Look here for a variety of resources including downloadable health and nutrition worksheets, handouts and infographics to support your dairy nutrition, child health, wellness education and outreach efforts.
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"Clean labels” share information about how a food was produced on-farm and processed prior to arriving at the store. A clean label also means the food carries a short, understandable ingredient list.
Does your stomach not feel right after drinking milk? Have friends and family told you that you might have lactose intolerance? Do you think you shouldn’t drink milk or eat dairy foods? Think again.
¿Siente dolor de estómago luego de beber leche? ¿Sus amigos y familiares le han dicho que puede tener intolerancia a la lactosa? ¿Cree que no debería beber leche o consumir productos lácteos? Piénselo dos veces.
- Dairy foods such as low-fat and fat-free milk, cheese, yogurt and whey powder are convenient and cost-effective ways to power up with protein.
- An 8-ounce glass of milk, 1-ounce of most cheeses and an 8-ounce container of yogurt have as much protein as one egg (6 grams).
- As little as 10 grams of protein can stimulate muscle growth following exercise. Having 8-ounces of fat-free chocolate milk or an 8-ounce container of yogurt can help.
DASH stands for “Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension.” It’s an eating plan that encourages you to eat a wide variety of delicious foods. It’s flexible and can be adapted to your favorite foods, tastes and lifestyle.
DASH, cuyas siglas en inglés corresponden a “Enfoque Alimentario para Detener la Hipertensión” es un plan de alimentación que le anima a comer una variedad de alimentos deliciosos. Es flexible y puede adaptarse a su estilo de vida y sus comidas y gustos favoritos.
The DASH Eating Plan: Make Small Changes to Create a Healthier You.
The FOOD MODELS are full-color images of foods in their common serving size. They are a perfect way for teaching “Balance, Variety and Moderation” — eating from all Five Food Groups, eating a variety of foods within each food group and eating the recommended amounts from each food group every day.