• Top 12 Hot Nutrition Education Topics for 2021

    Are you looking for a hot topic for your next class, workshop, or client consultation? Or for Nutrition Month (R)? As much as consumers want a magic bullet for their health, teachers want a magic topic that will engage, educate, and motivate their audience. Here we have assembled all of the best and hottest topic […] Tags:
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  • Class Certificates – Nutrition – Kids – Weight Loss – Wellness

    We often get requests and searches for certificates of completion for various nutrition classes and programs. Here is a selection of free nutrition class certificates in 2 formats: Word and Clipart. Your use of these images means you agree with our license statement at the bottom of the site. Thank you! Word Files: Wellness class […] Tags:
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  • Nutrition Basic Pre and Post Test for Classes

    Basic nutrition pre/post-test A healthy, balanced diet includes these three major nutrients (macronutrients):a. calories, fat, carbohydrateb. carbohydrate, protein, fatc. protein, fiber, fatd. calories, water, fibere. I don’t know Which foods provide more of the essential nutrients that we’re often lacking?a. fruit, vegetables, and protein shakesb. seafood, whole grains, and gluten-free foodsc. fruit, vegetables, whole grains […] Tags:
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  • 5-Step Breakfast Challenge

    Breakfast made a resurgence last year, when working and learning from home gave us more time to prepare and eat this morning meal. This trend is expected to continue. FoodNetwork.com declares that “breakfast at home is back” in 2021, going on to give examples of new food products like Cinnabon’s CinnaBiscuit Chicken Sandwich and Jimmy […] Tags:
  • A Cure for COVID Cooking Fatigue

    Raise your hand if you have COVID cooking fatigue! I confess to recurring bouts with this condition. From what I see on social media and in the news, I’m not alone. What can you do? Buy prepared foods at the supermarket…order carry-out from local restaurants…pay for a meal delivery service. But these options aren’t always […] Tags:
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  • Supermarket Tours with a Twist

    Supermarket tours are great for teaching people how to make healthy choices. They’re fun, interactive, and hands-on. But they’re not pandemic-friendly. When you can’t take the people to the grocery store, bring the grocery store to the people! It’s easy if you use one of our shopping PowerPoint shows: Shopping Smart for Weight Loss Shopping […] Tags:
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  • 3 Topics for Teens

    Do you work with teens? Have you ever been asked to present to a class of high school students? Teens can be a tough audience, but the information you share might end up making a big impact on their health and wellness. Here are three potential topics that are relevant to teenagers, along with facts […] Tags:
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  • Let’s Talk Sugar

    The 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines doesn’t lower the limit on added sugar intake, but we still have our work cut out for us. Just getting Americans to cut their added sugar intake to less than 10% of daily calories is a challenge. Here are some ways you can incorporate the new Dietary Guidelines for Americans into […]
  • New Year, New Dietary Guidelines

    Last week, I watched the virtual release of the 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Here are some highlights for you: There are four over-arching guidelines: Follow a healthy dietary pattern at every life stage. Customize and enjoy nutrient-dense food and beverage choices to reflect personal preferences, cultural traditions, and budgetary considerations. Focus on meeting food […]
  • 2019 Catalog and Handout Is Here

    The 2019 Nutrition Education Catalog is here! It features over 50 new products along with a great winter salad recipe and handout. All of our current customers who have purchased items from us will receive one and you can download one here. Some of our new products include:   Related PostsBe Carb Smart Teach the […] Tags:
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  • Easy Health Fair and Nutrition Presentation Theme Chooser Introduced By Nutrition Education Store

    Nutrition Education Store has launched a “Theme Chooser” in the online store navigation. The theme chooser allows customers to view health fair and nutrition education materials by theme.  The theme chooser makes it easy to choose the perfect theme by topic and then have an entire display or presentation that matches with exciting, professionally designed […] Tags:
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  • Snacking from Home

    Working and learning from home has changed our snacking habits, for better or worse. With the kitchen close by, you don’t have to rely on the vending machine or what you keep in your desk drawer for snacks. You can choose from a wider and hopefully healthier variety of snack options. On the other hand, […]
  • New Year’s Resolutions Losing Their Shine?

    This is the time of year when New Year’s resolutions start to lose their shine. People who vowed to follow fad diets are getting discouraged, finding it harder and harder to stick to them. Take advantage of this time to re-energize your clients, students, or employees with practical, science-based messages about healthy eating. Here are […] Tags:
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  • Have Fun with Portion Control

    My sons recently offered to buy dinner for me and my husband. They were ordering from their favorite burrito place and asked what I wanted. When I chose the kids meal, they were dumbfounded. Why would you get the kids meal? It’s so small! (Even my husband was against it, albeit for a different reason: […] Tags:
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  • Let’s Get Excited About the New DGA

    With all that’s going on in our country, it’s possible that not everyone is as excited as we are about the new edition of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA). But we’re not letting that stop us! Here are three ways to get your students, clients, or employees excited about (or at least aware of) […] Tags: