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This document was developed for health professionals to provide evidence-based nutrition and feeding guidelines, along with red flags for healthy, full-term infants and children up to 6 years of age.
This teacher’s guide for grades 3, 4 and 5 provides information, activities, and games to help incorporate learning about vegetables into school lesson plans.
This toolkit, developed by Halton Food for Thought, includes an activity guide, themed books, and activities to implement the Great Big Crunch event in your school.
This US-based fact sheet provides practical information to support health fundraising in schools to set a positive example and support healthy eating by children, nutrition education, and parents’ efforts to feed their children healthfully.
This tailored food guide includes both traditional foods and store-bought foods that are generally available, affordable and accessible across Canada and provides unique images and content.
This US based report summarizes a two-day convening of community advocates and academics to discuss strategies to improve the nutrition and activity environment to increase health equity.
These guidelines help ensure consistent standards of practice in child care settings. Healthy Eating guidelines promote healthy eating by providing a wide range of nutritious and safe foods in a positive and supportive environment. Active Living Guidelines aim to enable child care educators to promote, role model, and engage children in daily physical activity and provide opportunities for children to develop physical literacy skills.These guidelines are also available in French.
These guidelines help ensure consistent standards of practice in child care settings. Healthy Eating guidelines promote healthy eating by providing a wide range of nutritious and safe foods in a positive and supportive environment. Active Living Guidelines aim to enable child care educators to promote, role model, and engage children in daily physical activity and provide opportunities to develop physical literacy skills.
This guide outlines the basics in the marketing of healthy food and beverage choices in schools. Note all foods sold in Ontario schools must comply to nutrition standards under Ontario`s PPM 150 School Food and Beverage Policy.
This fact sheet outlines the impacts of the shift from a traditional diet, consisting of a wide variety of highly nutritious foods harvested and gathered from the land and water, to a nontraditional diet based on commercially processed and packaged foods that are low in nutritional value.

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