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EatRight Ontario’s new and interactive Food Portions Slideshow is designed to help people compare the food portions they eat to Canada’s Food Guide serving sizes by using their hand.
This handout provides tips increase sales of healthier foods and beverages at concession stands in recreation environments.
This handout provides tips to create healthier vending options in recreation environments.
The purpose of this handout is to share strategies and resources for working with local, municipal decision makers to influence the development and implementation of municipal policies to create healthier community food environments.
This evidence-based report from Saskatchewan, outlines how the built environment can be planned so healthy choices are the default choices. Dietitians who address the built environment go beyond the traditional approach of nutrition education and act on external factors that influence the food choices people make each day. The built environment can support healthy eating and nutrition through access to healthy food choices.
The NutriSTEP® Implementation Toolkit, originally published in 2008, has been replaced by a refreshed version (2015). This Toolkit includes everything you need to plan a nutrition screening program in your community for toddlers and preschoolers.This Toolkit is also available in French.
Originally published in 2008, NutriSTEP has been replaced by a refreshed version (2015). This Toolkit includes everything you need to plan a nutrition screening program in your community for toddlers and preschoolers. This Toolkit is also available in English.
The toolkit provides a range of easy-to-use resources to help your organization create sustainable physical activity and healthy eating programs for people experiencing or recovering from serious mental illness.

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