Celebrate Valentine’s Day with good health

Team up to make healthy choices your family’s love language There are lots of benefits when families make a regular practice of eating together and playing together. Kids who regularly eat with their families are more likely to eat fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. For many families, meal time may be the only time in…

Dad and son cook together

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Happy Holidays

From your friends at Jump IN for Healthy Kids, may your holiday season be full of love, laughs, and good health! See you in 2020! And if you’re looking for healthy eating or physical activity tips around the holidays, be sure to visit our Resource Hub – tons of great materials to chose from. Here’s…

Children laugh together outside

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Food makes a difference

Food culture, quality, access and quantity play a role in obesity; part 2 of 3 in a series for National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month (September) Last week we started a series looking at the causes of childhood obesity , and while it’s true that many children spend too much time interacting with screens and too little…

Chips and salsa

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3 Ways to Get 5 a Day

Strategies to help you eat more fruits and veggies If your family is trying to live a healthy lifestyle, one of the best things you can do is eat five or more servings of fruits and vegetables per day. If you have a reluctant eater, appeal to his curious side and approach the goal as…

Celry sticks with peanut butter and cream cheese

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