There’s a new PowerPoint in town.
But that’s not all! In fact, it’s only the beginning.
I have to say, I’m really proud of the way that Food and Health Communications, Inc. supports nutrition and health educators. We offer well-researched, scientifically-accurate, engaging, creative, and colorful materials to help you do your jobs well. Plus, there are tons of free resources too! We offer…
- Free clipart
- Free recipes
- Free handouts
- Free strategy guides and tips for:
Today we’re adding to that list with a free nutrition PowerPoint template. This template has brand-new clipart, a lovely slide background, and all the tools you need to start designing your very own PowerPoint presentation.
So, how can you take this free resource and use it to your advantage?
I recommend starting with a great title page.
Now, I’ve designed more than my fair share of nutrition presentations, and, as you might expect, I’ve learned a lot along the way. Here are some tips that can help you make a marvelous title page in no time at all.
- Use a collage app to create art out of photos that you’ve taken. I love featuring my favorite healthful dishes.
- Take closeups of fruits and vegetables. Then you can have participants guess which photo belongs to which food as an icebreaker activity.
- Use images of people happily eating a meal together. (Pssst, there’s free clipart for that).
- Add a photo of a beautifully-set dinner table.
- Feature a picture or diagram of a well-balanced meal that highlights some key lessons of portion control.
By Judy Doherty, PC II and Founder of Food and Health Communications, Inc.
Of course, you can also save time and effort on your next presentation by purchasing one from the Nutrition Education Store. To start, here are the top 3 nutrition PowerPoint presentations…