From pregnancy to menopause, and everything in between, your body deserves good fuel. Explore the resources below for information you can use to make healthy choices.
Healthy Eating Basics — Review the basics of a balanced diet.
The Recipe Box — Easy, tasty recipes you can try today.
Healthy & Fit on the Go — Great ideas to stay healthy and fit when away from home.
Active Living: Women and Men — How to work physical activity into your already busy day.
Other Recommended Resources
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.
womenshealth.gov — United States Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women's Health — Clear answers to frequently asked questions and links to thousands of health publications, including health information in Spanish.
Pregnancy — WIC Works Resource System; United States Department of Agriculture — A collection of resources from the USDA that covers a wide range of topics.
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.
InSNC: Individualized Situation-based Nutrition Counseling — Evidence-based curriculum for registered dietitians and nutritionists to tailor their counseling to prevent age-related weight gain in midlife women.
Simply Good Eating for Moms and Kids Book — Curriculum for nutrition educators to teach about healthy eating during pregnancy, age-appropriate foods and feeding practices for babies, and more. Handouts available in English and Spanish.