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Smart Choices: A Recipe for Good Health - The 2005 Dietary Guidelines (Adult Fact Sheet)
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Information on carbohydrates, fats, protein and exercise. (PDF Format Only)

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A Community Nutrition Education Program that will imrprove your family's health. (PDF Format Only)

Smart Choices: Make Smart Choices for Good Health (Youth Fact Sheet)
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Information on nutrition, diet, exercise and food safety. (PDF Format Only)

Smart Choices: The Nifty Thrifty MyPyramid

Use the sample shopping list to help you make thrifty choices. (PDF Format Only)

Smart Choices: Need/Have/Purchase Worksheet
grocery list
My Grocery List: Use with Food Intake Pattern, Smart Choices Cards, Food List, Buying Guide and Menu Planner. (PDF Format Only)
Smart Choices: Nutrients in Fruits and Vegetables
Compared with people who consume a diet with only small amounts of fruits and vegetables, those who include more of these foods are less likely to have a risk of chronic diseases. (PDF Format Only)
Smart Choices: The Calcium Connection
Calcium is the most important mineral in your body. It is important during growing years for bone growth. As we get older, it helps keep our bones strong. Use these tips to get three cups of milk or the equivalent in your diet daily. (PDF Format Only)
Smart Choices: Meal Planning Guide
meal planning guide
Choose foods from each food group every day when planning your meals. Use the sample grocery planning list to help you make thrifty food choices. (PDF Format Only)
Smart Choices: Wake Up to a Healthy Start
People who eat breakfast think better, feel peppier, have better attitudes toward school or work and miss fewer days. (PDF Format Only)
Smart Choices: Fruit - Two Will Do
Adults need at least 2 cups of fruit daily. Use these tips to get more fruit in your diet. (PDF Format Only)
Smart Choices: Shopping the Cereal Aisle
It can be quite an adventure to shop the cereal aisle! With a little know-how, you can discover cereals that are high in fiber, nutrients and phytochemicals. (PDF Format Only)
Smart Choices: Managing Your Food Dollars
managing food dollars
Have you ever had a month when you ran out of food money? Careful planning and shopping can help you buy more food with the dollars you have to spend. Use these tips so you and your family can get the nutrition you need to be healthy. (PDF Format Only)
Smart Choices: Scout Out Healthy Fast Foods
eating on the go
Eating on the go can be a challenge if you're trying to make smart choices. This fact sheet provides information to help you find healthier fast foods or snacks, including tips on foods to eat more often, foods to avoid and snacks you can take along. It also stresses reading the nutrition information label when selecting snacks. (PDF Format Only)
Smart Choices: Walking
Walking briskly can be a great exercise. You don’t have to worry too much about injuries, and walking can fit into almost any schedule. Sample 12-week walking program included. (PDF Format Only)