Good nutrition means eating a well-balanced diet every day. It is important to get enough vitamins, minerals, and fiber in each meal, but not take in more calories than are needed for energy and growth.
Explains how substances like vitamin A, B, C, D, E, K, calcium, and iron work in the human body.
Fun facts, games, recipes, and coloring pages featuring the avocado fruit.
Learn about which foods are part of a healthy diet. Includes FAQ, games, quiz, and nutrition facts.
Watch a movie about foods that keep the body healthy. Includes quiz and activities.
Learn about different nutrients in foods and a balanced diet. Includes coloring pages, word games, and instructions for making apple puppets.
Enter the clubhouse and find stories, strawwordy searches, painting lessons, recipes, and games.
Learn about healthy eating in a fun way. Features interactive games, learning tools, new stories and activities every month.
Find out what's wrong with "junk food" and how to stay healthy and fit. Includes fun and games resources.
Features fun recipes, games, puzzles, songs, and coloring book about fruits and vegetables.
Offers information, resources and activities for kids on healthy eating, dieting, body image, and eating disorders. Includes surveys and quizzes.
Offers information about food production, nutrition, and biotechnology. Includes puzzles, quizzes, trivia, and encyclopedia of terms. [English and German]
Read a story about a brother and his sister who escape an attack of the Junk Food Junkies and learn about foods that are good for them. Written by Steven Minsky.
Explains how the label on a food package is a lot like the table of contents in a book, telling exactly what the food contains.
Games for kids, food pyramid, introduction to citrus fruits, coloring pages, and recipes from The Florida Department of Citrus.
Facts about food, body weight, and special diets for those with allergies or disease. Includes recipes and information about how to read them.
Check out nutritional values of breads and spreads, cereals fast food, snacks, desserts, and drinks in Australia. Compare with other products.
Find alphabet fun and coloring pages about fruits and veggies.
Find out about the food pyramid, choosing healthy foods, and good eating habits. Includes word search and video.
Tells about fresh fruits and vegetables, and nutrition. Has games, color pages, sports to try, stories and jokes.
Cartoon characters describe where food comes from and which ones are good to eat. Includes activities.
Find fun and games, artwork, coloring sheets activity pages, and recipes. Includes printable calendar stickers.
Join Gabby's crew and find information about nutrition, exercise, and the environment. Includes a coloring book and recipes. [English, Spanish, French and German]
Discover the nutritional values. Includes downloads, celebrity testimonials, fun and games.
Features recipes, articles, and interactive games related to the health benefits of milk.
Play games about how to eat healthy with Cookie Monster, Curious George and many other PBS KIDS Friends.
Offers information about how to fuel the body for energy and health. Includes carbohydrates, proteins, good and bad fats, and sample menus.
Printable pictures showing healthy foods by the Produce for Better Health Foundation.
International Food Information Council teaches about being active, eating right, and how the body works. Take a quiz on food, fun, and fitness.
Provides information about the food pyramid, five-a-day program, and food label nutrition facts. Includes a coloring book and quiz. From the North Carolina Department of Agriculture.
Features downloadable coloring and drawing pages, food pyramid chart, articles, and check list for healthy eating. From the Dairy Council of California.
Provides nutritional information about school lunches. Includes a description of how the meals are cooked, what is on the menu, and games.
Meet healthy hero J. Slice to get the facts about watermelon's nutritional value. Includes games and activities, free downloads, and healthy eating tips.
Learn about good foods from first and second graders in Pocantico Hills School. Includes coloring pages, riddles and puzzles.
Be a nutrition sleuth and play interactive games to discover basic facts about food, the food pyramid, and good eating habits. From the Pacific Science Center.
Explains what different vitamins and minerals do for your body.
About the science and production of apples and nutrition facts.
Tells why breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
Encyclopedia about fruits. Learn about the botanical facts, health benefits, varieties, cooking uses, storage ideas and nutrition chart. Includes photos.
Find out how your favorite foods measure up, browse snacktoids about fruits and vegetables, and view video clips. Presented by the Center for Science in the Public Interest.
Explains how a balanced diet, energy levels, fluid levels and a pregame meal planner contribute to peak sports performance.
Discover how much sugar is in different kinds of food. Lists types and amounts.
Download a story that tells how Sammy Spaghetti and Becky Bread grew from kernels of wheat and turned into healthy foods. From the North Dakota Wheat Commission.
Provides health and nutrition articles and fun activities.
About the scientific research that linked "mad cow disease" to a related brain disease in humans. With food safety tips and a debate about the existence of prions, a possible new type of infectious agent.
Explains how the pyramid is used to show the foods that make up a good diet.
Find articles about fruits from all over the world and the importance of fruit in daily diet.
Discover how grain is grown, made into flour and baked into bread. Includes recipes, videos, pictures and activities.
Learn about cooking, gardening, food facts, and fitness. Shares games, jokes, comics, and quizzes.
Trace the history, learn geography, find coloring worksheets and play games featuring popcorn as a healthy snack.
Contains games, quizzes and fun learning activities. Presented by the British Tomato Growers' Association.
Tiki the Penguin examines what food is, where it comes from, what's good, and what's bad.
What they do, how fast they work, how much you need, and how to get the right amount.
Explains what water does for the human body.
Explains how gum is made, what goes into it, and about its history together with fun facts and FAQ.
A safe site for kids with kid-created beef recipes, nutrition fun facts, and quizzes and information on food safety and fitness.
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