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  • Flavors of My Kitchen

    This cookbook provides healthy and traditional Latino recipes with an abundance of fruits and vegetables. Available in English and Spanish.

    2015 $0.00 California Department of Public Health (CDPH), Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention Program (NEOPB)
  • Asian Recipe Cookbook

    This cookbook features popular Asian style recipes, with 25% less sodium. Eating too much sodium increases the risk of high blood pressure, heart attack and stroke.

    2018 $0.00 California Department of Public Health (CDPH), Nutrition Education and Childhood Obesity Prevention Branch (NEOPB)
  • 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
  • Shape of Yoga

    Shape of Yoga is a booklet of ten basic yoga poses that encourages families to exercise together with yoga, building strength and flexibility. Available in English and Spanish! 2015 $0.00 California Department of Public Health, Nutrition Education and 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
  • Serving Size Poster

    Energize your body with fruits and vegetables. Poster shows recommended serving sizes and is in English and Spanish. 2015 $0.00 California Department of Public Health, Nutrition Education Obesity Prevention Branch
  • Great Beginnings

    This 10 lesson curriculum aims to improve the health status of young women and their infants. The curriculum includes an introduction with tips for the presenter.

    2000 University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension. (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)
  • Do I Have to Eat That?

    This handout/brochure was designed as a guide to prevent food fights between parents and kids. Available in 2 formats, a single sheet (8 ½ x11) and a 3-fold brochure.

    2017 University of New Hampshire.