Women and Men
Need a break from the daily grind? Take a brisk walk around the block! Want to feel more energized? Add a simple exercise routine to your week! Looking for more family time? Play with your kids!
Physical activity adds many positives to your life every day and it doesn't need to involve expensive equipment or gym memberships. Explore the resources below to start reaping the benefits.
Healthy & Fit on the Go — Great ideas to stay healthy and fit when away from home.
Healthy Eating —Support your health at every stage of life with the foods you eat.
Other Recommended Resources
Physical Activity — ChooseMyPlate.gov; United States Department of Agriculture — Being physically active can improve your health today, tomorrow, and in the future.
Physical Activity for Everyone: Adults — Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — Outlines how much physical activity adults need, gives tips for adding physical activity to your life, and more.
Weight-control Information Network — National Institutes of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases — WIN provides up-to-date, science-based information on weight control, obesity, physical activity, and related nutritional issues.
Fitness and Nutrition — womenshealth.gov; United States Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women's Health — Reviews the basics on healthy eating and physical activity for women.
Women — Nutrition.gov; United States Department of Agriculture — Where to go for women's nutrition information, health issues, and physical activity guidelines. Also has resources for pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Men — Nutrition.gov, United States Department of Agriculture — Where to go for men's nutrition information, health issues, and physical activity guidelines.
Men’s Health — Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics — Scientifically-based food and nutrition information delivered for men in a consumer-friendly way.