National Nutrition Month
The National Nutrition Month® (NNM) is a nutrition education campaign sponsored annually by the American Dietetic Association (ADA) and its Foundation.
It is appropriate and fitting that March is National Nutrition Month, since it is in between winter and spring. Winter holiday gatherings have past and have left many of us with cherished memories and frequently unwanted weight gain!
Healthy eating and routine exercise are needed all year round; but many of us need a friendly reminder to get ourselves back on track. Be kind to your body and reacquaint yourself with healthy eating habits and fitness. Replace your unhealthy habits with smart health choices for a healthier body.
Healthful eating fuels physical activities at every stage of life.
Well-nourished and active children and teens grow, develop, and learn better. Good nutrition also helps ensure a healthy pregnancy and successful breast-feeding. And, healthful eating and active living help adults and seniors feel their best, work productively, and lower their risk for a variety of conditions.
Fitness at every age comes from a lifestyle that includes good nutrition and regular physical activity. The sooner you start the better your health.
Food and physical activity choices are personal.
Foods nourish your body. Being well-nourished means you
get enough of the nutrients your body needs. Part of being
well nourished also means eating portions of foods just
right for you. The true definition of fitness refers to
your own optimal health and overall well being. Fitness is
your good health - at its very best.
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