MyPlate launched as a new reminder to help consumers to make healthier food choices - What does YOUR plate look like? I'm going to fill half of MyPlate with fruits and vegetables. The other half will be whole grains and lean meats. It's that simple! Check out www.ChooseMyPlate.gov for simple ways to get, and stay, healthy for a lifetime.
Taking the first step is simple. You can start with one of the changes listed below.
Foods to Increase:
Foods to Reduce:
For more information visit www.choosemyplate.gov - there you can look up foods, learn about healthy eating tips, get a personalized plan and even ask questions to nutritionists at the USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion.
One in three adults have prediabetes, and most don’t understand why they’re at risk. In March, public health nurses from the Lorain County General Health District will be in your community to discuss risk factors, ways to help prevent diabetes, and action steps following a diagnosis of diabetes. Sessions are open to all adults 55 and older in Lorain County at no cost.
Ohioans know that one day it might be 60 degrees outside, but the next day a blizzard could begin! Learn sledding safety tips now so you can be ready for fun with your family as soon as winter weather decides to reappear (again).