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  • A GUIDE TO EATING WELL - PHILADELPHIA

    A GUIDE TO EATING WELL – PHILADELPHIA

    A Guide to Eating Well–Philadelphia is a colorful, no-cost nutrition education program that informs individuals and families with limited income about resources for good nutrition in Philadelphia. Available in still, PowerPoint, and video formats. Frame/video program–3 minutes in length. Designed for individuals with basic reading skills …

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  • A GUIDE TO EATING WELL - PA

    A GUIDE TO EATING WELL – PA

    A Guide to Eating Well–PA is a colorful, no-cost nutrition education program that informs individuals and families with limited income about resources for good nutrition in Pennsylvania. Available in still, PowerPoint, and video formats. Frame/video program–3 minutes in length. Designed for individuals with basic reading …

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  • BE SMART. GET A GOOD START. . . BREAKFAST

    BE SMART. GET A GOOD START. . . BREAKFAST

    Be Smart. Get a Good Start. . .Breakfast is a colorful, no-cost nutrition education program designed to encourage youth and their families to have breakfast. Available in still, PowerPoint, and video formats. Frame/video program–3 minutes in length. Designed for individuals with basic reading skills and limited …

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  • A GUIDE TO HEALTHY FOODS AND HERBS

    A GUIDE TO HEALTHY FOODS AND HERBS

    A Guide to Healthy Foods and Herbs is a colorful, no-cost nutrition education program about the health benefits of five helpful herbs, teas and foods—garlic, peppermint, cranberries, ginger and echinacia. 3-minute still frame/video program with support materials. Designed for individuals with basic reading skills and limited …

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  • EATING TOGETHER AS A FAMILY IS WORTH IT

    Eating Together as a Family is Worth It is a colorful, no-cost nutrition education program that reinforces the benefits of families eating meals together and addresses common barriers. Available in still, PowerPoint, and video formats. Frame/video program–3 minutes in length. Designed for individuals with basic reading …

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  • MEALTIME IS FAMILY TIME – ENGLISH

    MEALTIME IS FAMILY TIME

    Mealtime is Family Time is a colorful, no-cost nutrition education program that advises pre-school teachers, parents and caregivers about feeding young children based on the principles of the division of responsibility in feeding and USDA core nutrition messages. 3-minute still frame/video program with reinforcement materials. …

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  • Egg Slides 9 18 1 Page 01

    EGGS CAN MAKE IT HAPPEN

    Eggs Can Make it Happen is a colorful, no-cost nutrition education program designed to encourage women of child-bearing age to eat eggs and other foods that contain whole eggs to improve health. Available in still, PowerPoint, video and animated formats. Still frame/video program—3 minutes in …

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  • SHOULD I EAT LESS SALT SLIDE 1 6.1.15

    SHOULD I EAT LESS SALT?

    Should I eat less SALT is a colorful, no-cost nutrition education program about the health benefits of eating less salt/sodium and includes tips for decreasing salt/sodium intake. Available in still, PowerPoint, video and animated formats. Frame/video program–3 minutes in length. Designed for individuals with basic …

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  • My Child's Weight

    MY CHILD’S WEIGHT

    MY CHILD’S WEIGHT is a colorful, no-cost nutrition education program designed for parents and caregivers of pre-teens and teens from ages 10-14. It addresses parent concerns about their child’s body size, development, and weight changes. This distinctive nutrition education program, based on Ellyn Satter’s model …

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