Nutrition

Young children need to develop healthy eating and physical activity habits early on. Children pattern habits after parents and caregivers. Good role models are important. Preschoolers quickly grow and change physically, mentally, and socially. Preschoolers need healthy food to meet their growth and developmental needs. Parents and caregivers know the importance of nutrition to a child’s physical and mental development to grow and develop. However, they also need to be good role models. Meal and snack times teach sharing and socializing skills. 

Banner Health Breastfeeding Support Group

Childhood Obesity Prevention
       resources for promoting healthy lifestyles
Eat Right
       food and nutrition information
Greeley-Evans District 6 Nutrition
      supports overall wellness through meals & education
Healthy Children
      health, safety, and well-being resources pre-birth to young adult
Healthy Kids Club
      promotes health & wellness to kids in Northern Colorado elementary schools
Kids Eat Free
      list of restaurants where kids eat free or meals are discounted
Kids Health
      advice for parents on health behavior prenatal to teen years
La Leche League
      helping mothers breastfeed
Make Today Count
      a community health campaign focused on healthy eating & general well-being
Nutrition
      USDA offers credible information to help make healthful eating choices
UC Health Breastfeeding Basics

Weld County Prenatal Nutrition Classes
      no cost classes available in English & Spanish
WIC (Women, Infant & Children Supplemental Nutrition)
      provides healthy food, education & breastfeeding support and referrals to health care
Zero to Three
      resources for parents with children under three years of age

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