Skip to main content
U.S. flag

An official website of the United States government

SNAP-Ed Library

Reset all filters
Displaying 1 - 9 of 9 Results
  • Soulful Recipes

    Cookbook featuring healthy recipe versions of African American family-favorite meals and snacks.

    2019 $0.00 California Department of Public Health - Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention Program
  • Healthy Breakfast and Snack Ideas

    "Make breakfast or a snack in just a few minutes with these tips and delicious recipes!" This brochure provides both healthy breakfast and snack ideas for families, three recipes and time-saving tips 2019 $0.00 California Department of Public Health, Nutrition Education Obesity Prevention Branch
  • RYD: How Much Sugar is in Your Drink?

    This RYD (Rethink Your Drink) poster is a great resource for teachers and community staff on reading nutrition labels on beverages. Available in English, Spanish, and Hmong! 2017 $0.00 California Department of Public Health, Nutrition Education Obesity Prevention Branch
  • My Favorite Flavors is Sweet

    Juicy fruit flavors make water extra sweet on this Rethink Your Drink recipe card. The three recipes on the back are Melon Cooler, Strawberry & Cucumber Water, Berry-Blasted Water. 2019 $0.00 California Department of Public Health, Nutrition Education Obesity Prevention Branch
  • My Favorite Flavors is Herbal

    Try these tea-like infusions on this Rethink Your Drink recipe card. The three recipes on the back are Watermelon & Basil Water, Cucumber, Lime & Mint Water, Grapefruit & Rosemary Water. 2019 $0.00 California Department of Public Health, Nutrition Education Obesity Prevention Branch
  • Treasure Hunt: Finding Healthy Food at the Grocery Store

    Treasure Hunt is a workbook for children to find healthy fruit and vegetables at your local grocery store.”

    2015 Public Health Institute & Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention Branch. California Department of Public Health (Historical Entry)
  • Childhood Obesity Prevention with Asian Families

    This is a series of five culturally sensitive and relevant educational pamphlets that can help immigrant Asian parents understand how they can adapt to a new environment and food supply in a way th

    2006 University of California, Berkeley. (Historical Entry)
  • Inspiring Healthy Communities

    Inspiring Healthy Communities, the newest report in the series highlights the collective impact and comprehensive approach of the Youth-led Participatory Action Research (YPAR) projects in Los Ange

    2016 $0.00 Public Health Institute Center for Wellness and Nutrition & Converge Consulting Research and Training.