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USDA MyPlate Handouts

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USDA MyPlate Handouts
Item #470106
UPC: 846742001864
$12.95

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The bright and colorful USDA MyPlate Tablet of handouts (also called tear-off sheets) highlights how to build a healthy menu and diet with tips for selecting the best choices within each food group.

8 ½” x 11”, 50 sheets, 2-sided.

© 2011 (Revised 2016) Learning ZoneXpress

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MyPlate is the USDA food symbol that replaced the food guide pyramid that teachers and nutritionists are using to promote healthy eating. Our USDA MyPlate Tablet of handouts or worksheets has been a hit with kids and parents. The simplicity of the nutrition graphic is perfect for kids and busy adults.

The bright and colorful USDA MyPlate Tablet of handouts (tear-off sheets) highlights how to build a healthy menu and diet with tips for selecting the best choices within each food group. Additional tips include importance of fruits and vegetables, portion control and instilling a love of healthy choices.

USDA MyPlate Poster Learning Objectives:
Based on ChooseMyPlate.com and the UDSA Dietary Guidelines, our MyPlate handouts and tear-off sheets promote healthy choices and healthy eating habits.

The backside of this handout features ten tips to make a great plate:

• Balance Calories       • Compare sodium in foods
• Enjoy your food but eat less       • Drink water instead of sugary drinks
• Avoid oversized portions       • Make half your plate fruits and vegetables
• Healthy foods to eat more often       • Switch to fat-free or low fat (1 percent) milk
• Unhealthy foods to eat less often        


Popular Uses:
• Classrooms
• Workplace Lunchrooms
• Doctor’s Office
• ECFE (early Childhood Family Education) Classes
• Health Care Clinics

8 ½” x 11”, 50 sheets, 2-sided

This item is also available in Spanish: USDA MyPlate Spanish Handouts (#475106)

2012 Merit Health Information Award

 

"We used the adult MyPlate handouts and adult MyPlate poster at a college event today and it went over well in teaching students what a balanced plate looks like."

 

Cristina Guerra, MPH, CHES, CWWS
Sodium Reduction Program
Creating Healthy Schools and Communities Program
Rockland County Department of Health
Division of Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention

 

I provide nutrition materials to pantries and incorporate your handout tear pads as a part of that. The handouts are displayed on handout stands in the pantries and act as a form of indirect education. The tear pads are also really great for distributions, as regular handouts wouldn’t be feasible outside when there is a lot of wind.

 

Brittany Niebel, MPH, RD, LD, Clinical Nutrition Coordinator
Houston Food Bank  
Houston, Texas

 

 

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