All the right tools for passionate nutrition educators.

  • This Month

    Looking for this month’s newsletter, as well as links to articles, handouts, and presentation ideas for the month? Here they are!

  • Nutrition Articles

    Hundreds of articles are here – view the most recent or use the top search box to find just the right topic.

  • Handout Articles

    Need a handout for a client? Download as needed. Check out the PDF Archive for hundreds of ready made handouts and all our newsletters.

  • Practitioner Ideas and News

    Hundreds of presentation ideas, organized by topic, are waiting for you. Try our games, quizzes, activities, food demos, and more!

  • Food Cooking

    Food news and cooking ideas are ready to inspire and educate your clients, deliciously.

Home » Archive by Category

Articles in Handout Articles

Add Bright Colors to Any Holiday Meal

This holiday salad is bright with green and red. It’s a great starter for a holiday meal, or a fun dish to bring to a party or pot luck.

Help! I Have Prediabetes!

Have you or someone you love been diagnosed with prediabetes? Here’s what you need to know.

Try a Healthful and Festive Dessert

Pumpkin isn’t just for early fall! This festive dessert comes together in a snap and is cute enough for any holiday table.

Snacking for Success

Are you a snacker? Most Americans are. We tend to eat throughout the day, rather than opting for three “square” meals. You may think that snacking is a diet destroyer, but it can actually help you stay on track toward your health goal. The secret is in the snack you pick.

Physical Activity Guidelines and You

The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans provide science-based guidance to encourage Americans to improve health through appropriate physical activity. Let’s explore how much, when, why, and how…

How Do Vitamins Work? Part Two

The How Do Vitamins Work? series continues with a closer look at fat-soluble and water-soluble vitamins. What do they do? What foods contain them? Get the answers in today’s post…

Diabetes Display with MyPlate

November is American Diabetes Month, and it’s a great time to raise awareness. Try this interactive display idea to promote healthful habits…

Chop Test: A New Way to Prepare Vegetables

There’s a new approach in town, and this one will offer all the tools you need in order to prepare vegetables in healthful and tasty ways. It’s called the chop test.

Pep Up Your Holiday Table

This sweet-tart relish is great for topping poultry or fish. Add it to your Thanksgiving table!

Avoid or Reduce Inflammation: It’s Possible

Inflammation is the body’s response to infection, injury or irritant. It has been linked to many serious diseases, including heart disease, stroke, many cancers, arthritis, and Alzheimer’s disease. | | |