Interactive web-based food-buying guide for youth nutrition programs, which allows users to search for information, create food lists, and access tools such as the Recipe Analysis Workbook.
Learn about proven, science-based methods to help people get the recommended amounts of healthy foods — like fruits, vegetables, and whole grains — to reduce their risk for chronic diseases and improve their health. Use these resources to develop programs and policies that are informed by evidence on what's effective, replicable, scalable, and sustainable.
A webinar series featuring leading national and international experts presenting on emerging developments, opportunities, and challenges in childhood obesity prevention research, practice, and policy.
A searchable database of community-based studies assessing known factors impacting rates of childhood obesity, providing information on the study design, measures, content areas, and populations examined.
An obesity prevention toolkit that helps states identify evidence-based and emerging programs, strategies, and interventions.
A list of 196 common activities in which youth participate and the estimated energy cost associated with each activity. It can be used by a wide variety of people—including researchers, health care professionals, teachers and coaches, and fitness professionals—and in a variety of ways—including research, public health policy making, education, and interventions to encourage physical activity in youth. The website includes fact sheets for classroom and physical education teachers as well as public health practitioners.