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2012-2013 Eat Smart. Play Hard. Magazine

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Love Your Heart!

Love Your Heart! - FN1689

The heart is a pump that provides oxygen to each and every cell of the body. Feel your pulse: Each time your heart beats, it is moving blood by expanding and contracting. It is a muscle that is essential to life, which is why treating your heart with care is so important. Keeping your heart strong starts with good choices we make when we are young. Being physically active and eating a healthful diet keeps our heart beating strong.

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Eat Smart: Become a Pro With Protein

Eat Smart: Become a Pro With Protein - FN1681

The amount of food from the Protein Foods Group you need to eat depends on your age, whether you are a boy or girl and the amount of physical activity you get. Most people eat enough food from this group.

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MyPlate Plans for 8- to 14-year-olds

MyPlate Plans for 8 -to14-year-olds - FN1498

This chart was designed to provide an estimate of daily food needs based on the recommendations at www.choosemyplate.gov.

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MyPlate Plans for Toddlers to Age 7

MyPlate Plans for Toddlers to Age 7 - FN1497

This chart was designed to provide an estimate of daily food needs based on the recommendations at www.choosemyplate.gov.

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Who Needs a Healthy Breakfast? Everyone Does!

Who Needs a Healthy Breakfast? Everybody Does! - FN728

Eat Smart! Start your day off with breakfast. This publication makes learning fun with fill in the blank and word find quizzes.

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Eat Smart: Enjoy Breakfast Every Day FN-1433

Eat Smart: Enjoy Breakfast Every Day - FN1433

Eating breakfast fuels the body with needed nutrients, provides energy for an active day, gets you ready to learn and helps you keep a healthy body.

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How Are You Building Your Plate?

How Are You Building Your Plate - FN1496

What kinds of foods and beverages did you have yesterday? How much did you have?

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Now Serving: Meals with Help from Kids

Now Serving: Meals with Help from Kids - FN705

An increasing number of children and teenagers are eating more meals and snacks away from their home and family. They may be choosing unhealthy ready-to-eat food options rather than spending time preparing a healthy snack or meal – and eating with their families. Encouraging children and teenagers to cook can build healthy lifestyle skills, creativity and healthy food choices. You also are helping them form good eating behaviors that will last a lifetime.

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Wash Your Hands!

Wash Your Hands! - FN1444

No matter the language, hand washing is an important step in the fight against germs. Follow these guidelines for proper hand-washing practices.

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Eat Smart. Choose Healthy Snacks FN-1439

Eat Smart. Choose Healthy Snacks - FN1439

Think of snacks as minimeals that help provide nutrients and energy you need to grow, play and learn. Most kids do best when they eat four to six smaller meals a day.

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Play Hard! Get Your Physical Activity FN-1437

Play Hard! Get Your Physical Activity - FN1437

Physical activity helps build and maintain a strong body. Be active every day! Kids need 60 minutes of physical activity most days of the week. Adults need at least 30 minutes of physical activity to stay healthy.

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Eat Smart: Bone Up on Calcium FN-1434

Eat Smart: Bone Up on Calcium - FN1434

Children ages 9 to 13 need 1,300 milligrams of calcium a day to keep their bones and teeth strong. Children ages 4 to 8 need 800 milligrams of calcium per day. They also need vitamin D, which helps the body use the calcium. Milk is fortifi ed with vitamin D. Many foods contain calcium. The best sources are milk, yogurt and cheese. Fish, soy products and nuts also are good sources of calcium. Some fruit juices, cereals, breads, snacks and other foods have added calcium.

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