JavaScript DHTML Drop Down Menu By Milonic Kids Eat Right - The Foundation Efforts to Promote Healthy Kids Today and Tomorrow from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

a Publication for members of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetic

  • Normal Size Larger Size Largest SizeText Size
  • Print this Page
  • Email this Page
  • Bookmark this Page
Foundation's Giving Club
Early Professionals Eat Right Society

EatRight Society Logo - Thumbnail

The Foundation's giving society, The Eat Right Society, was created to recognize donors that support the Foundation's many important initiatives.
Learn More »

Donor Spotlight

The Commission on Dietetic Registration
CDR's vision is to protect and improve the health of the public and support practitioner competence, lifelong learning and career advancement. CDR credentialed practitioners are recognized and respected as the food and nutrition leaders.

Learn more »

Stay Informed
Kids Eat Right - What's New

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation Kids Eat Right aims to provide many new resources to assist members in working with schools and communities to help kids eat better and move more.

To support the use of the Kids Eat Right toolkits, grants are available at various times during the year.

Kids Eat Right

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation is committed to promoting a healthy today and tomorrow for our children. Public education through foundation, community and corporate partners is the first step.

The Kids Eat Right campaign was launched to support public education projects and programs that address the national health concern of obesity among our children.

About the Initiative » 

Kids Eat Right logo 




The Foundation has created webinars to educate Academy members, as well as members of the public, on the vital role that RDNs have in nutrition education.

View Webinars »


USA Women's Hockey Silver Medalist Hilary Knight points to the importance of nutrition and exercise in helping kids perform at their best in school and sports.


Energy Balance 4 Kids Programs (EB4K)

The EB4K (Energy Balance for Kids, formerly Healthy Schools Partnership) is a project developed through a partnership between the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation and the Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation.

About EB4K » 


Champions for Healthy Kids Grants Program

A partnership between the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation, the General Mills Foundation and the President's Challenge.

About the Champions Grants Program » 


Research on US Family Nutrition and Physical Activity

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation has twice fielded a survey to investigate current beliefs and habits among US families and children surrounding nutrition and physical activity. The State of Family Nutrition and Physical Activity Report reveals the current realities of kids' and families' eating and activity behaviors in the US and is based on a survey conducted in February 2010.

About the Study and Report » 

Download the 2010 Report » 


Future of Food

The Academy, the National Dairy Council, and Feeding America has partnered to lead a nationwide initiative designed to help families obtain adequate amounts of healthful food and reduce the levels of food insecurity in the United States.

Learn More »

Family Nutrition and Physical Activity (FNPA) Online Screening Tool

The FNPA is a tool developed as a result of an ongoing research partnership of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and its Foundation with Iowa State University. The instrument includes items that evaluate family policies and environments that influence children’s physical activity, diet and sedentary behavior and can predict potential adverse changes in a child’s risk for overweight.

Family Nutrition and Physical Activity Online Screening Tool » 

Related Links

  • Kids Eat Right
    The Kids Eat Right website has healthy eating tips and news for kids of every age.
  • Healthy Children Website
    The American Academy of Pediatrics' consumer oriented website, is the only parenting website backed by 60,000 pediatricians committed to the attainment of optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.  




Over 100,000 children have participated in programs funded through our grassroots grant program.