The Get Healthy team is encouraging everyone to “Put Your Best Fork Forward” for National Nutrition Month. The annual observance was created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and serves as a reminder that every bite counts. In addition to inspiring everyone to take small steps to improve their healthy eating habits – one forkful at a time – this month is also a time to encourage people to incorporate more physical activities into their daily routines. For moderately active adults, the recommended daily amount of fruit is 2 cups each day and 2 ½ half cups of vegetables. This is a great time to download many of our resources to help you develop healthier eating habits and eat the recommended of fruits and veggies. We have several free nutrition related mobile apps and resources to make eating healthier fun and easier.
Half My Plate mobile app helps you eat a healthy diet and track how many servings of fruit and vegetables you are consuming each day.
SNAP Cooking app to allows users to search for healthy recipes based on ingredients or by recipe name. Users can also bookmark their favorites and create a shopping list. Those using federal SNAP benefits can use a feature that enables them to enter their ZIP code to locate SNAP retailers in their area.
Sugar Savvy Beverage app tells users how much sugar is in the beverages they are consuming.
The Nutrition Challenge is a free 8-week online program will help you increase the number of fruits and vegetables you eat each day.
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