Nutrition Resources

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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What Foods Can Do For You

You’ve been told over and over to eat right. To choose low-fat and fat-free dairy foods (milk, cheese and yogurt), fruits, vegetables, whole grains and protein foods. But why? What do these foods do for you? Will they give you super powers? Well, not exactly.

Yogurt Facts and Tips

  • Yogurt is an excellent source of calcium and potassium.
  • Yogurt contains live and active cultures, or probiotics. Probiotics can help maintain a healthy digestive system.
  • Yogurt makes a quick and easy breakfast, dessert or snack. It also makes a great dip or topping.

Your Kids Need Calcium

The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends 2 cups of milk and milk products for children ages 2 to 3 years and 2.5 cups for 4 and 5 year-olds.
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