Health Tips

 Eat Breakfast

Start the day right with a healthy breakfast: protein, whole grains, fruits & veggies. Try a burrito or parfait for a balanced meal."

Watch Portion Sizes

"Balance your plate: half for fruits/veggies, half for grains/protein. Add fat-free milk/yogurt. Measuring cups help with portion control."

 Be Active

"Stay active for health: start with what you can do. Kids/teens: 60+ mins/day. Adults: 2.5+ hrs/week. Walk, dance, find joy in movement."

Get to Know Food Labels

Nutrition Facts panel guides nutrient choices. Read to make informed decisions for your dietary needs."

Drink More Water

"Stay hydrated: choose water over sugary drinks. Essential for all, especially when active or in hot conditions."

Fix Healthy Snacks

"Energize with healthy snacks: combine food groups. Options: raw veggies + cottage cheese/hummus, nut/seed butter + apple/banana."

Get Cooking

"Home cooking: healthy, rewarding, and affordable. Learn kitchen basics like dicing onions or cooking dried beans."

Consult an RDN

"Get expert advice for weight loss, health, or chronic conditions. Registered dietitian nutritionists offer personalized guidance."

Follow Food Safety Guidelines

"Stay healthy with food safety: wash hands, separate raw and ready-to-eat foods, cook thoroughly, refrigerate promptly. Learn more at [website]."

Reduce Added Sugars

"Avoid added sugars for empty calories. Check Nutrition Facts Label or ingredients list to spot sources of added sugars."

Eat Seafood Twice a Week

"Seafood is rich in omega-3 fats. Choose salmon, trout, oysters, and sardines for higher omega-3s and lower mercury levels."