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Allowing employees to download and print out these materials at their workstations during breaks will increase their access to self-help information. Skip directly to site content Skip directly to page options Skip directly to A-Z link. Workplace Health Promotion.
Section Navigation. Minus Related Pages. There are multiple links to fact sheets, an interactive website to individualize information for improving fruit and vegetable consumption, downloadable brochures, information for parents and children and links to additional useful sites such as the U. Department of Agriculture external icon.
The Dietary Guidelines from Americans 5 external icon published every 5 years by the U. Department of Agriculture external icon provides advice on good dietary habits to promote health and prevent disease. The Dietary Guidelines for American website offers some valuable consumer and professional resources including: Tips for shopping and menu planning Recipes Resources for health education experts offering the latest science-based nutrition recommendations Nutritional Environment Measures Survey NEMS — Vending external icon is a set of tools developed to evaluate the worksite vending machines environment.
My Plate external icon is a nutrition guide published by the U. Department of Agriculture. The case studies provide information on the implementation and evaluation of food service guidelines, along with descriptions of site-specific successes and challenges.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has developed Tips For Offering Healthier Options and Physical Activity at Workplace Meetings and Events pdf icon [PDFKB] which includes tips and resources for increasing healthier food and beverage options at worksite meetings, parties, conferences, and events and for offering physical activity opportunities for employees throughout the work day.
This plan also includes healthy snacks and beverage guides for vending machines, sample workplace posters on nutrition, a sample healthy foods policy, and 42 examples of Eat Smart handouts for employees.
Healthier Food Choices for Public Places external icon. Information and model policies from the Center for Science in the Public Interest. Interactive menu planner, counts calories per specific meal external icon. Get Email Updates.
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