Eating healthy doesn’t have to be expensive. Use these tips and materials to make healthy choices while staying within your budget.
The 10 Tips Nutrition Education Series and the MyPlate, MyWins Tips Series provide consumers and professionals with high quality, easy-to-follow tips in a convenient, printable format.
The ChooseMyPlate.gov website includes a number of print materials, available as downloadable PDFs. These materials are in the public domain and therefore no permission is needed to print, reproduce, or use them.
Infographics (information + graphics) can be great resources! You can print out a couple and post them where you (and others) can use some nutrition information and tips. They are also great for Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest.
Videos topics include: MyPlate, MyWins video series, healthy eating and physical activity, fruits and veggies, videos for kids, kitchen timesavers, grains, and cooking with MyPlate. Plus, we have some MyPlate songs!
The What's Cooking? USDA Mixing Bowl is an interactive tool to help with healthy meal planning, cooking, and grocery shopping. The site features a searchable database of healthy recipes, options to build a cookbook, print recipe cards, and share recipes via social media. We also have a variety of cookbooks and menus.
Whether it's winter, spring, summer, or fall, look to MyPlate for tips, resources, activity sheets, and sometimes, just plain fun!
This latest addition to ChooseMyPlate.gov includes consumer-friendly resources to help audiences think about the amount of food wasted at home.
Learn the basics of food safety: Clean, Separate, Cook, and Chill.
What's new with MyPlate?
The 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans emphasizes the importance of creating a healthy eating pattern to maintain health and reduce the risk of disease. Everything we eat and drink — the food and beverage choices we make day to day and over our lifetime — matters.
This Communicator’s Guide to the Dietary Guidelines is a resource to help you create nutrition education materials and messages for individuals, families, and other groups, based on the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans.