If you are just getting started, you may want to check out some general websites that give a variety of information:
Not sure how to put it all together into a healthy, balanced meal? Here are some great overviews. In addition, follow us on Pinterest for great pictures and links too!
Interactive Nutritional Information and Games Just for Kids
Helps you calculate your food requirements based on age and activity level
Healthy recipes for home and schools
Snacking is a common time for unhealthy foods to sneak into your diet. Here are tools to keep your snacks healthy!
Need help working on a particular weak spot? Check out these online tools, organized by Food Group.
Fruits and veggies are an important part of your nutrition plan, every day. Here are some great resources for families. Follow us on Pinterest for more ideas!
More Matters: Getting kids to eat fruits and vegetables
Kid-Friendly Veggies and Fruits
Fruits and Veggies More Matters
The Whole Grains Food Stamp
Tips to help you eat whole grains
Fiber and Your Child
Learn more about limiting salt in your diet
Reducing Sodium in Children’s Diets
What about fat? There are good fats and bad fats. Knowing the difference is important in your meal and snack planning
Click here to read more about carbohydrates and sugars!
Meatless Mondays for Kids
Meatless Monday Favorite Recipes
If you have specific dietary needs and restrictions, here are some resources for you.
Food Allergies: Info for Parents
Food Allergies: Info for School
Helps kids, including those with Type 1 Diabetes, calculate nutritional value for a food item, recipe or meal
Diabetic Meal Planning for Schools