Resources

This video explains the many factors that have contributed to the obesity epidemic, and showcases several community initiatives taking place to prevent and reduce obesity. Obesity is a national epidemic and a major contributor to some of the leading causes of death in the U.S., including heart disease, stroke, diabetes and some types of cancer. We need to change our communities into places that strongly support healthy eating and active living.

Resources for Youth


LetsMoveImage[1]Michelle Obama’s initiative to raise a healthier generation of kids.

LetsMoveImage[1]This website gives you an idea of food portion sizes and tips to healthy eating, on an easy to remember visual. You can also use this page as a physical activity tracker. A great resource!

LetsMoveImage[1]This website gives you an idea of food portion sizes and tips to healthy eating, on an easy to remember visual. You can also use this page as a physical activity tracker. A great resource!

LetsMoveImage[1]An interactive webpage which educates youth and allows them to create their own nutrition plans and physical activity logs.

LetsMoveImage[1]This website, created by the USDA, serves as a Children’s Nutrition Research Center.

LetsMoveImage[1]Click here to learn more about a variety of stretches and strength training exercises. You can even click on animations to see exactly how an exercise should be done.

LetsMoveImage[1]Although this site is intended for adults, it does have ten great tips about how to keep yourself motivated.

LetsMoveImage[1]A guide guide for fitness tips and other health resources.

LetsMoveImage[1]A wealth of health information with articles on how to train for your sport.

LetsMoveImage[1]A fun and interactive guide for kids on a variety of health topics.

LetsMoveImage[1]A fun and interactive guide to teen health made for teens.

LetsMoveImage[1]Seeking Solutions for Healthier Kids.

LetsMoveImage[1]What Do You Drink? It Makes More Difference Than You Think!

Resources for Parents


LetsMoveImage[1]Michelle Obama’s initiative to raise healthier children. This site is for parents and caregivers.

LetsMoveImage[1]A parent’s guide to health questions.

LetsMoveImage[1]American Heart’s guide to protecting your heart, ways to get healthy. This site even offers a health assessment and tracker.

LetsMoveImage[1]The USDA’s guide to eating well. This site also offers great health tips regarding nutrition and physical activity.

LetsMoveImage[1]Tips to getting your children started as healthy eaters.

LetsMoveImage[1]A resource on how to get healthy at any age.

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