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The CDC maintains several departments concerned with occupational safety and health.
Nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing about a clearer understanding of the issues surrounding food allergies and providing helpful resources.
The Whole Grains Council helps consumers find whole grain foods and understand their health benefits; helps manufacturers create delicious whole grain products; and helps the media write accurate, compelling stories about whole grains.
Oldways is the widely-respected non-profit "food issues think tank" credited with successfully translating the complex details of nutrition science into the familiar language of food.
Leading national nonprofit organization working to improve public policies and public-private partnerships to eradicate hunger and undernutrition in the United States.
A site for kids and their parents to learn more about health, fitness and nutrition through fun games, recipes and articles
A nonprofit organization designed to increase consumption of fruits and vegetables to 5 or more servings a day to improve health of Americans.
The IFIC Foundation effectively communicates science-based information on health, nutrition and food safety for the public good.
Addresses the epidemic of overweight, sedentary, and undernourished youth by focusing on changes in schools to improve nutrition and increase physical activity.
America On the Move challenges you, your family, and your community to take small steps and make small changes to a healthier way of life.
This growing farm to school movement is supported by eight regional lead agencies that comprise the National Farm to School Network
Ensures access to nutritious, healthful diets for all Americans.
Team Nutrition is an initiative of the USDA Food and Nutrition Service to support the Child Nutrition Programs through training and technical assistance
The National body of school nutrition providing information, education, recipes and membership.
The Natural Resources Defense Council works to protect wildlife and wild places and to ensure a healthy environment for all life on earth.
Under the "Food and Nutrition" tab on the home page, parents have access to a plethora of nutrition resources, including books, newsletters and websites. They will also find Nutrition Fact sheets covering a wide range of topics.
Within the "For Parents" section are tips to help parents help their kids make healthy food choices and exercise more. The section also provides Dietary Guidelines for Healthy Children.
This friendly health and wellness site for kids has a wide range of games, tips, and easy-to-digest information about physical activity, food and nutrition, disease, and safety.
This registration-required site contains interesting and relevant nutrition articles, tips for lighter cooking, and thousands of recipes organized by ingredient, course, occasion, cuisine, and level of convenience. You can also find hundreds of kid-friendly recipes.
From the homepage select any college campus to access a health and wellness section with many useful links and a myth/reality FAQ.
This site is designed for parents with food allergic children. In addition to useful information about common food allergens, parents can sign up to receive alerts about foods that contain food allergens not listed on labels, and receive guidance about how to work with their kids' school and camp administrators.
This is an organization that promotes a healthier, more contemplative lifestyle by promoting Mondays as a day to evaluate you own state of wellness.
This site has completely separate sections for parents, kids, and teens. The parents section contains articles that provide guidance about how to keep kids healthy and active.
Meatless Monday is a national health campaign to help Americans prevent heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and cancer - four of the leading causes of death in America.
Dedicated entirely to the prevention and treatment of eating disorders, this site is replete with information and resources to help parents and friends protect their loved ones. There is also a parent/family network section which provides guidance on how to obtain help and find support networks.
We Can! (Ways to Enhance Children's Activity and Nutrition!) is a national program for parents and caregivers interested in practical tools to help children ages 8-13 stay at a healthy weight. Tips and fun activities focus on three critical behaviors: improved food choices, increased physical activity, and reduced screen time.
This site is sponsored by the National Dairy Council and provides separate sections for parents and kids. The area dedicated to parents provides practical information and tools for helping families balance good nutrition and a busy lifestyle. Parents have access to meal-planning tips, ideas for cooking with their kids, recipes, and nutrition info.
On this site, parents of vegetarian kids and teens can learn about the health aspects of vegetarianism, the special dietary needs of vegetarian kids and teens, and how to prepare meals that will allow them to meet their daily nutrition needs. There are also hundreds of easy-to-make vegetarian recipes.