safe. Best for children who have difficulty reading either because Spanish is their primary language or because they have a low literacy level.
Funding Source: Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service, Consumer and Family Sciences, and CREES-USDA
Record  199  of   370New Search    
Title:Mighty MyPlate Activity Books for Ages 3-6
Pub. date: 2012
Edition: 1
Includes: Coloring Book
Audience: Children, Elementary School , Preschool, Kindergarten
Language: English
Description: Fun, age appropriate activities that begin to explore some key concepts of USDA's MyPlate including:
- physical activity
- proportion
- gradual improvement
- variety
- moderation
- personalization
Funding Source: Learning ZoneXpress
Record  200  of   370New Search    
Title:Money for Food
Pub. date: 2007, 2010
Includes: Lesson Plans, reproducible hand-outs, worksheets, games.
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: The Money for Food Curriculum is designed to help families with limited resources become more food secure. The series of lessons teach meal planning and food resource management skills. Each lesson includes evaluation questions. Most lessons are designed to be taught in 20 minutes or less and in a small group setting; most are adaptable for teaching individual participants. Topics include: Planning for Food Money, Making a Spending Plan, Managing Your Food Money, Food Needs Food Wants, Why Plan Meals?, Planning Meals, Making a Grocery List, Good Foods to Have on Hand, Making Choices to Save Money on Food, Food Shopping Tips, Eating Away from Home and Using Your EBT Card for Food Purchases.
Funding Source: Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program (USDA’s Food Stamp Program and the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program)
Record  201  of   370New Search    
Title:Move Bingo for Kids
Pub. date: 2013
Edition: 1st
Includes: 30 laminated bingo cards, instructions, master list of movements, bingo calling cards, and carrying bag
Audience: Children, Preschool, Elementary School, Middle School
Language: English
Description: "Move Bingo for Kids is great to get kids up and moving in a fun and creative way! This bingo features simple stretches and movements selected specifically for young children based on skill level The instructor reads the movements on the clue cars, children will do the movements, and those with the activity on their game card cover the square. Play until bingo is called."
Funding Source: Learning ZoneXpress
Record  202  of   370New Search    
Title:Moving Matters!
Pub. date: May 2005
Edition: 1
Includes: Curriculum, Handouts
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: This 14-part series of fact sheets is intended for use as a teaching tool by nutrition and health professionals working one-on-one with individuals. The curriculum, which teaches the importance of physical activity, uses stages of change theory to structure fact sheets into precontemplation, contemplation, preparation, and action/maintenance stages.
Funding Source: University of Maine Cooperative Extension. USDA Food Stamp Program.
Record  203  of   370New Search    
Title:Music & Movement Nutrition in Action
Pub. date: July 2009
Edition: 1st
Includes: Basic Curriculum includes 8 lessons and two full length music CD's. The Curriculum kit includes 8 lessons, two full length music CD's and 8 featured Story Books.
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description:

Nutrition in Action is a nutrition education curriculum that educates children to eat healthier and be physically active while having fun.

The basic curriculum includes the complete eight lesson curriculum and two full length music cd's. The curriculum kit includes the complete curriculum, two music cd's, and all eight story books featured in the lessons. Additional lessons are being developed to add to your curriculum binder.

Funding Source: This curriculum was developed with private funds. It is a self-funded project.
Record  204  of   370New Search    
Title:MyActivity Log
Pub. date: July 2006
Includes: handout
Audience: Multiple Audiences, child, adult
Language: English
Description: The MyActivity Log handout is a companion piece to the University of Missouri Extension’s MyActivity Pyramid handout. The log can be provided to youths to help them keep track of their daily physical activities.
Record  205  of   370New Search    
Title:MyActivity Pyramid
Pub. date: July 2006
Includes: handout
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: The MyActivity Pyramid handout is based on the new 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans and USDA’s MyPyramid. The handout is designed to help children ages 6 to 11 include a variety of activities in their daily lives.
Funding Source: USDA's Food Stamp Program
Record  206  of   370New Search    
Title:MyPlate Dietary Guidelines PowerPoint
Pub. date: 2012
Edition: 1
Includes: CD, PowerPoint
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: Explore and discover all that MyPlate represents with this complete PowerPoint presentation explaining the USDA s food icon and Dietary Guidelines. Presentation includes a comparison of MyPlate to past food guides such as the food pyramid, the importance of calorie balance, foods to increase and decrease, and physical activity. 35 slides.
Funding Source: Learning ZoneXpress
Record  207  of   370New Search    
Title:MyPlate Dietary Guidelines PowerPoint
Pub. date: 2011
Includes: CD with PowerPoint presentation (PowerPoint not needed to show slide show) and handout with presenter’s notes.
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults, Children, Elderly, Parents
Language: English
Description: Educational slide show explaining all the components of MyPlate and other information from the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
Funding Source: Learning ZoneXpress
Record  208  of   370New Search    
Title:MyPlate Dry Erase Boards
Pub. date: 2011
Includes: Dry Erase Board
Audience: Multiple Audiences
Language: English
Description: This laminated dry erase board displays the MyPlate graphic in large format with blanks for educators or learners to write-in foods in each of the MyPlate Categories. The PVC board is lightweight and has grommets in its four corners for easy moving and hanging. Product is also available in an economical laminated poster format in English and Spanish, (size 18" x 24" only).
Funding Source: Learning ZoneXpress
Record  209  of   370New Search    
Title:MyPlate for Expecting Moms
Pub. date: 2011
Edition: 1st
Includes: 8 1/2” x 11”, 2-sided handout
Audience: Pregnant/breastfeeding
Language: English
Description: "Women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant have special nutritional needs. Based on the USDA’s MyPlate, the recommendations on the MyPlate for Expecting Moms Handouts help pregnant women eat for a healthy baby. The plan shows different amounts of food for different trimesters, to meet the changing nutritional needs of mothers.

The backside of the tablet discusses healthy weight gain, food safety concerns for pregnant and breastfeeding women, and special nutritional needs during pregnancy."

Funding Source: Learning ZoneXpress
Record  210  of   370New Search    
Title:MyPlate for Older Adults
Pub. date: June 2011
Edition: 1st
Includes: handout
Audience: Older Adults
Language: English, Spanish
Description: “This updated version of the 2006 “MyPyramid for Older Adults” is consistent with the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans and MyPlate. Resource includes drawings of foods that often are chosen by older adults for ease of purchasing, chewing/swallowing, and/or preparing. Also included are silhouettes representing older adults dancing, gardening, or walking a dog, which encourage physical activity among all older adults. MyPlate for Older Adults includes the new names for two food groups: Protein Foods and Dairy, which replaced Meat and Beans and Milk in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2010. The food plan uses a lower calorie level due to the lower caloric needs of this group compared with younger adults. MyPlate for Older Adults also provides targeted messages that encourage healthful eating and physical activity."
Funding Source: Elder Nutrition and Food Safety Program (ENAFS)/University of Florida Foundation/State of New York Department of Law
Record  211  of   370New Search    
Title:MyPlate Handouts
Pub. date: 2011
Includes: Handouts
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Children
Language: English, Spanish
Description: These double-sided, full-color handouts outline how to build a healthy plate with tips for selecting smart choices within each food group. Additional tips include foods to cut back on, eating the right amount for you, and being physically active your way. The Kids MyPlate handouts are designed for preschool and elementary school-aged children and feature whimsical graphics and an interactive section on the back side of the handout that encourages children to draw their favorite foods in the corresponding sections of MyPlate.
Funding Source: Learning ZoneXpress
Record  212  of   370New Search    
Title:MyPlate on a Budget Handouts
Pub. date: 2011
Includes: Handouts
Audience: Adults
Language: English, Spanish
Description: These handouts convey the basic messages of MyPlate with an emphasis on lower cost choices and tips that can help learners make healthy decisions with a limited food budget. Tips include buying seasonal produce, considering frozen alternatives to fresh, buying in bulk, planning meals ahead of time, cooking in larger batches, planning use of leftovers, and more. A small sample of meals is provided.
Funding Source: Learning ZoneXpress
Record  213  of   370New Search    
Title:MyPlate: Do It Your Way!
Pub. date: 2011
Edition: 1st
Includes: Brochure
Audience: Adults
Language: English, Spanish
Description: “This easy-to-read pamphlet describes how people can adapt their favorite cuisines to reflect the food group recommendations of MyPlate. Whether the choice is Italian, Mexican or something tasty from the southern regions of the country, this helpful title covers a wide array of popular food types and offers simple tips on how to pick healthier options without sacrificing flavor and satisfaction”
Funding Source: Self-funded by Journeyworks Publishing
Record  214  of   370New Search    
Title:MyPyramid Food Wheel
Pub. date: May 2006
Edition: 1
Includes: carboard wheel
Audience: Adults
Language: English and Spanish
Description: The MyPyramid Food Wheel is a hands-on print adaptation of the USDA’s web–based food guidance system. The wheel helps people determine their calorie level and corresponding food group amount based on age, gender, and physical activity level.
Record  215  of   370New Search    
Title:MyPyramid Steps to a Healthier You - Mini Poster
Pub. date: April, 2005
Includes: Mini Poster 8 1/2 x 11
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: The poster provide consumers with the basic MyPyramid messages about healthy eating and physical activity, which apply to everyone. These can be found on the mini-poster and the website. They mirror the messages from the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans consumer brochure.
Funding Source: USDA
Record  216  of   370New Search    
Title:MyPyramid: Eating Better Makes Sense
Pub. date: February 2006
Edition: 1
Includes: DVD
Audience: Multiple Audiences
Language: English, Spanish
Description: MyPyramid: Eating Better Makes Sense is a day-in-the-life approach to understanding the USDA’s MyPyramid. The educational video features Maria, a working mom on a tight budget. Maria show viewers how she and her family follow the MyPyramid plan as part of a healthy lifestyle. She demonstrates healthy food choices at the grocery store and gives examples from her kitchen. Maria also highlights food safety tips in the store and at home. A new emphasis of MyPyramid is physical activity, and Maria show viewers how to work physical activity into any family’s busy schedule. The DVD consists of 7 segments, each approximately 6 minutes in length.
Funding Source: USDA, Purdue University Consumer and Family Sciences, Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service
Record  217  of   370New Search    
Title:MyPyramid: Simple Steps to Healthy Living
Pub. date: 2006
Includes: DVD, also available as VHS
Audience: Multiple Audiences, High School, Grades 9-12
Language: English, Spanish
Description: Learn how the USDA MyPyramid food guidelines can help every individual achieve the right balance of proper nutrition and exercise. This video explores the six basic food groups and shows how families make sure they eat enough whole grains, fruits, and vegetables. Teacher resources to go along with the video are also available on the web.
Funding Source: Discovery Education
Record  218  of   370New Search    
Title:MyPyramid: Steps To A Healthier You - Poster
Pub. date: April, 2005
Includes: Poster
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: The poster provide consumers with the basic MyPyramid messages about healthy eating and physical activity, which apply to everyone. These can be found on the poster and the website. They mirror the messages from the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans consumer brochure.
Funding Source: USDA
Record  219  of   370New Search    
Title:Name That Veggie!
Pub. date: 2007, updated in 2011
Includes: Power Point Slides
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: Name That Veggie! is an online slide show or PowerPoint presentation that teaches basic information about vegetables. The material includes information on different vegetable subgroups and recommended vegetable consumption.
Funding Source: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Record  220  of   370New Search    
Title:NEEDs for Bones
Pub. date: 2011
Edition: 1st
Includes: Teacher Guide with answer sheets for activities, tear-off tablets of participant activities, food items*, additional materials needed for taste testing*, evaluation materials.
*items include in kits purchased from the publisher only.
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: (adapted from author's description)

"The four lessons in NEEDs (Nutrition Education Engineering & Designs) for Bones are designed to educate 11-14 year olds about calcium and its impact on health. Most adolescents don’t get the calcium they need for their growth and development. Fewer than one in ten girls ages 9-13 and one in four boys ages 9-13 are consuming at or above their recommended daily amounts of calcium. In addition, nearly half of American youth ages 12-21 are not vigorously active on a regular basis. These lessons about calcium and weight-bearing activity are science-based and encourage goal-directed behavior. Adolescents can use the information taught in NEEDs for Bones to make informed choices during food selection at home and away from home.

NEEDs for Bones is four multi-disciplinary lessons to be taught in schools by Family and Consumer Science, Health, Math, and/or Science teachers. The curriculum may also be used in after-school programs, summer camps or by community agencies serving youth. NEEDs for Bones is flexible and can be used for young people from diverse backgrounds."

Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed, Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, and The Pennsylvania State University
Record  221  of   370New Search    
Title:Nibble with Willow
Pub. date: 2013 (original 2011)
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Curriculum including posters, recipe cards, staff training (distance learning and hands on), program evaluation, and traning tools.
Audience: Parents, Children, Preschool
Language: English, Spanish (recipes only)
Description: This cooking (snack preparation) and nutrition education program introduces young children to a wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables in a rainbow of colors through the lovable bunny puppet character, Willow. This gentle bunny loves her fruits and veggies, and is never as happy as when she can engage the children she meets to learn all about them. Willow's props and teaching tools - a magical garden apron, felt pieces depicting seasonal references and foods that pop out of the apron, and exquisite fruit and veggie posters depicting how each one grows make the program engaging and invite their exploration. The program is very tactile, using large magnifying glasses for children to explore raw fruits and vegetables and connect with them with a deep familiarity, to make them appealing and appetizing!

Children track their daily progress of the different fruits and vegetables they taste and try by color. Available in versions for WIC Centers or Preschools.

The program is structured to support all five preschool learning domains: cognitive, language, motor skills, social/emotional, and adoptive.

Funding Source: FamilyCook Productions; American Heart Association; grant from Tropicana & Dole Juices
Record  222  of   370New Search    
Title:Nibbles for Health: Nutrition Newsletters for Parents of Young Children
Pub. date: 2003, updated 2009
Includes: Binder with 41 newsletters, 3 sharing sessions and 3 posters.
Audience: Parents, Preschool
Language: English
Description: The Nibbles for Health newsletters are categorized into 7 subject areas: Food Choices for Healthy Families, Just for Feeding Children, Fun and Safety with Food, Physical Activity for Children and Families, Learning to Be a Healthy Eater, Food and Nutrition Concerns, and Learning More about Healthy Eating.

Many of the newsletters include suggestions or activities for the parents to put the information into practice.

The sharing sessions are designed to be used with small groups of parents or in one-on-one discussions. They each have an outline and refer to specific newsletters to go with each topic. The topics of the sharing sessions are: "Food Labels: A Tool for Making Food Choices," "Active Living: How to Get Families Moving," and "Pyramid Servings: How Much? How Many?"

Although intended for use with parents of preschool-aged children and child care center staff who participate in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), the kit may also be used in other settings such as Food Stamp Nutrition Education and the WIC program.

While pre-school age children are the target audience, many of the newsletters provide information that may be helpful to the entire family, such as shopping on a budget, food safety, and the importance of the family meal. Some of the newsletter have specialized topics such as vegetarian diets, food allergies, lactose intolerance, and nutrient supplements. Both the sharing sessions and the newsletters summarize their key messages.

Funding Source: USDA's Team Nutrition
Record  223  of   370New Search    
Title:Nutrition Detectives
Pub. date: 2008
Includes: 1 DVD
Audience: Children
Language: English, English with Captions
Description: Nutrition Detectives is a DVD created to educate elementary school children about good nutrition and healthy eating habits. The purpose of this program is to teach children the importance of reading food labels.
Funding Source: David Katz tools
Record  224  of   370New Search    
Title:Nutrition Education Needs of Women Being Released From Prison
Pub. date: 2006
Includes: research summary
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: This document is a summary of the major findings from a series of nutrition and physical activity discussions conducted with female inmates at the Maine Correctional Center’s Women’s Center. The purpose of the discussions was to determine participants’ interest in and need for nutrition education upon release from prison.
Funding Source: USDA, Food Stamp Nutrition Education
Record  225  of   370New Search    
Title:Nutrition Essentials: Teaching Tools for Healthy Choices. Nutrition Education Ideas for Secondary School Teachers
Pub. date: April 2007
Includes: 6 complete lessons, 2 CDs, PowerPoint slide show, reproducible worksheets, factsheets, hand-outs, a set of nutrition fact cards and 10 color posters (5 full-size and 5 mini).
Audience: Nutrition Educators, Parents, Children
Language: English
Description: This colorful guide provides six easy-to-follow lessons plans for teachers of secondary school students. Topics for the six lessons include: Get the MyPyramid Amounts of Foods – for YOU; Choose the Foods YOU Need; Choose Foods for Their Nutrients; Estimate Amounts of Food; Put It All Together – Food for a Day; and Move It! Keep your Health in Balance. Nutrition Essentials also contains 5 full-size and 5 mini color posters to reinforce the lessons: MyPyramid, READ IT Before you EAT IT!, How Much Do YOU Eat?, Food for a Day, and Move It! Choose Your Fun!. Two CDs are included: 1) Nutrition Essentials: Teaching Tools for Healthy Choices and 2) Nutrition Decision, interactive games with nutrition information.

The Nutrition Essentials CD contains a PDF version of the guide, supplemental materials such as a PowerPoint slide-show overview of the lessons, teaching tips and tricks (suggestions for using positive messages and inexpensive visual aids), reproducible materials, objectives and National Education Standards. The Nutrition Decision CD provides interactive games to allow students to practice building skills using the Nutrition Facts panel on food labels.

Record  226  of   370New Search    
Title:Nutrition Facts: Reading Labels Makes Sense
Pub. date: November 2007
Edition: 1st
Includes: Includes DVD.
Audience: Multiple Audiences, adult, Hispanic
Language: English and Spanish
Description: Serving sizes, vitamins, minerals, percentages, cups, and grams: how do you make sense of it all? Nutrition Facts: Reading Labels Makes Sense is a video that teaches participants how to read and understand nutrition labels with a system that is as easy as counting: 1, 2, 3.
Funding Source: Consumer and Family Sciences, Purdue Extension, and Ag Communications, Purdue University
Record  227  of   370New Search    
Title:Nutrition for Seniors: A Guide and Resources for Providing Nutrition Education to Seniors
Pub. date: March 1998
Includes: Curriculum in binder, lesson plans, handouts, booklets
Audience: Older Adults
Language: English
Description: This curriculum is designed for use with congregate and home-delivered meal programs. It focuses on the nine nutritional needs of seniors defined by the National Nutrition Screening Initiative's Determine your Nutritional Health Checklist. Topics include 5 A Day, Bone Health, Your Weight or Your Health, Meals for One or Two, Smart Food Shopping, Eating Out, Supplements and Medicines, Chronic Disease, and Alcohol. Suggested activities and handouts accompany each lesson. Referenced theoretical model: Stages of Change.
Funding Source: Food Stamp Program, Institute for Private Sector Innovation, Maine Bureau of Elder and Adult Services, University of Maine Cooperative Extension.
Record  228  of   370New Search    
Title:Nutrition Fun with Brocc & Roll
Pub. date: 2007, 2012
Edition: 4th
Includes: Activity Guide
Audience: Children, Elementary School Children
Language: English
Description: Nutrition Fun with Brocc & Roll combines a discovery approach to learning with a healthy dose of humor. Children are taught to assess food and activity habits, set goals, make choices, understand advertising and label reading, learn to plan and develop basic cooking skills through hands-on activities and worksheets. This activity book is designed to be used in conjunction with the book How to Teach Nutrition to Kids.
Record  229  of   370New Search    
Title:Nutrition Information Bulletin Board and Learning Experience (NIBBLE)
Pub. date: August 1998
Includes: Web-based module
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: Designed for learners in adult basic education programs, this provides an opportunity for users to develop computer skills and access basic nutrition information. Includes nutrition information, interactive quizzes and dietary assessments, and resource links. A teacher manual with suggested classroom activities, materials and reproducible worksheets is available on request.
Funding Source: Food Stamp Program and IDEA grant
Record  230  of   370New Search    
Title:Nutrition Mentor™
Pub. date: 7/2007
Edition: Version 2.0.2
Includes: CD-Rom
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: Nutrition Mentor™ is an interactive training tool for nutrition education paraprofessionals. It is a complete training curriculum designed by nutrition education experts that use proven instructional strategies that promote learning and retention across different learning abilities and learning styles. It is an efficient and cost-effective training approach to developing proficiency in basic nutrition for new paraprofessionals as well as updating experienced nutrition educators. Nutrition Mentor™ includes 12 lessons covering the USDA Dietary Guidelines and two resource lessons on cultural competence and adult learning strategies. A mastery test that accompanies each nutrition lesson allows learners to go back for questions they answered incorrectly and review segments of the lesson. The mastery test is a great learning tool that places emphasis on learning and achieving proficiency.
Funding Source: USDA CSREES through the SBIR program
Record  231  of   370New Search    
Title:Nutrition News: Information for Senior Citizens
Pub. date: March 2006
Edition: 1-3
Includes: PDF files on CD-ROM
Audience: Older Adults
Language: English
Description: Developed by J. Anderson, K. Holden and L. Nagi at Colorado State University Cooperative Extension. Three year series (36 issues) of nutrition education newsletters designed to address the special needs of older adults. Each issue includes information on nutrition, food assistance, and general health topics for seniors. An optional “wrapper” with a MyPyramid picture may be used for a mailing label and organization logo.

Newletters are 4, 8thx11" pages, saved as PDF files on a single CD-ROM. Newletters can be printed for distribution.

Funding Source: USDA Food Stamp Program and Colorado State University Cooperative Extension Program.
Record  232  of   370New Search    
Title:Nutrition Nuggets
Pub. date: 2008, Revised 2012
Includes: 12 Lessons
Audience: Multiple Audiences, School age children, Teenagers
Language: English
Description: Nutrition Nuggets contains 12 lessons. Each lesson provides basic nutrition information as well as two activities that engage participants in a variety of food-related tasks. Every lesson includes food preparation and taste testing. These activities are designed to help students develop cooking skills, provide opportunities to experience new foods and ingredients and to become more accepting of a wider variety of foods.
Funding Source: Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program
Record  233  of   370New Search    
Title:Outsmarting the Cookie Monster
Pub. date: 2002
Includes: Handout
Audience: Multiple Audiences
Language: English
Description: A single page, double-sided handout that explains the role of snacks in a healthy diet for children and adults. Provides guidelines to readers on how to pick a healthy snack and compares prices of several common snacks to show that healthy snacks are often more economical than less healthy snacks. Encourages use of the school breakfast program. Includes contact information/addresses for New Hampshire Cooperative Extension Nutrition Connections Programs.
Funding Source: SNAP-Ed
Record  234  of   370New Search    
Title:Pennsylvania SNAP Materials
Pub. date: 2005-2007
Includes: various - newsletter, flyers, activities, bookmarks, brochures, table tent, recipe cards
Audience: Multiple Audiences
Language: English & Newsletters also available in Spanish
Description: A coordinated VEGETABLE campaign with particular emphasis on low-cost, locally grown produce. Each vegetable features materials to cover nutrition and health benefits, growing, market selection, preparation, and educational activities. These free materials include newsletter inserts, bookmarks, flyers, table tents, recipes, shopping guide, bulletin boards and more. All materials have been updated for MyPyramid. The various materials are provided in easy-to-download PDF files, which can be used alone or combined with other educational materials. Please feel free to cut and paste from any of the materials. Larger font versions of some materials are available for seniors.
Funding Source: Pennsylvania Nutrition Education TRACKS, part of USDA Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program
Record  235  of   370New Search    
Title:Personalizing MyPlate: Easy Changes for Eating Habits
Pub. date: 2012
Edition: 1st
Includes: Video and Educator's Guide
Audience: Adults, Junior High, Teenagers, Older adults
Language: English
Description: "Featuring several young adults and parents, this program shows how people can easily modify and find healthier alternatives for their meals and snacks. Learn how the principles of MyPlate help people with various lifestyles eat more fruits and vegetables, up their whole grains, vary their protein, and limit fat, sugar, and sodium to create a healthier plate."
Funding Source: Self funded by Learning Seed
Record  236  of   370New Search    
Title:Physical Activity Cards
Pub. date: April 2006
Includes: Game
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: This set of more than 70 laminated cards is intended for use with children ages 4 to 15. The cards are divided into groups – moderate to vigorous activities, warm up activities and cool down activities – and color coded accordingly. Activities are also grouped by the amount of space they require to perform, a large space or a small space. Each card also includes a tip for how the activity can be integrated into nutrition education.
Funding Source: USDA SNAP-Ed
Record  237  of   370New Search    
Title:Pick a Better Snack™ & ACT lessons and social marketing campaign
Pub. date: 1999, 2003, 2007, 2012
Edition: 2007, 2012
Includes: Lesson plans and various other components available online.
Audience: Children, Elementary School Children (K-5), Families of Elementary School Children
Language: English; some components are in Spanish
Description: The Iowa Nutrition Network's social marketing campaign, Pick a better snack™ & ACT (PABS), was created to promote the consumption of fruits and vegetables by marketing them as an attractive alternative to less healthy snacks. PABS classroom lessons are available online (four per month) for elementary grades K-5. Each month, lessons feature seasonal fruits (focus on fruits), vegetables (vary your veggies). Additional lessons are available in the archive including: physical activity, Eat Smart Play Hard, My Pyramid, and the Color Way). The Iowa Nutrition Network website also features coordinating lessons designed to be delivered by a classroom teacher.

Lessons incorporate nutrition and physical activity bingo cards (scorecards for upper elementary students) to encourage experiential learning and engage families. Monthly parent newsletters (available in English and Spanish) are sent home with students to encourage families to eat more fruits and vegetables and to be active together. Supplemental resources are available including fruit and vegetable fact sheets and posters. Pick a better snack™ & ACT social marketing components enhance and reinforce the classroom lessons. These include radio PSAs, videos (TV ads), bookmarks, billboards, certificates, stickers, recipes, posters and editable print materials. Social marketing materials were expanded in 2012 to include a more modern look featuring photos of food and children enjoying fruit and veggie snacks.

Funding Source: SNAP-Ed and Team Nutrition Program
Record  238  of   370New Search    
Title:Pick Me! Pick Me!
Pub. date: 2010
Edition: 1st
Includes: Brochure
Audience: Children, Elementary School
Language: English
Description: “Kids will go bananas over this brochure that lets fruits and vegetables speak for themselves about their numerous health benefits. Simple nutrition facts in a fun Q&A format introduce young people to an array of fruits and veggies and encourages them to include these healthy food choices in every meal and snack.”
Funding Source: self-funded by Journeyworks Publishing
Record  239  of   370New Search    
Title:Playing for Healthy Choices Cards
Pub. date: November, 2011
Edition: 1st
Includes: Playing Cards
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults, Children
Language: English
Description: Playing for Healthy Choices playing cards provide physical activity exercises and nutrition information to consumers. These cards are used at trainings, community events, and educational classes providing consumers with easy physical activities that are free and easy to do. Each card has a different exercise on it with instructions on how to preform it safely.”
Funding Source: Network for a Healthy California
Record  240  of   370New Search    
Title:Power Play! 4th Grade School Idea & Resource Kit
Pub. date: 10/2009
Edition: 3rd
Includes: Spiral-bound book
Audience: Children, Elementary School
Language: English
Description: “This fourth grade resource kit helps teachers become Champions for Change in their schools. It features 10 activities focused on fruits, vegetables, and physical activity. The activities are linked with California’s Content Standards in English-language arts, mathematics, and health. It aligns with the California Department of Education’s Nutrition Competencies for California’s children. This resource is currently under review to show how activities are linked with Common Core Standards. Evaluations of the kit suggest improvement in learners' knowledge, skills, and confidence related to fruits, vegetables, and physical activity. Lessons include handouts and activities in English and Spanish. There is also an English student workbook that compliments the activities of the lessons in the kit."
Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed
Record  241  of   370New Search    
Title:Power Play! 5th Grade School Idea & Resource Kit
Pub. date: 10/2009
Edition: 3rd
Includes: Spiral-bound book
Audience: Children, Elementary School
Language: English (handouts available in English and Spanish)
Description: "This fifth grade resource kit helps teachers become Champions for Change in their schools. It features 10 activities focused on fruits, vegetables, and physical activity. The activities are linked with California’s Content Standards in English-language arts, mathematics, and health. It aligns with the California Department of Education’s Nutrition Competencies for California’s children. This resource is currently under review to show how activities are linked with Common Core Standards. Evaluations of the kid suggest improvements in learnes' knowledge, skills, and confidence related to fruits, vegetables, and physical activity. Inside each lesson, there are handouts and activities in English and Spanish. There is also an English student workbook that compliments the activities of the lessons in the kit."
Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed
Record  242  of   370New Search    
Title:Power Play! Healthy Kids: Help Your Kids Power Up with Fruits, Vegetables, and Physical Activity Brochure
Pub. date: 2009
Edition: 1st
Includes: Brochure
Audience: Parents, Children
Language: English, Spanish
Description: “These full-color brochures are available in English and Spanish and provide parents with easy ideas and practical tips for helping their kids eat more fruits and vegetables and be more physically active.”
Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed
Record  243  of   370New Search    
Title:Power Play! Power Up with Fruits & Vegetables Poster
Pub. date: 2009
Edition: 1st
Includes: Poster
Audience: Children, Elementary School
Language: English, Spanish
Description: “The Power Up with Fruits and Vegetables poster reinforces the serving size recommendations with full-color pictures. The poster is written in English on one side and Spanish on the other. Can be displayed in a school cafeteria or classroom.”
Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed
Record  244  of   370New Search    
Title:Power Play! Power Up Your Summer Play! Tracker
Pub. date: 01/2009
Edition: 1st
Includes: Booklet/Brochure
Audience: Children, Elementary School
Language: English
Description: "The Power Up Your Summer! Challenge encourages children to increase their physical activity levels during summer. The PLAY! tracker can be used to record up to 10 weeks of physical activity minutes and is filled with reinforcing messages and tips."
Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed
Record  245  of   370New Search    
Title:Power Play! Try Something New Sticker Activity Booklet
Pub. date: 01/2013
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Pamphlet/Booklet
Audience: Children, Elementary School
Language: English
Description: Try Something New is a promotion that supports TV Turn-Off Week (but can be used year round, too!). It gives kids positive and healthy suggestions for activities when the TV/screen is off – such as trying a kumquat, playing soccer, picking up a sketchpad, or go to the farmers’ market! A kid-friendly sticker booklet helps kids track their progress toward their Try Something New goal and gives them an opportunity to reflect on their new experiences.”
Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed
Record  246  of   370New Search    
Title:Power Play: A Farm 2 Table Adventure!
Pub. date: 2011
Edition: 01/2012
Includes: Activity booklet
Audience: Children, 9-11 year-old children
Language: English
Description: A short activity book for children to introduce them to the food system. Topics include farmers, California agriculture, local food, growing seasons and how food gets from farms to consumers.
Funding Source: USDA, SNAP-Ed
Record  247  of   370New Search    
Title:Power Up for Learning
Pub. date: 01/2013
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Booklet
Audience: Children, Elementary School
Language: English
Description: "Power Up for Learning is a supplement to the Power Play! Campaign's School Idea & Resource Kits for fourth and fifth grade teachers. By using both resources, they can integrate physical activity into the Power Play! Campaign by not only teaching students about the importance of eating fruits and vegetables, but also by being physically active through a combination of classroom lessons, large-space physical activities, and quick energizers. This resoure is currently under review to show how activities are linked with Common Core Standards."
Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed
Record  248  of   370New Search    
Title:Power Up in 10: Strength Training for Families
Pub. date: July 2010
Includes: spiral-bound booklet
Audience: Parents, Children, Families
Language: English, Spanish
Description: Power Up in 10 is a bilingual booklet that includes ten basic exercises to build muscle strength and endurance. Step by step instructions, full color photographs and physical activity and nutrition tips are included in the booklet.
Funding Source: USDA SNAP-Ed Connection
Record  249  of   370New Search    
Title:Power Up in 10: Strength Training for Families DVD
Pub. date: 02/2014
Edition: 1st
Includes: DVD
Audience: Parents, Children, Families
Language: English, Spanish
Description: "Power Up in 10 is a strength training DVD for families. It can be used without equipment and with little space."
Funding Source: USDA, FNS. SNAP-Ed
Record  250  of   370New Search    
Title:Pre and Post Assessment
Pub. date: 10/17/07
Includes: assessment tool
Audience: Children, 5 to 7 years
Language: English
Description: Assessment survey used to obtain nutrition behaviors and knowledge from children in kindergarten through second grade.
Funding Source: USDA. SNAP Progam.
Record  251  of   370New Search    
Title:Pre and Post Survey (3rd-6th Grade)
Pub. date: 10/17/07
Includes: assessment tool
Audience: Children, 8 to 12 years
Language: English
Description: Assessment/survey used to obtain nutrition behaviors and knowledge from children in third through sixth grade.
Funding Source: USDA. SNAP Program.
Record  252  of   370New Search    
Title:Prevent Portion Distortion
Pub. date: revised March 2012
Includes: PowerPoint, related handout
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: "Prevent Portion Distortion" PowerPoint presentation is full of pictures to help participants learn how portions sizes have changed. Participants will also learn how they can avoid portion distortion!
Funding Source: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Record  253  of   370New Search    
Title:Produce Quick Tips for Partners
Pub. date: March 2013
Edition: 1st
Includes: Cards
Audience: Adults
Language: English, Spanish
Description: “These cards can be used at grocery stores, schools, and farmers’ markets to educate shoppers through interactive activities and promotions like food demonstrations or store tours.”
Funding Source: USDA. FNS. SNAP-Ed.
Record  254  of   370New Search    
Title:Promoting Family Meals
Pub. date: 2006, 2007
Includes: Web site contains lesson plans, posters, staff training video, PowerPoint, handouts, feedback forms
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Community Educators, Schools and School Groups, Parents
Language: English, one piece in Spanish
Description: This web site has free downloadable handouts for parents and consumer education, PowerPoint presentations for lay and professional audiences, a lesson plan on family meals for community nutrition groups, and a video based online training for community nutrition professionals and paraprofessionals. All of these were developed by Barbara Mayfield and are available through Purdue University’s Center for Families.
Funding Source: Cooperative Extension, FNP, and Purdue's Foods and Nutrition Department
Record  255  of   370New Search    
Title:Promoting Good Health Through Diet and Lifestyle: Cutting Down on Fat
Pub. date: 2002
Includes: booklet
Audience: Adults
Language: Vietnamese (English translations available)
Description: This booklet is part of a series of five booklets that are designed to focus on the many benefits of a healthy diet and lifestyle for the prevention of chronic diseases. This is the third lesson in the series and discusses the importance of a low-fat diet. Reviews for two other lessons, Let’s Exercise and Fruits and Vegetables are also included in the Resource Finder. The remaining two lessons have not been reviewed as they are beyond the scope of SNAP-Ed. All of the booklets contain eight 8” x 10” glossy pages with lots of bright colors and pictures, helpful information and an interactive activity. They are available as a pdf or html online or by contacting the distributor. They can be used as part of a series, or as individual lessons. While they can serve as a stand-alone tool, they would be better understood when paired with a brief explanation or lesson from a nutrition educator.
Funding Source: SNAP-Ed, California Cancer Research Program, Department of Health Services
Record  256  of   370New Search    
Title:Promoting Good Health Through Diet and Lifestyle: Fruits and Vegetables
Pub. date: 2002
Edition: 1st
Includes: booklet
Audience: Adults
Language: Vietnamese (English translations available)
Description: This booklet is part of a series of five booklets that are designed to focus on the many benefits of a healthy diet and lifestyle for the prevention of chronic diseases. This is the fourth lesson in the series and it reviews the benefits of a plant based diet that includes plenty of fruits and vegetables. Reviews for two other lessons, Let’s Exercise and Cutting Down on Fat are also included in the Resource Finder. The remaining two lessons have not been reviewed as they are beyond the scope of SNAP-Ed. All of the booklets contain eight 8” x 10” glossy pages with lots of bright colors and pictures, helpful information and an interactive activity. They are available as a pdf or html online or by contacting the distributor. They can be used as part of a series, or as individual lessons. While they can serve as a stand alone tool, they would be better understood when paired with a brief explanation or lesson from a nutrition educator.
Funding Source: SNAP-Ed, California Cancer Research Program, Department of Health Services
Record  257  of   370New Search    
Title:Promoting Good Health Through Diet and Lifestyle: Let's Exercise
Pub. date: 2002
Edition: 1st
Includes: booklet
Audience: Adults
Language: Vietnamese (English translations available)
Description: This booklet is part of a series of five booklets that are designed to focus on the many benefits of a healthy diet and lifestyle for the prevention of chronic diseases. This is the first lesson in the series and focuses on increasing physical activity. Reviews for two other lessons, Cutting Down on Fat and Fruits and Vegetables are also included in the Resource Finder. The remaining two lessons have not been reviewed as they are beyond the scope of SNAP-Ed. All of the booklets contain eight 8” x 10” glossy pages with lots of bright colors and pictures, helpful information and an interactive activity. They are available as a pdf or html online or by contacting the distributor. They can be used as part of a series, or as individual lessons. While they can serve as a stand-alone tool, they would be better understood when paired with a brief explanation or lesson from a nutrition educator.
Funding Source: SNAP-Ed, California Cancer Research Program, Department of Health Services
Record  258  of   370New Search    
Title:Promoting Trail Development and Use of Safe Community Route for Walking and Biking
Pub. date: February 2003
Edition: 1st
Includes: online booklet
Audience: Nutrition Educators, Adults
Language: English
Description: Increasing physical activity and improving nutrition can help to control the epidemic of overweight and obesity, as well as decrease the risk of chronic diseases including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer and osteoporosis. A recommended strategy to increase physical activity is to develop and promote trail use. This Action Packet is one in a series of six. It is designed to help promote physical activity and community health through trail development and use of safe routes for walking and biking. The Action Packet provides guidelines for creating the partnerships needed to make your trail projects succeed. Packet resources include background information, real examples, action steps, presentation materials, resources and support materials.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service, funds for Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE)
Record  259  of   370New Search    
Title:Pumpkin Post and Banana Beat Newsletters
Pub. date: 2003
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Newsletter
Audience: Parents, Children, Preschool, , Elementary School
Language: English, Spanish ("El Reciato" and "Sabrosito")
Description: A newsletter for parents or caregivers of preschool children through grade 3, each issue includes recipes and columns on child feeding challenges, seasonal foods, menu ideas and contains The Banana Beat, designed for the children themselves. The Banana Beat features a fold-open activity poster for the children, a special children’s recipe, a fairy tale, and a physical activity. There are six issues available with a different theme in each issue.
Funding Source: USDA Food Stamp Program, University of Massachusetts Cooperative Extension
Record  260  of   370New Search    
Title:Quality for Keeps: Home Food Preservation
Pub. date: January 2011
Includes: Curriculum includes six lesson plans, guide sheets, handouts, and PowerPoint presentations on a separate CD
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: Quality for Keeps: Home Food Preservation contains six lessons, each including a lesson plan, hands-on activity and helpful handouts. The core content of the lessons is found in the speaker’s notes of the PowerPoint presentations found on the accompanying CD. University of Missouri Extension guides on food preservation serve as the core reference materials for participants. Field faculty may choose to offer a series of three or up to six sessions based upon their perception of local needs in their community.
Funding Source: University of Missouri Extension
Record  261  of   370New Search    
Title:Quick and Easy Meals For Less!
Pub. date: 2004
Includes: Cookbook
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: 80-page recipe booklet (6 X 10 inch), which includes 60 recipes from a variety of categories: soups, salads and sandwiches, main meals, side dishes, sauces, dressings, and dips, snacks and desserts, and breakfast. Each recipe includes yield and serving size, preparation time and cook time, tips and time savers, menu ideas, and a nutrition facts label. The table of contents arranges the recipes by category and also breaks out those that are “Meals in 20 minutes”, and “Recipes for smaller families.” Additional content includes ingredient substitutions, easy guidelines for healthy eating, hints for quick meals from the cupboard, cooking basics – measuring, equivalents, cooking terms, cooking with herbs and spices, food yields, and kitchen equipment substitutions.
Funding Source: FSNEP, EFNEP
Record  262  of   370New Search    
Title:Quick and Easy Meals Using the Freezer
Pub. date: not dated
Includes: Handout
Audience: Older Adults
Language: English
Description: Provides general tips for freezing make-ahead meals.
Funding Source: Food Stamp Program
Record  263  of   370New Search    
Title:Quickflip™ to Delicious Dinners
Pub. date: 2008
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Top bound spiral notebook with cardboard easel for easy stand-up.
Audience: Adults, staff
Language: English
Description: “Quickflip™ to Delicious Dinners is not an ordinary cookbook. This new approach to cooking unclutters the kitchen and simplifies dinner preparation. The unique format shows how ten basic recipes are all you need to make 50 or more delicious dinners. It teaches how to stock a pantry and how to add flavor and variety with herbs and spices. Includes built-in easel, color coded grocery lists, a pantry list, and nutrition information.

Recipes use fresh, wholesome ingredients and are inspired by flavors from around the world. Each recipe has 5 different international variations. The flexible format of the Quickflip™ makes it easy to adjust for the taste preferences of family members. It also teaches people how to cook as they see how a recipe is built from basic steps.”

Funding Source: Self-funded
Record  264  of   370New Search    
Title:Radio Nutrición: A Program for Nutrition Education with the Hispanic Community
Pub. date: 1996
Includes: 6 audiocassettes, 1 bilingual service provider guide, binder
Audience: Pregnant/breastfeeding, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: Contains four radio mini-dramas, one public service announcement, and recorded radio talk shows. Topics addressed include diabetes, heart disease, pregnancy, and smart shopping with an emphasis on the utilization of nutrition-related services (i.e., WIC, Food Stamps). The guide discusses the use of social marketing and its use in radio, audience analysis findings, and background information on "radio novelas". It also has information on how to use the kit, program marketing, a pre/post broadcast survey, focus group discussion guide and questions, and the novela scripts.
Funding Source: Office of Community Services, Administration for Children and Families, US Department of Health and Human Services
Record  265  of   370New Search    
Title:Recipes Made Easy
Pub. date: 2007
Includes: DVD-R
Audience: Adults
Language: English and Spanish both included on one DVD.
Description: Recipes can be intimidating, but they don't have to be. This video focuses on the fact you don't need to be a TV show chef to make delicious, nutritious meals.

"Recipes Made Easy" is a single DVD, but is also available as part of the 5-part series, Food Basics. Food Basics also includes Food Safety, Family Fun, At Home in the Kitchen, and Shopping Smarts. This title was developed specifically for adult nutrition education for WIC and Extension programs.

Funding Source: Discovery Education
Record  266  of   370New Search    
Title:Rethink Your Drink High School Lessons
Pub. date: 05/2014
Edition: 1st
Includes: Curriculum including lesson plans, activities, and handouts
Audience: Children, High School, Secondardy
Language: English
Description: “The Rethink Your Drink High School Lessons are designed for teachers who work with high school-aged youth to help them learn essential nutrition concepts and develop the skills necessary to improve, sustain, and promote personal, family, and community health. Students them refine and enhance these skills through observation, practice, and application to real-life situations.

Based on the essential nutrition concepts outlined in the California Health Education Content Standards and the California Nutrition Education Competencies, the lessons incorporate nutrition and physical activity recommendations from the United States Department of Agriculture’s and Department of Health and Human Services’ Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2010 and the 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines. These guidelines emphasize the importance of balancing caloric intake with physical activity. One significant recommendation includes limiting caloric intake from soda, energy, and sports drinks – a major source of added sugar and calories in the American diet.”

Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed
Record  267  of   370New Search    
Title:Rethink Your Drink “Choose Health. Drink Water.” Poster
Pub. date: 05/2014
Edition: 1st
Includes: Poster
Audience: Adults
Language: English, Spanish
Description: “The “Choose Health. Drink Water.” Poster graphically illustrates common types of sugary drinks, the number of teaspoons of sugar in each, and the minutes of brisk walking needed to burn off the calories from the drink.”
Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed
Record  268  of   370New Search    
Title:Right Bite! displays and handouts
Pub. date: 2003-2005
Edition: First
Includes: newsletter and handouts
Audience: Parents, Children
Language: English
Description: Colorful tabletop displays and accompanying handouts were developed as an information delivery method to reach SNAP participants. Topics for the displays focus on improving dietary habits and increasing physical activity. The displays and handouts deliver a consistent message throughout the state of Arkansas, and are currently being implemented in local Department of Health and Human Service offices in all 75 counties in Arkansas.
Funding Source: USDA SNAP
Record  269  of   370New Search    
Title:Safe Food & You
Pub. date: November 2004
Includes: DVD/CD Package
Audience: Multiple Audiences, preg, multi2
Language: English, handouts and evaluation forms available in Spanish
Description: This is a DVD/CD package about safe food handling and preparation for mothers-to-be. The materials could be used in a one-on-one presentations or in group/classroom settings. The materials could also be used when presenting information to mothers and their preschool-aged children. The DVD contains a 15 minute video about safe food handling, and the CD contains PDF files of the lesson plans, handouts, and evaluations, plus hand washing songs for children.
Funding Source: USDA-CSREES , Purdue University, Iowa State University
Record  270  of   370New Search    
Title:Safe Food Handling for Occasional Quantity Cooks
Pub. date: 2004
Includes: CD-Rom with lesson plans, handouts, mini-posters, and PowerPoint presentations.
Audience: Nutrition Educators, Adults
Language: English
Description: This teaching curriculum is ultimately designed to benefit the volunteers who help in one-time or short-term quantity food production situations. Topics include: food safety, planning and purchasing food for an event, storing food supplies, preparing food, holding and serving cooked food, and handling leftovers. The curriculum uses the HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point) approach for learning safe food handling, which is endorsed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Funding Source: Ohio State University Extension.
Record  271  of   370New Search    
Title:Salmon Tip Card
Pub. date: 09/2014
Edition: 1st
Includes: Tip Card
Audience: Multiple Audiences
Language: English
Description: This salmon tip card is targeted to American Indians and Alaska natives. Information about how salmon has traditionally been used along with general menu suggestions are provided.
Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed
Record  272  of   370New Search    
Title:Save Money with Manufacturer's Coupons
Pub. date: not dated
Includes: Web article
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: Reviews how to save money at the grocery store by making a shopping list, organizing coupons and using coupons.
Record  273  of   370New Search    
Title:Secrets of Feeding a Healthy Family: How to Eat, How to Raise Good Eaters, How to Cook
Pub. date: 2008
Edition: Second
Includes: Book
Audience: Multiple Audiences, adult, parent
Language: English
Description: This new book by Ellyn Satter breaks the spell of negativity and fear that permeates our eating. Ellyn Satter empowers and inspires us to love - and cook - our favorite foods and teach our children to do the same. Secrets of Feeding a Healthy Family helps us past the barriers to getting a meal on the table - and eating it.
Record  274  of   370New Search    
Title:Seniors CAN
Pub. date: 2004
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Training Manual
Audience: Older Adults
Language: English, Spanish
Description: The Seniors CAN community-based educational program helps increase the ability of the elderly to decipher and effectively utilize health-related information, to improve their sense of personal control and extend their independence. The target audience for the Seniors CAN program is all independent-living elderly over the age of 55 whose quality of life could be improved with nutrition and wellness information. The four month long program is taught weekly, for one to two hours, at congregate sites including public housing and senior centers. The Seniors CAN Curriculum includes 15 lessons with topics relate to nutrition (including the Food Guide Pyramid, food safety, hydration, low-cost foods/meals, wellness (including prevention of consumer fraud, and finding part-time employment).
Funding Source: Clark County funding with some state and federal Smith Lever funds for curriculum and USDA Food Stamp Program for volunteer training manual.
Record  275  of   370New Search    
Title:Sensible Eating in a Fad Diet Era
Pub. date: June 2005
Edition: 1st
Includes: curriculum, five handouts and program evaluation
Audience: Multiple Audiences, adult, staff
Language: English
Description: This program examines popular weight loss diets and promotes a healthier way of eating, following the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans and MyPyramid. It is designed to be taught in one hour or less. The files for this program are available in pdf format from the web site.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture, University of Arkansas and County Governments
Record  276  of   370New Search    
Title:Serve Up Safety: Food Safety Tips for Families
Pub. date: 2008
Includes: DVD
Audience: Adults
Language: English, Spanish
Description: Millions of people get sick from food borne illness each year. Being careful about how you handle and prepare food can help prevent a serious problem. This DVD demonstrates how to follow the Fight BAC safe food handling guidelines Clean, Separate, Cook and Chill. The everyday tips will contribute to happy, healthy memories of your next backyard barbecue…and of all your meals.
Funding Source: Purdue University Cooperative Extension
Record  277  of   370New Search    
Title:Serving Up MyPlate: A Yummy Curriculum
Pub. date: September 2012
Includes: Teacher's guides (Levels 1-3), songs, posters, mini-posters, handouts, games, graphics
Audience: Children, Elementary School Children, Parents
Language: English, some materials available in Spanish, Chinese and/or French
Description: "What are healthy food choices? What is a balanced diet? Serving Up MyPlate is a new collection of classroom materials that helps elementary school teachers integrate nutrition education into Math, Science, English Language Arts, and Health. This yummy curriculum introduces the importance of eating from all five food groups using the MyPlate icon and a variety of hands–on activities. Students also learn the importance of physical activity to staying healthy." Note that select materials from this collection are available in both English and Spanish.
Funding Source: Team Nutrition, United States Department of Agriculture
Record  278  of   370New Search    
Title:Shake it Up! With Fruits and Veggies
Pub. date: 2004
Includes: Audio CD
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: This CD is a collection of 17 songs that promote fruits and vegetables developed for students in low-income households. The intent of the CD is to encourage a minimum of five servings of fruits and vegetables and adequate physical activity each day. The CD does not come with a manual or suggestions for use. Developers suggest that educators use their own creativity in incorporating the CD into SNAP-Ed activities. The motto for the LAUSD Nutrition Network is “Find the Fun in Being Healthy.” The developers report the following use of the CD in California: children learn the songs in music class, teachers play the songs during short breaks to get kids active between lessons, teachers use the songs to aid English language development, teachers play the songs during staff meeting activity breaks.
Funding Source: USDA Food Stamp Program
Record  279  of   370New Search    
Title:Shape of Yoga
Pub. date: June 2009
Edition: 1st
Includes: Spiral bound book
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Hispanic, Adult, Child, Parent, Elder
Language: English, Spanish
Description: “Shape of Yoga is a fun way to get daily physical activity that helps build strength and flexibility. It teaches simple techniques to show others how to perform basic yoga moves along with nutrition tips throughout the booklet. The booklet is bilingual with English and Spanish languages.”
Funding Source: California Department of Public Health, Network for a Healthy California, USDA SNAP
Record  280  of   370New Search    
Title:Shop, Cook and Eat Lean
Pub. date: 1997, 2001
Includes: Color brochure (8.5 x 14; four-fold)
Audience: Adults, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: Includes information on shopping for, preparing and eating low-fat foods. Features a recipe for Tuna Noodle Casserole on the English version and a recipe for Ensalada de Jicama on the Spanish version.
Funding Source: California Department of Health Services & US Department of Agriculture
Record  281  of   370New Search    
Title:Shopping Matters® for Adults
Pub. date: July 2011
Edition: 1st
Includes: guidebook
Audience: Adults
Language: English, Spanish
Description: "Building on its proven success teaching families how to cook and eat healthy on a budget, Share Our Strength's Cooking Matters has developed Shopping Matters for Adults to help families make healthy and affordable choices at the supermarket. Through a hands-on tour at the grocery store, low-income adults learn how to maximize nutrition with their food dollars by building skills such as reading food labels, identifying whole grains, comparing unit prices, and purchasing fruits and vegetables on a budget. This comprehensive facilitator guide provides tour leaders with tips for planning a successful tour, talking points for each section of the store, suggested hands-on activities to engage participants, and more."
Funding Source: Walmart Foundation, Con Agra Food Foundation
Record  282  of   370New Search    
Title:Shopping Matters® for WIC Parents
Pub. date: August 2011
Edition: 1st
Includes: Guidebook
Audience: Parents
Language: English, Spanish
Description: "Building on its proven success teaching families how to cook and eat healthy on a budget, Share Our Strength is offering a new line of tools, called Shopping Matters®, to help more families make healthy and affordable choices when food shopping. The second tool in the series, Shopping Matters for WIC Parents, teaches families how to make the most of their WIC benefits and reinforces key food shopping skills such as reading food labels, identifying whole grains, and comparing unit prices. This comprehensive facilitator guide provides tour leaders with tips for planning a successful tour, talking points for each section of the store, suggested hands-on activities to engage participants, and more."
Funding Source: Walmart Foundation, ConAgra Foods Foundation
Record  283  of   370New Search    
Title:Shopping Smarts
Pub. date: 2007
Includes: DVD-R, also available as VHS
Audience: Adults
Language: English and Spanish both included on one DVD.
Description: Food shopping doesn’t have to be a tedious task. This video shows how, with a little planning, it’s easy to whip through the supermarket, save money, and have ingredients for a week’s worth of nutritious meals. Participants will learn how to use coupons wisely, determine the best value by using unit pricing and avoid temptation.

"Shopping Smarts" Fun is a single DVD, but is also available as part of the 5-part series, Food Basics. Food Basics also includes Food Safety, Family Fun, At Home in the Kitchen, and Recipes Made Easy. This title was developed specifically for adult nutrition education for WIC and Extension programs.

Funding Source: Discovery Education
Record  284  of   370New Search    
Title:Show Me Nutrition: Fifth grade curriculum
Pub. date: January 2006, updated 2012
Includes: complete curriculum
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: The Show-Me-Nutrition curriculum reinforces behaviors that support a healthy weight for kids such as being more physically active, spending less time watching television and playing computer and video games, eating a healthy breakfast eating more fruits and vegetables, drinking less soda and sweetened fruit drinks. The curriculum is a sequential nutrition education curriculum intended for pre-K through grade 8. This curriculum supports Missouri’s School Wellness Policy and meets the State of Missouri’s Show Me educational standards for health and physical education. Activities align with Communication Arts GLEs and reinforce math skills. Curriculum materials are available as printed copies for each of the grade levels. While a binder is not included, the print materials come hole punched with accompanying dividers, cover and spine labels. This review will cover the fifth grade curricula only.
Funding Source: University of Missouri Extension and USDA's Food Stamp Program
Record  285  of   370New Search    
Title:Show Me Nutrition: First grade curriculum
Pub. date: January 2006, updated 2012
Includes: complete curriculum
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: The Show-Me-Nutrition curriculum reinforces behaviors that support a healthy weight for kids such as being more physically active, spending less time watching television and playing computer and video games, eating a healthy breakfast eating more fruits and vegetables, drinking less soda and sweetened fruit drinks. The curriculum is a sequential nutrition education curriculum intended for pre-K through grade 8. This curriculum supports Missouri’s School Wellness Policy and meets the State of Missouri’s Show Me educational standards for health and physical education. Activities align to reinforce communication arts and math GLE's. Curriculum materials are available as printed copies for each of the grade levels. While a binder is not included, the print materials come hole punched with accompanying dividers, cover and spine labels. This review will cover the first grade curricula only.
Funding Source: University of Missouri funds and USDA's Food Stamp Program
Record  286  of   370New Search    
Title:Show Me Nutrition: Fourth grade curriculum
Pub. date: January 2006, updated 2012
Includes: complete curriculum
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: The Show-Me-Nutrition curriculum reinforces behaviors that support a healthy weight for kids such as being more physically active, spending less time watching television and playing computer and video games, eating a healthy breakfast eating more fruits and vegetables, drinking less soda and sweetened fruit drinks. The curriculum is a sequential nutrition education curriculum intended for pre-K through grade 8. This curriculum supports Missouri’s School Wellness Policy and meets the State of Missouri’s Show Me educational standards for health and physical education. Activities reinforce several communication arts and math GLEs. Curriculum materials are available as printed copies for each of the grade levels. While a binder is not included, the print materials come hole punched with accompanying dividers, cover and spine labels. This review will cover the fourth grade curricula only.
Funding Source: University of Missouri Extension and USDA's Food Stamp Program
Record  287  of   370New Search    
Title:Show Me Nutrition: Kindergarten curriculum
Pub. date: January 2006, updated 2012
Includes: complete curriculum
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: The Show-Me-Nutrition curriculum reinforces behaviors that support a healthy weight for kids such as being more physically active, spending less time watching television and playing computer and video games, eating a healthy breakfast eating more fruits and vegetables, drinking less soda and sweetened fruit drinks. The curriculum is a sequential nutrition education curriculum intended for pre-K through grade 8. This curriculum supports Missouri’s School Wellness Policy and meets the State of Missouri’s Show Me educational standards for health and physical education. Activities align to reinforce communication arts and math GLE's. Curriculum materials are available as printed copies for each of the grade levels. While a binder is not included, the print materials come hole punched with accompanying dividers, cover and spine labels. This review will cover the kindergarten curricula only.
Funding Source: University of Missouri funds and USDA's Food Stamp Program
Record  288  of   370New Search    
Title:Show Me Nutrition: Pre-kindergarten curriculum
Pub. date: January 2006 - updated 2012
Includes: complete curriculum
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: The Show-Me-Nutrition curriculum reinforces behaviors that support a healthy weight for kids such as being more physically active, spending less time watching television and playing computer and video games, eating a healthy breakfast eating more fruits and vegetables, drinking less soda and sweetened fruit drinks. The curriculum is a sequential nutrition education curriculum intended for pre-K through grade 8. This curriculum supports Missouri’s School Wellness Policy and meets the State of Missouri’s Show Me educational standards for health and physical education. Activities align to reinforce communication arts and math GLE's. Curriculum materials are available as printed copies for each of the grade levels. While a binder is not included, the print materials come hole punched with accompanying dividers, cover and spine labels. This review will cover the pre-kindergarten curriculum only.
Funding Source: University of Missouri funds and USDA's Food Stamp Program
Record  289  of   370New Search    
Title:Show Me Nutrition: Second grade curriculum
Pub. date: January 2006, updated 2012
Includes: complete curriculum
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: The Show-Me-Nutrition curriculum reinforces behaviors that support a healthy weight for kids such as being more physically active, spending less time watching television and playing computer and video games, eating a healthy breakfast eating more fruits and vegetables, drinking less soda and sweetened fruit drinks. The curriculum is a sequential nutrition education curriculum intended for pre-K through grade 8. This curriculum supports Missouri’s School Wellness Policy and meets the State of Missouri’s Show Me educational standards for health and physical education. Activities reinforce the core areas of; communication arts, math, science and social studies. Curriculum materials are available as printed copies for each of the grade levels. While a binder is not included, the print materials come hole punched with accompanying dividers, cover and spine labels. This review will cover the second grade curricula only.
Funding Source: University of Missouri Extension and USDA's Food Stamp Program
Record  290  of   370New Search    
Title:Show Me Nutrition: Seventh and eighth grade curriculum
Pub. date: January 2006, updated 2012
Includes: complete curriculum
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: The Show-Me-Nutrition curriculum reinforces behaviors that support a healthy weight for kids such as being more physically active, spending less time watching television and playing computer and video games, eating a healthy breakfast eating more fruits and vegetables, drinking less soda and sweetened fruit drinks. The curriculum is a sequential nutrition education curriculum intended for pre-K through grade 8. This curriculum supports Missouri’s School Wellness Policy and meets the State of Missouri’s Show Me educational standards for health and physical education. Activities reinforce communications arts and math GLE’s. Curriculum materials are available as printed copies for each of the grade levels. While a binder is not included, the print materials come hole punched with accompanying dividers, cover and spine labels. This review will cover the seventh and eighth grade curricula only.
Funding Source: University of Missouri funds and USDA's Food Stamp Program
Record  291  of   370New Search    
Title:Show Me Nutrition: Sixth grade curriculum
Pub. date: January 2006, updated 2012
Includes: complete curriculum
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: The Show-Me-Nutrition curriculum reinforces behaviors that support a healthy weight for kids such as being more physically active, spending less time watching television and playing computer and video games, eating a healthy breakfast eating more fruits and vegetables, drinking less soda and sweetened fruit drinks. The curriculum is a sequential nutrition education curriculum intended for pre-K through grade 8. This curriculum supports Missouri’s School Wellness Policy and meets the State of Missouri’s Show Me educational standards for health and physical education. Activities reinforce communications arts and math GLE’s. Curriculum materials are available as printed copies for each of the grade levels. While a binder is not included, the print materials come hole punched with accompanying dividers, cover and spine labels. This review will cover the sixth grade curricula only.
Funding Source: University of Missouri Extension and USDA's Food Stamp Program
Record  292  of   370New Search    
Title:Show Me Nutrition: Third grade curriculum
Pub. date: January 2006, updated 2012
Includes: complete curriculum
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: The Show-Me-Nutrition curriculum reinforces behaviors that support a healthy weight for kids such as being more physically active, spending less time watching television and playing computer and video games, eating a healthy breakfast eating more fruits and vegetables, drinking less soda and sweetened fruit drinks. The curriculum is a sequential nutrition education curriculum intended for pre-K through grade 8. This curriculum supports Missouri’s School Wellness Policy and meets the State of Missouri’s Show Me educational standards for health and physical education. Activities reinforce communications arts and math GLE’s. Curriculum materials are available as printed copies for each of the grade levels. While a binder is not included, the print materials come hole punched with accompanying dividers, cover and spine labels. This review will cover the third grade curricula only.
Funding Source: University of Missouri Extension and USDA's Food Stamp Program
Record  293  of   370New Search    
Title:Simple Steps Toward Better Health-and they are Free!
Pub. date: July 2007
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Brochure
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults, Parents, Children, Low income households
Language: English
Description: This brochure, from the Healthy Weight Awareness Campaign, encourages families to be active and to eat healthy. It provides 24 easy and free steps to better health for your family.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service funds for Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE)
Record  294  of   370New Search    
Title:Simply Good Eating Recipe Cards: Volume 1
Pub. date: 2000
Includes: Recipes are currently only available online.
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: Recipes are divided into the following categories: Main Dishes, Soups, Side Dishes, Breads, Desserts, and Snacks. Also includes information cards on food substitutions, spices and herbs, and cooking rice, beans and pasta. Includes a recipe for Magic Mix and several recipes for kid-friendly snacks (i.e., Peanut Butter Reindeer and Smile a Mile Apples).
Funding Source: US Department of Agriculture, Food Stamp Program
Record  295  of   370New Search    
Title:Simply Good Eating Recipe Cards: Volume 2
Pub. date: 1999
Includes: Recipes are currently only available online.
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: Set of recipes organized into seven categories: Main Dishes, Soups, Money-saving Mixes, Side Dishes, Breads, Desserts, and Snacks. Also includes information cards on food resource management, food safety, and cooking for one or two. Includes many basic recipes such as meat loaf, Chicken Noodle Soup and Roast Turkey as well as some more diverse offerings like American Indian Fry Bread and Spring Rolls with Peanut Sauce.
Funding Source: US Department of Agriculture Food Stamp Program
Record  296  of   370New Search    
Title:Small Group, Adult Nutrition Lessons
Pub. date: 2001 - 2014
Includes: Lesson plans, background material for the educator, activities and handouts.
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: Adult Lessons are made for use with small groups (4-15 people). Their purpose is to improve participants' food security by helping them identify and adopt changes that they both need and are willing to make. Lessons strive to improve participants':
  • Ability to have enough to eat without resorting to emergency food assistance
  • Safe handling, preparation and storage of food
  • Thrifty shopping for and preparation of nutritious foods
  • Eating and lifestyle behaviors to be consistent with the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and MyPyramid
All lessons are: sensitive to the needs of multi-cultural audiences, interactive, research-based, behaviorally-focused and learner-driven.

Each lesson provides background information that the instructor can use to answer questions participants may have; a materials list; a lesson plan with handouts; and, an explanation of what makes the lesson a behaviorally focused lesson.

Funding Source: Food Stamp Program
Record  297  of   370New Search    
Title:Small Steps to Health
Pub. date: October 2008
Edition: 1st
Includes: curriculum binder, CD with handouts and recipes
Audience: Multiple Audiences, adult, elder, parent, Hispanic
Language: English, handouts and recipes available in English and Spanish
Description: A nine-lesson curriculum to help adults improve their diet quality, food security, and family food safety.
Funding Source: Family Nutrition Program, Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service in partnership with Indiana Family & Social Services Administration and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Record  298  of   370New Search    
Title:Small Steps to Health and Wealth
Pub. date: 2006
Edition: 1st
Includes: Book, workbook
Audience: Nutrition Educators, Adults
Language: English
Description: Small Steps to Health and Wealth, explores 20 similarities between health and wealth issues; reviews common obstacles to change; helps the reader set personal goals; and provides 25 strategies that can be used to modify behaviors to accomplish those goals.
Funding Source: NRAES Cooperative Extension
Record  299  of   370New Search    
Title:Smart Choices in the Grocery Store Pilot Project
Pub. date: July 2007
Edition: 1st
Includes: Grocery store events
Audience: Parents, Children, Elderly, Shoppers
Language: English, will be translated to Spanish at a later date
Description: This project was developed after a review of published grocery store campaigns found few provided comprehensive nutrition education needed by FSNE eligibles. It includes six planned grocery store events, each on a different nutrition topic. Specific objectives are set up for each event. Each grocery store event lasts four hours and is manned with trained paraprofessionals and volunteers. The events feature a bite sized portion of a new recipe or food, store intercom announcements, handouts for adults and children, table top displays, and small posters. Logs are used to record client’s responses and predetermined questions measure the impact of the event. The events are advertised using PSAs and the items used in the recipes are featured on store coupons and flyers.
Funding Source: Food Stamp Program, USDA
Record  300  of   370New Search    
Title:Smart Choices Newsletter
Pub. date: 2001-2011
Edition: vol 1-9
Includes: newsletter
Audience: Multiple Audiences, parents, elderly, adults
Language: English
Description: This is a set of 11 newsletters designed for parents and caregivers with a low budget for food, published by the New Hampshire Food Stamp Program, and the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, Nutrition Connections Program. Issues contain information about nutrition, money saving shopping tips and food safety. Each issue also features a recipe and a section called “Ask Miss Smarty”. Issues are 4 pages each, with 3 pages of information and a space for a mailing label and the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension logo on the back.
Funding Source: USDA SNAP Grant dollars
Record  301  of   370New Search    
Title:Smart Choices Nutrition Curriculum for Youth
Pub. date: 2008
Includes: Lesson Plans, Fact Sheets, PowerPoint Presentations
Audience: Children, FSNE and EFNEP Eligible Youth Audiences
Language: English, Spanish planned
Description: Smart Choices Youth is a community nutrition education program of the Louisiana State University (LSU) AgCenter for Grades 5 – 8. There are 10 complete lessons covering important topics such as label reading, breakfast and snacks, and the food groups. Lessons include PowerPoint slides, handouts, interactive activities and discussions. Curriculum is based off the Smart Choices curriculum for adults and comes complete in a binder or on a CD-Rom.
Funding Source: Food Stamp Nutrition Education, EFNEP
Record  302  of   370New Search    
Title:Smart Choices: A Community Nutrition Education Program
Pub. date: 2005
Includes: The curriculum package includes lesson plans, accompanying flip charts, PowerPoint presentations, exhibits, and fact/activity sheets. Marketing materials – poster, brochures, magnet, card – also available.
Audience: Adults, Low literacy, Low income, Rural and Urban
Language: English, Spanish planned
Description: The Smart Choices program is designed to teach people with limited resources how to improve their dietary practices and become more effective managers of available resources. Classes teach participants ways to stretch their food dollars, how to reduce the risk of food-borne illness, recipes and suggestions for introducing new foods in their diet and eating more meals at home with family, tips for gardening, and referral information for other community resources and assistance programs.
Funding Source: FSNE and EFNEP
Record  303  of   370New Search    
Title:Snapshots & Stories: My Voice, My Community
Pub. date: 8/2012
Edition: 1st
Includes: Book
Audience: Children, Elementary School
Language: English
Description: "This photovoice guide contains 11 lessons to help community youth organizations expand their nutrition education activities with elementary-age school children through an engaging project.

The kit will help empower children to make healthy choices and advocate for healthy changes in their communities. The lessons use photography to tell a story about food and play (physical activity) environments in the community from a child’s perspective. The kit can be used afterschool and/or expanded learning settings. Currently under review to show how activities are linked with Common Core standards."

Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed
Record  304  of   370New Search    
Title:So Easy To Preserve
Pub. date: 2006
Edition: 5th
Includes: Book
Audience: Nutrition Educators, Adults
Language: English
Description: So Easy to Preserve is a 375-page book with over 185 tested recipes, along with step by step instructions and in-depth information for both the new and experienced food preserver. Chapters include Preserving Food, Canning, Pickled Products, Jellied Fruit Products, Freezing and Drying. This edition has a new section with recommended procedures for home-canned salsas. The book incorporates the U.S. Department of Agriculture recommendations for safe food preservation. A So Easy to Preserve DVD series is sold separately.
Record  305  of   370New Search    
Title:So Easy to Preserve DVD
Pub. date: 2005
Includes: Video Series on 2 DVD Discs
Audience: Nutrition Educators, Adults
Language: English
Description: "The So Easy to Preserve video series consists of eight shows (20 to 35 minutes each), which provide a discussion of preservation principles and how-to demonstrations of food preservation methods. Features include home canning of tomatoes, vegetables and fruits; freezing fruits and vegetables; drying fruits and vegetables; pickling; making jams and jellies; and, a show devoted to the canned specialties of hot chile salsa, mango chutney and spicy jicama relish. The methods demonstrated continue our tradition of teaching USDA-recommended practices for food safety as well as high quality finished products. This series was produced with the assistance of CSREES-USDA under the National Center for Home Food Processing and Preservation project."
Record  306  of   370New Search    
Title:Somali Nutrition Discussion Summary
Pub. date: 2006
Includes: summary of research
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: This document is a summary of a series of discussions related to nutrition and health with members of a Somali community in Maine. The discussions identified needs and interests related to nutrition education, and have been used to inform the development of a nutrition education program that focuses on Somali women.
Funding Source: USDA, Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program
Record  307  of   370New Search    
Title:Soulful Recipes: Building Healthy Traditions Cookbook
Pub. date: October 2008
Edition: 1st
Includes: Spiral bound recipe book
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults, Elderly
Language: English
Description: “This unique, full-color cookbook features 36 healthy versions of down-home favorites or new dishes that readers will find quick and easy to make for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. The cookbook aims to help families become Champions for Change by incorporating more fruits and vegetables and physical activity into their day. Along with the mouthwatering recipes, readers will also appreciate the cookbook's cultural appearance, food storage tips, dietary recommendations, physical activity ideas, and spotlight articles. This extraordinary cookbook also incorporates Caribbean, Creole, and West African cooking styles and embraces the healthy usage of an array of herbs & spices to bring out the delicious flavor of each dish. Pennywise shoppers will enjoy this cookbook's use of low-cost ingredients that are commonly bought at the grocery store or that can easily be obtained through food assistance programs. Ingredients for the recipes are used in a variety of forms, including fresh, frozen, canned, and dried. The cookbook will inspire families to try new, lip-smacking dishes like Nellie's Kale Stew, Vegetable Brunch Pie, and Sweet Potato Apple Bake.”
Funding Source: California Department of Public Health, Network for a Healthy California, USDA SNAP
Record  308  of   370New Search    
Title:Spanish/English Pictorial Recipes Set 1
Pub. date: not dated
Includes: Handouts, recipes
Audience: Adults, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: English and Spanish versions of recipes that use illustrations to communicate food preparation techniques. Includes: Apple-Cheese Bake, Chicken Mole, Crustless Pumpkin Pie, Enchilada Rice, Fruit Salad With Jicama, Pineapple Slaw, Taco Salad, Taco Pizza, Chicken Pozole Soup, and Master Mix.
Funding Source: Oregon Department of Human Services, Oregon Family Nutrition Program, Oregon State University Extension Service
Record  309  of   370New Search    
Title:Spanish/English Pictorial Recipes Set 2
Pub. date: not dated
Includes: Recipes
Audience: Adults, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: English and Spanish versions of recipes that use illustrations to communicate food preparation techniques. Includes: Breakfast Burrito, Tuna Turnovers, Funny Face! (design a face on a sandwich), Spicy Rice Casserole, Peanut Butter Cookies, Anything Smoothie, Carrot-Raisin Salad, Splendid Fruit Salad, Fruit Cocktail, and Orange Smoothie.
Funding Source: Oregon Department of Human Services, Oregon Family Nutrition Program, Oregon State University Extension Service
Record  310  of   370New Search    
Title:Spanish/English Pictorial Recipes Set 3
Pub. date: not dated
Includes: Recipes
Audience: Adults, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: English and Spanish versions of recipes that use illustrations to communicate food preparation techniques. Includes: Fruit Slush, Old-Fashioned Dressing, Apple Smiles, Honey Milk Balls, Oriental Rice, Vegetables and Turkey/Chicken Stir-Fry, Magical Fruit Salad, A Simple Mexican Salad, Lasagna, and Turkey Gravy.
Funding Source: Oregon Department of Human Services, Oregon Family Nutrition Program, Oregon State University Extension Service
Record  311  of   370New Search    
Title:Spanish/English Pictorial Recipes Set 4
Pub. date: not dated
Includes: Recipes
Audience: Adults, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: English and Spanish versions of recipes that use illustrations to communicate food preparation techniques. Includes: Pancakes, Biscuits, Ginger Orange Muffins, Gingerbread Mix, Fiesta Mix, Ginger Cookies, Ginger Orange Cake, Yogurt Sundaes, Italian Style Vegetables, and Chinese Cabbage Salad.
Funding Source: Oregon Department of Human Services, Oregon Family Nutrition Program, Oregon State University Extension Service
Record  312  of   370New Search    
Title:Spend Smart. Eat Smart.
Pub. date: January 2008
Includes: Web site, includes activities and interactive tools.
Audience: Adults, parents
Language: English
Description: Spend Smart. Eat Smart. is a Web site developed by Iowa State University Extension to offer information that can help families stretch food dollars and yet provide nutritious meals.

The Web site focuses on three areas: Planning to Shop, Shopping the Store, and Preparing Meals. Each category has tips beyond the usual available information, along with recipes and shopping tips, and interactive learning experiences.

Visitors can calculate their family's food dollars using the USDA's low-cost food plan, play the smart grocery shopping game or the Fast Food for Busy Families game.

Funding Source: Iowa State University Extension
Record  313  of   370New Search    
Title:Spending Your Calorie Salary: Tips for Using MyPlate
Pub. date: Updated 02/2012
Includes: PowerPoint, related handout
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults, Older Adults
Language: English
Description: "The USDA's MyPlate symbolizes a simple, personalized approach to remind consumers to make healthy food choices and be active every day. Think of MyPlate as a “calorie salary" guide than helps you get hte most health and enjoyment from what you eat. Plan calories the same as major expenses — a car, house, vacation, etc".
Funding Source: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Record  314  of   370New Search    
Title:Spending Your Calorie Salary: Youth Version
Pub. date: Updated 4/07
Includes: PowerPoint, related handout
Audience: Children, Teenagers, Adults
Language: English
Description: This PowerPoint presentation is designed to be used with teens and tweens. It is a streamlined version of the adult version of Spending Your Calorie Salary: Tips for Using MyPyramid and Have Your Cake & Eat It, Too! MyPyramid & Discretionary Calories.
Funding Source: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Record  315  of   370New Search    
Title:Squeezed by Rising Food Prices?
Pub. date: September 2008
Includes: Handout available online in PDF or HTML format, printed copies available.
Audience: Multiple Audiences
Language: English
Description: This handout contains tips on how the consumer can save money at the grocery store, when eating out, when eating at home, and when eating at work. It also includes short tips about community resources available help save money on food.
Funding Source: FSNE and other funds
Record  316  of   370New Search    
Title:Stairs: This is an Exercise Machine
Pub. date: July 2007
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Poster
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults, Parents, Children, Low income households
Language: English
Description: This poster, from the Healthy Weight Awareness Campaign, highlights simple steps to better health, such as using the stairs.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service funds for Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE)
Record  317  of   370New Search    
Title:Stretching Your Supermarket Dollars
Pub. date: 12/2005
Edition: 2nd
Includes: handout
Audience: Multiple Audiences, parent, adult
Language: English
Description:

Stretching Your Supermarket Dollars is a 4 page publication that discusses strategies for saving money at the supermarket, including grocery ads, coupons, meal planning, price comparisons, times to shop, and label reading. It is available online as a free download.

Record  318  of   370New Search    
Title:Supermarket Savvy Tour Training Kit
Pub. date: Updated 2008
Includes: Tour Training Kit either downloadable as an Adobe Acrobat file or in a binder.
Audience: Nutrition Educators, adult
Language: English
Description: Plan a successful supermarket tour with this step-by-step guide that includes sections on Marketing, Financial Planning, Conducting the Tour, Aisle-by-Aisle Teaching Modules, Concluding the Tour, and Evaluating the Tour. The extensive Appendix includes sample letters for supermarkets, physicians, food editors; examples of a brochure, newsletter articles, press releases and forms for gift certificates, responses, and evaluation tools. The Aisle-by-Aisle Teaching Modules cover 8 areas of the supermarket and come with 10 copy ready Tip Sheets.
Record  319  of   370New Search    
Title:Tailoring Nutrition Education to Older Adults
Pub. date: 1999
Includes: Facilitator’s Guide, including reproducible handouts, Videocassette, Cassette Tape of 8 Public Service Announcements (PSA).
Audience: Older Adults
Language: English
Description: The training program has a twofold objective for nutrition educators working with the elderly, 1) to recognize that older adults are a unique population and therefore learn differently 2) to incorporate this knowledge to provide appropriate nutrition education. The videocassette component is divided into 7 sections with a 'stop and learn' opportunity with activities corresponding to each unit. Content covers the following topics 1) the unique opportunity for nutrition education for older adults and the physical changes/stages of the aging process 2) nutritional needs, chronological vs. functional age, and nutrition-related diseases of the elderly 3) specific challenges that face older adults 4) physical changes of aging, safety concerns and referrals 5) utilizing the group setting of nutrition educators for problem solving 6) recognizing that there are frustrations and gifts of working with older populations 7) review of key concepts and conclusion. Materials also include instructions for the compilation of a 'Simulated Aging Kit'. This kit and the associated activities are designed to simulate the aging process and provide educators reflection and experiential learning. The kit includes simulation of aging in areas including: sight and visual (plastic wrap blindfold); mobility, flexibility, and dexterity (bandaging fingers together); hearing (cotton balls in the ears); maneuvering with a device such as a cane or walker; and the challenges associated with gradual sensory decreases in the sense of smell, taste and flavor recognition. Participants perform several routine tasks associated with the preparation, service and consumption of food under these simulated circumstances and rank the difficulty.
Funding Source: EFNEP
Record  320  of   370New Search    
Title:Team Up at Home: Team Nutrition Activity Booklet
Pub. date: May 2007
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Activity Book
Audience: Parents, Children, Elementary school
Language: English
Description: This is a collection of hands-on nutrition education activities for parents to use with their school-age children. This 36-page activity booklet is in a reproducible format for classroom and community use.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service
Record  321  of   370New Search    
Title:Teen Battle Chef
Pub. date: 2014 (original publication 2003)
Edition: 5th
Includes: Toolkit including curriculum, recipes, activities, handouts, 3-part certificate training (distance learning and hands on); program evaluation and training
Audience: Children, Middle School, High School, Teenagers
Language: English
Description: “A Youth Development Program exploring culinary, nutrition, food systems, and gardening education, while battling obesity and chronic disease.

Jr./Teen Battle Chef (TBC) empowers youth to challenge themselves on a skill level while practicing being part of a team effort. Young people develop leadership, teamwork, and culinary skills while gaining nutrition knowledge and a new appreciation for diverse, healthy, and sustainably-produced food. Most importantly, TBC students become agents of change, sharing their new cooking skills and excitement for healthy eating with their friends and family one recipe at a time!"

Funding Source: FamilyCook Productions; HealthCorps; Ford Foundation; Urban Assembly
Record  322  of   370New Search    
Title:Teen Parents Newsletters package
Pub. date: February 2007
Includes: package of 10 newletters
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Pregnant/Breast feeding, Parents, Teenage Parents
Language: English
Description: This collection of 10 newsletters supports lessons 3 through 12 of the Teen Parents curriculum by reinforcing lesson content with additional information and activities. The colorful newsletters are available on glossy paper or can be printed from free online PDFs.
Funding Source: EFNEP and FSNE
Record  323  of   370New Search    
Title:Teen Parents: Nutrition Curriculum for Pregnant and Parenting Teens
Pub. date: 6/07
Includes: complete curriculum
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Pregnant/Breast feeding, Parents, Teenage Parents
Language: English
Description: Teen Parents is a nutrition curriculum that teaches pregnant and parenting teens how to make the healthiest choices for their bodies and their babies. The curriculum supports the National Health Education Standards and the State of Missouri Education Standards. Teen Parents focuses on how to be healthy while pregnant and deliver a healthy baby. The curriculum is available online as a PDF or printed copies can be ordered. The printed curriculum fits into a three-ring binder and includes tabs for easy organization of each lesson, and 38 handouts designed to be copied.
Funding Source: EFNEP and FSNE
Record  324  of   370New Search    
Title:Teen Parents: Take a Taste for You and Your Baby Recipe Cards
Pub. date: 6/07
Edition: 2007
Includes: recipe cards
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Pregnant/Breast feeding, Parents, Teenage Parents
Language: English
Description: From breakfast burritos to tortilla soup, this collection includes 50 recipes that are quick, healthy and delicious! The collection also includes cards with basic “how-to” cooking information. Printed recipe cards can be ordered or the recipe cards can be accessed as a free online PDF. Designed to supplement Teen Parents curriculum.
Funding Source: EFNEP and FSNE
Record  325  of   370New Search    
Title:Test Your Summer Food Safety Savvy
Pub. date: June, 2011
Includes: PowerPoint Slides
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: Test Your Summer Food Safety Savvy is an online slide show or PowerPoint presentation that teaches about food safety topics specific to Summer. Presentation includes a food safety quiz specifically tailored to Summer-related safety issues.
Funding Source: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Record  326  of   370New Search    
Title:The 24-Hour Food Recall: An Essential Tool in Nutrition Education
Pub. date: 1998, revised July 2010
Edition: 2nd
Includes: DVD, In-Service Training Manual.
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: In-Service training program provides instruction for conducting an accurate and reliable 24 hour food recall. Appropriate for use with new paraprofessional employees or to improve the methods of experienced staff. The videotape has built in stopping points for the instructor to conduct nine activities to reinforce learning. Features a sample 24 hour food recall interspersed with comments from experienced nutrition dietary recall staff. The key topics reviewed are: establishing trust, use of body language, tips to improve accuracy, using open-ended and follow up questions, creating a recall kit, analyzing serving sizes, reviewing a food recall and coding foods properly for computer analysis. Instructions in the facilitators guide contain objectives, discussion topics, materials list, handouts (24-hour recall form, open ended questions, a basic conversions worksheet with answer sheet and an evaluation form) and the activities.
Funding Source: US Department of Agriculture Food Stamp Program, Oklahoma State Cooperative Extension Service
Record  327  of   370New Search    
Title:The A, B, C's for a Healthy School
Pub. date: Updated 9/2007
Includes: PowerPoint slides
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: This PowerPoint is designed to help nutrition educators develop and promote a school wellness policy. Slides may be adapted, deleted, added and used any way the educator sees fit.
Funding Source: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Record  328  of   370New Search    
Title:The ABCs of Health-Focused Well-Being
Pub. date: January 2008
Edition: 1
Includes: Handout
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: This is an 8-page color handout that seeks to convey the breadth and richness of a health-centered (versus a weight-centered) approach to well-being through definitions and descriptions of 38 terms. These terms from A to Z range from “BMI,” “obese,” “portion control,” and “individual responsibility” to “kitchen,” “lifestyles,” “nerve and courage” and “thin-bashing.” The handout also features quotes from an author, an artist, and culture critic and everyday people related to a number of the terms.
Funding Source: In part, WIN the Rockies, USDA/IFAFS #0004499
Record  329  of   370New Search    
Title:The Cooking Demo Book
Pub. date: 2001, 2006, 2011
Includes: Book, CDs with Power Point & eBook
Audience: Multiple Audiences, staff, African American, Asian American, Hispanic, Italian, Latin
Language: English
Description: The Cooking Demo Ideas Book can be used as a reference for educators who teach cooking, conduct cooking demonstrations or perform any kind of food demos. It includes recipes, basic cooking techniques and important nutrition tips. It is updated for MyPlate and the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Several formats are given, allowing educators flexibility to choose the one that will work best for their needs.
Funding Source: Food and Health Communications, Inc.
Record  330  of   370New Search    
Title:The Family & World Health Series
Pub. date: 2006-2009
Edition: 1st
Includes: Book
Audience: Children
Language: English, Spanish
Description: The Family & World Health Series of books is for children and parents, covering such themes as nutrition, dental health, reading, breastfeeding and environmental education. Specific books in the 'We Like to' series include We Like to Eat Well, We Like to Help Cook and We Like to Move.
Funding Source: Kalindi/HOHM Press
Record  331  of   370New Search    
Title:The Food Game
Pub. date: 2008
Edition: 1st
Includes: Game - 4 game board plates, 4 player pieces, spinner & instruction booklet
Audience: Parents, Children
Language: English
Description: The Food Game is designed to allow parents to instill a healthier eating lifestyle in their children. The game, to be played at mealtime, creates a fun atmosphere to accompany the introduction of healthier foods to children.
Record  332  of   370New Search    
Title:The Garden Grocery: Food Safety & Selection at the Farmers' Market
Pub. date: 5/2007, updated 5/2008
Includes: PowerPoint, related handout and online slideshow
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults, Older teenagers, Parents, Caregivers
Language: English
Description: “The Garden Grocery” is a presentation that teaches students what to expect and what to look for at the farmers’ market. Various topics are covered including nutrients found in fruits and vegetables, storage tips, and ways to get more fruits and vegetables in meals and snacks. The presentation is available as an online slideshow or a downloadable PDF file. An accompanying two page handout includes the same facts from the slideshow in a concise, portable format.
Funding Source: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
Record  333  of   370New Search    
Title:The Great Garden Detective Adventure
Pub. date: January 2013
Includes: Teacher’s Guide, 11 lessons and appendices, curriculum tools, parent newsletters (Garden Detective News)
Audience: Children, Elementary School , Grades 3 and 4
Language: English
Description: "Discover what fruits and vegetables are sweetest, crunchiest, and juiciest through a series of investigations and fun experiences connecting the school garden to the classroom, school cafeteria, and home. This eleven-lesson curriculum for 3rd and 4th grades includes bulletin board materials, veggie dice, fruit and vegetable flash cards, and ten issues of Garden Detective News for parents/caregivers."
Funding Source: Team Nutrition, United States Department of Agriculture
Record  334  of   370New Search    
Title:The Integrated Nutrition Education Program
Pub. date: 2013 (original publication 1993, updated annually)
Edition: 10
Includes: Curriculum including lesson plans, recipes, activities, and handouts
Audience: Parents, Children, Elementary School
Language: English, Spanish
Description: “Integrated Nutrition Education Program (INEP) is a school-based nutrition curriculum. The lessons are a creative and fun way for children to learn about healthy eating in their classroom and to share what they learn with their families. Each lesson includes a hands-on cooking activity that teaches students how to prepare and taste new and healthy foods, focusing on fruits and vegetables.”
Funding Source: USDA, FNS, SNAP-Ed.
Record  335  of   370New Search    
Title:The Learning Kitchen - Adult
Pub. date: 2013
Includes: Instructor guide, handouts, activity bank, background information, recipe cards, a virtual flipchart, e-newsletters, and evaluation materials
Audience: Adults, Adults with Children, Older Adults, Parents
Language: English
Description: "The Learning Kitchen classes are designed to improve food security for families with limited budgets. In a series of six lessons, participants engage in hands-on cooking and nutrition education activities that focus on balancing and planning meals, stretching food dollars to maximize nutrition, shopping strategies, and cooking techniques. Classes are taught by area chefs and trained nutrition educators."
Funding Source: SNAP-Ed, Hunger Free Vermont
Record  336  of   370New Search    
Title:The Learning Kitchen - Young Adult
Pub. date: 2013
Includes: Instructor guide, handouts, activity bank, background information, recipe cards, a virtual flipchart, e-newsletters, and evaluation materials
Audience: Adults, Young Adults, Teenagers, Older Adults
Language: English
Description: "The Learning Kitchen classes are designed to improve food security for families with limited budgets. In a series of six lessons, participants engage in hands-on cooking and nutrition education activities that focus on balancing and planning meals, stretching food dollars to maximize nutrition, shopping strategies, and cooking techniques. Classes are taught by area chefs and trained nutrition educators."
Funding Source: SNAP-Ed, Hunger Free Vermont
Record  337  of   370New Search    
Title:The Learning Kitchen - Youth
Pub. date: 2013
Includes: Instructor guide, handouts, activity bank, background information, recipe cards, a virtual flipchart, parent letters, youth e-newsletters, and evaluation materials
Audience: Children, Teenagers, 11-14 year olds
Language: English
Description: "The Learning Kitchen classes are designed to improve food security for families with limited budgets. In a series of six lessons, participants engage in hands-on cooking and nutrition education activities that focus on balancing and planning meals, stretching food dollars to maximize nutrition, shopping strategies, and cooking techniques. Classes are taught by area chefs and trained nutrition educators."
Funding Source: SNAP-Ed, Hunger Free Vermont
Record  338  of   370New Search    
Title:The Plains of Grains
Pub. date: 2000, updated 2006
Includes: Handout
Audience: Adults, Nutrition Educators, , Low Lit
Language: English
Description: This two page handout provides information about the use of grains, ingredient substitutions, yield information, and storage tips.
Funding Source: USDA
Record  339  of   370New Search    
Title:The Power of Choice: Helping Youth Make Healthy Eating and Fitness Decisions
Pub. date: January 2003, updated 2008, modified 2014
Includes: Manual and CD
Audience: Nutrition Educators, Middle School, Adolescents
Language: English
Description: The Power of Choice Leader's guide provides10 topic based-interactive lessons to be used by after-school program leaders with adolescents. The goal of this material is to empower pre-teens to make healthy food and lifestyle choices. Each topic lesson is broken into categories: skill-based outcome, empowerment messages, background information, topic activity, and a wrap up/summary. Included in the Leader's Guide are a recipe booklet, parent letter, nutrition facts cards, reproducible handouts, and four topical posters. An accompanying CD also contains additional activities, tips for improved communication with adolescents, a training video for the adult leaders, and a song for pre-teens.
Funding Source: US Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service, U.S . Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Food and Drug Administration
Record  340  of   370New Search    
Title:The Role of Nutrition in Maintaining Health in the Nation's Elderly: Evaluating Coverage of Nutrition Services for the Medicare Population
Pub. date: 2000
Includes: Available as paperback book or PDF
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: "Malnutrition and obesity are both common among Americans over age 65. There are also a host of other medical conditions from which older people and other Medicare beneficiaries suffer that could be improved with appropriate nutritional intervention. Despite that, access to a nutrition professional is very limited.
  • Do nutrition services benefit older people in terms of morbidity, mortality, or quality of life?
  • Which health professionals are best qualified to provide such services?
  • What would be the cost to Medicare of such services? Would the cost be offset by reduced illness in this population?

This book addresses these questions, provides recommendations for nutrition services for the elderly, and considers how the coverage policy should be approached and practiced. The book discusses the role of nutrition therapy in the management of a number of diseases. It also examines what the elderly receive in the way of nutrition services along the continuum of care settings and addresses the areas of expertise needed by health professionals to provide appropriate nutrition services and therapy."

Record  341  of   370New Search    
Title:The Science of Healthy Behaviors
Pub. date: 2006
Includes: Curriculum for 7-8th Grade Students
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Middle School Students, High School Students, Adults
Language: English
Description: The Science of Healthy Behaviors, for use by middle school teachers, introduces students to the scientific study of behavior and helps them explore how behavioral and social factors influence health. The supplement is a self-contained teacher-ready guide to eight days of guided-inquiry science lessons that explore how behavioral and social factors influence health. This teacher-ready tool includes background information, lesson plans, take-home materials, and a Web-based component. Students build their scientific reasoning and critical thinking skills while investigating how research results help us understand disease.”
Funding Source: National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services
Record  342  of   370New Search    
Title:The State of the American Diet: How Can We Cope?
Pub. date: 07/01/2007
Includes: Research study, fact sheet
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Description: A fact sheet on the results of a 2007 study conducted by Rutgers University and published in the July/September 2007 issue of Topics in Clinical Nutrition. The study summarized peer-reviewed research from 1996 to 2007 on Americans’ dietary intake; food choice motivators, eating times and locations; and food preparation habits. The purpose of the study, funded by the Canned Food Alliance, was to better understand why Americans eat the way they do and to provide recommendations for how Americans can achieve a healthier diet by identifying the behaviors and motivators that influence Americans’ food consumption. The study fact sheet highlights the research findings and provides recommendations for achieving a healthier diet from a panel of food and nutrition experts.
Funding Source: Canned Food Alliance
Record  343  of   370New Search    
Title:Thermy for Kids
Pub. date: 2001, 2007, updated 2013
Includes: Coloring book, game and food safety rules
Audience: Children, Elementary School, Kindergarten, Middle School
Language: English
Description: Includes a food safety coloring and activity book, a food safety mobile game, and a list of Thermy Rules!- 6 guidelines for safe food preparation.
Record  344  of   370New Search    
Title:These are Athletic Shoes
Pub. date: July 2007
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Poster
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults, Parents, Children, Low income households
Language: English
Description: This poster, from the Healthy Weight Awareness Campaign, encourages individuals to take a walk on the beach, in the yard, or around the block.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service funds for Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE)
Record  345  of   370New Search    
Title:Tiny Bites Total Big Calories
Pub. date: April 2001
Includes: Handout
Audience: Adults, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: English handout showing how extra bites throughout the day can provide extra calories.
Funding Source: Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program Funds and Oklahoma Food Stamp Nutrition Education Funds
Record  346  of   370New Search    
Title:To Your Health! Food Safety for Seniors
Pub. date: October 2000, updated September 2006
Includes: Booklet
Audience: Adults, Elder
Language: English, Spanish
Description: Includes food safety information on "how times have changed", risk of food borne illness, safe food handling at home (featuring Fight BAC! Tips), eating out/bringing in food, and thermometer use. Specifically addresses issues for older adults.
Funding Source: FDA/USDA
Record  347  of   370New Search    
Title:Travels and Tastes Through Time
Pub. date: 2004, rev 2009
Edition: 1-4
Includes: Newsletters
Audience: Children, elementary school, middle school
Language: English
Description: A series of four newsletters designed for children in grades 4-6 and their families. It features foods, nutrition, and physical activity in the context of American and Massachusetts history. Features include articles about children's lives in four different historical time periods, a time line, "Ask Boston Bean", a recipe and some enrichment questions or activities to enhance student learning. Issues cover life during the late 1800's and early 1900's, with a time line from 1847 to the 1950's that specifically includes Pilgrims and the Mayflower, Paul Revere and the Revolutionary War, the Industrial Revolution, and Post WIII era.
Funding Source: USDA Food Stamp Nutrition Education
Record  348  of   370New Search    
Title:Tummy Talks
Pub. date: 2003
Includes: children's book
Audience: Children
Language: English, Spanish
Description: Tummy Talks is a children’s book that addresses recognition of feelings of hunger and fullness. External cues can easily overcome the natural ability of children to self-regulate energy intake. Restriction of access to favorite foods appears to enhance the amount of food that is eaten at a subsequent exposure. This book was written to help adults and children alike to self-regulate food intake.
Funding Source: Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program and University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
Record  349  of   370New Search    
Title:TV Moves Me
Pub. date: 2005
Edition: 1
Includes: children's book
Audience: Children
Language: English, Spanish
Description: TV Moves Me is a children’s book to help families think about activities that can be done when watching TV (besides eating). Instead of advising to simply turn off the TV, this book suggests ways to incorporate physical activity into TV viewing time. The book encourages activities that help to keep children fit. The parent’s pages comment on healthy food (as do the pictures).
Funding Source: Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program and University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
Record  350  of   370New Search    
Title:TV: Keep TV and Video Games Out of Your Child's Bedroom
Pub. date: July 2007
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Posters
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults, Parents, Children, Low income households
Language: English
Description: This poster, from the Healthy Weight Awareness Campaign, encourages no television or video games in the bedroom. It also offers simple tips to get up and get moving.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service funds for Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE)
Record  351  of   370New Search    
Title:TV: This is Not an Exercise Machine
Pub. date: July 2007
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Posters
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults, Parents, Children, Low income households
Language: English
Description: This poster, from the Healthy Weight Awareness Campaign, states that children spend an average of 20 hours per week watching television. It also lists the health affects of this, and simple tips to cut back and get moving.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service funds for Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE)
Record  352  of   370New Search    
Title:US Obesity Trends 1985 to 2010
Includes: Electronic Slideshow
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: Slide show presentation showing maps of the United States with side-by-side shaded comparisons of state-based adult obesity rates for 1985-2010.
Record  353  of   370New Search    
Title:USDA Farmers Market Coloring Book
Pub. date: Jan2001, updated Dec2005, Reprinted Apr2008
Includes: Coloring book
Audience: Children
Language: English
Description: Coloring book featuring various agricultural products and farmers markets.
Record  354  of   370New Search    
Title:Using Social Support Networks to Increase Physical Activity
Pub. date: December 2005
Edition: 1st
Includes: online booklet
Audience: Nutrition Educators, Adults
Language: English
Description: This action packet is one in a series of six. It will help you promote support networks to increase physical activity in your community. You will find guidelines for creating partnerships that will help you achieve your goals. Packet resources include background information, real examples, action steps, presentation materials, resources and support materials.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service, funds for Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE)
Record  355  of   370New Search    
Title:Using What Works: Adapting Evidence-Based Programs to Fit Your Needs
Pub. date: April 2006
Includes: book + CD, or download pdf documents from web site
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: Using What Works: Adapting Evidence-Based Programs to Fit Your Needs is a train-the-trainer course designed for health promoters and educators on the national, regional, State and local levels. This course teaches users how to plan a health program using evidence-based programs, also known as research-tested programs. Evidence-based programs have already been conducted, evaluated, and shown to be effective in a given community.
Funding Source: National Cancer Institute, National Institute of Health, Department of Health and Human Services
Record  356  of   370New Search    
Title:Veggie Quickflip™
Pub. date: 2008
Edition: 1st
Includes: Pocket guide
Audience: Adults, Young adults, Teenagers, staff
Language: English
Description: “This colorful easy-to-use pocket guide teaches how to select, store, and cook fresh vegetables. The compact ‘fan’ design makes all the information available at a glance and saves time in the store and in the kitchen. Includes peak season guide, herbs and spices suggestions, and recipes for 35 vegetables. Encourages students and their families to eat a greater variety of vegetables, more often.”
Funding Source: Self-funded
Record  357  of   370New Search    
Title:Walk for Life
Pub. date: May 2007
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Brochure
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adult, Parent, Low income households with children under age 19
Language: English
Description: This brochure, from the Healthy Weight Awareness Campaign, highlights the benefits of walking and tips on how to get started. Also, it includes a test for your “walking wisdom”.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service funds for Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE)
Record  358  of   370New Search    
Title:Walking: A Step in the Right Direction
Pub. date: February 2014
Includes: Booklet
Audience: Adults, African American
Language: English
Description: Provides information on starting a personal walking program. Includes illustrated warm-up instructions.
Record  359  of   370New Search    
Title:We Can!
Pub. date: 2005
Includes: Homepage
Audience: Parents, Children
Language: English, some material available in Spanish
Description: We Can! stands for Ways to Enhance Children's Activity & Nutrition. It is a national education program designed for parents and caregivers to help children ages 8 to13 years old stay at a healthy weight. We Can! offers parents and families tips and fun activities to encourage healthy eating, increase physical activity and reduce sedentary or screen time. It also offers community groups and health professionals resources to implement programs and fun activities for parents and youth in communities around the country.
Funding Source: National Institutes of Health
Record  360  of   370New Search    
Title:What Should I Eat?
Pub. date: February 2007
Includes: wallet card
Audience: Adults
Language: English
Description: Portion sizes can be confusing -- That's where this wallet card comes in handy. This colorful card can be tucked into any wallet for easy reference on portion sizes. Portion sizes are described in easy-to-visualize everyday objects. For example, one serving from the grain group can include a pancake the size of a compact disc, while one serving from the milk group can include 1-1/2 ounces of hard cheese, equivalent to six dice.
Funding Source: EFNEP and FSNE
Record  361  of   370New Search    
Title:What's Cookin' in the Classroom Curriculum
Pub. date: 2013
Includes: Curriculum, activities
Audience: Children, Elementary School, Kindergarten
Language: English
Description: "What's Cookin' in the Classroom is an interdisciplinary educational curriculum that focuses on nutrition while encompassing language arts and heritage storytelling. It also promotes literacy, creativity, and health and social skills. These lessons were designed for use by teachers and other health professionals or paraprofessionals to provide nutrition education to students in grades K-8th." Lesson titles are: Healthy Snacking, MyPlate Garden Pizza, Soul Food, Thanking the Pumpkin and Three Sisters.
Funding Source: Food Stamp Program
Record  362  of   370New Search    
Title:What's On MyPlate
Pub. date: June 2012
Edition: 1st
Includes: DVD
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adult, Parent
Language: English, Spanish
Description:

"What's on MyPlate?, a video from Purdue University, provides practical, everyday examples of how to follow the United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) MyPlate nutritional guidelines.

The video features footage in English and Spanish and follows a busy, working mom as she highlights practical nutrition and physical activity tipes for following the USDA's MyPlate guidelines. The DVD includes six different (5- to 7-minute) video clips for each food group. Recipes from the video can be found in the Eat Right for Less cookbook."

Funding Source: Health and Human Science Extension - Purdue University, Cooperative Extension Service
Record  363  of   370New Search    
Title:What's on MyPlate? Presenter's Package
Pub. date: July 2012
Edition: 1st
Includes: 3 DVDs, 2 Cookbooks (one English, one Spanish), 2 wall posters, and 100 copies of 2 separate MyPlate handouts
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adult, Parent
Language: English, Spanish
Description: “A special presenter's package provides all the support materials you need for nutrition presentations to 100 participants. Use them to help people learn to eat right.”
Funding Source: Purdue University Cooperative Extension
Record  364  of   370New Search    
Title:Whole Grain Unscramble
Pub. date: 10/23/07
Includes: Word Unscramble Activity
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Children, Adults
Language: English
Description: Nutrition education activity with answer key identifying whole grains.
Funding Source: USDA. SNAP Progam.
Record  365  of   370New Search    
Title:Why Should I Nurse My Baby?
Pub. date: 2005, revised in 2011
Edition: 3
Includes: Book
Audience: Pregnant/breastfeeding
Language: Available in English, Spanish, French, Creole, Vietnamese, Chinese and Native American
Description: The question/answer format covers the areas associated with the first several months of breastfeeding ranging from preparation for breastfeeding, the hospital stay, coming home, breastfeeding aids, weaning to solids, returning to work and referrals for additional information and/or support. Topics include the benefits of breastfeeding, flat/inverted nipples, the physiology of lactation, nursing after birth, positioning, nipple confusion, how often and long to nurse, supplementing and infant formulas, signs that baby is getting enough, pacifier and bottle use, growth spurts, nursing strikes, biting, involving the father, breast pumps, common concerns/complications of breastfeeding for the mother and baby, nutrition and substance use, and the storage and handling of breast milk.
Record  366  of   370New Search    
Title:Winter Workout: Are You Enjoying the Ups and Downs of Winter?
Pub. date: July 2007
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Posters
Audience: Multiple Audiences, Adults, Parents, Children, Low income households
Language: English
Description: This poster, from the Healthy Weight Awareness Campaign, encourages outdoor physical activity in the winter time, such as sledding.
Funding Source: United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service funds for Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE)
Record  367  of   370New Search    
Title:Writing for a Changing World: Reaching Low Literacy Audiences with Print Material
Pub. date: 1993
Includes: Currently Web accessible only
Audience: Nutrition Educators
Language: English
Description: Features writing tips and resources designed to help Cooperative Extension staff communicate health messages to audiences with limited literacy skills.
Record  368  of   370New Search    
Title:Your Baby: Bottle Feeding and Tooth Decay
Pub. date: 2002
Includes: Booklet
Audience: Adults, Infant
Language: English, Spanish
Description: Provides information on causes and prevention of tooth decay in babies.
Funding Source: Food Stamp Program
Record  369  of   370New Search    
Title:Your Guide to Diet and Diabetes
Pub. date: 2009
Edition: 2nd
Includes: Web site
Audience: Adults, Hispanic
Language: English, Spanish
Description: Your Guide to Diet and Diabetes originally began as a project to make the Dining with Diabetes Illinois Extension curriculum available on the internet. This Web site is focused on delivering the basics of healthy eating, including portion management, the carbohydrate and fat content of foods, and applications to meal planning and grocery shopping. The Web site aimed to increase understanding of the role that diet plays in diabetes management and thus increase dietary self-care practices.
Funding Source: University of Illinois Extension
Record  370  of   370New Search    
Title:“Live Well! Enjoy Nutrient-Rich Foods” Tool Kit
Pub. date: 2006, revised 2007
Includes: Handouts and Educational Materials for All Ages
Audience: Multiple Audiences
Language: English
Description: This Kit is developed by the Nutrient Rich Foods Coalition, a group of 12 food organizations representing the five MyPyramid food groups. The Tool Kit is a comprehensive educational resource including a Leader Guide and series of reproducible handouts designed to help an educator teach patients and clients to select and enjoy nutrient-rich foods. The goal is to provide a tool to help consumers improve the nutritional quality of their diets by choosing a variety of nutrient-rich foods first while occasionally enjoying favorite “fun” foods.
Funding Source: The Nutrient Rich Foods Coalition

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