National Nutrition Month®
2021 Weekly Key Messaging
Week One: Eat a variety of nutritious foods every day!
- Include healthful foods from all food groups.
- Hydrate healthfully.
- Learn how to read Nutrition Facts Panels.
- Avoid distractions while eating.
- Take time to enjoy your food.
Week Two: Plan your meals each week!
- Use a grocery list to shop for healthful foods.
- Be menu-savvy when dining out.
- Choose healthful recipes to make during the week.
- Enjoy healthful eating at school and at work.
- Plan healthful eating while traveling.
Week Three: Learn skills to create tasty meals!
- Keep healthful ingredients on hand.
- Practice proper home food safety.
- Share meals together as a family when possible.
- Reduce food waste.
- Try new flavors and foods.
Week Four: Consult a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN)!
- Ask your doctor for a referral to an RDN.
- Receive personalized nutrition advice to meet your goals.
- Meet RDNs in a variety of settings throughout the community.
- Find an RDN who is specialized to serve your unique needs.
- Thrive through the transformative power of food and nutrition.
Personalize Your Plate
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to nutrition and health. We are all unique with different bodies, goals, backgrounds and tastes! And a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist can tailor a healthful eating plan that is as special as you are.
Cook & Prep
LEARN SKILLS TO CREATE TASTY MEALS TO SHARE AND ENJOY.
Enjoy healthful eating at school, work & home.
Vary Your Diet
Eat a variety of nutritious foods every day.
Visit an RDN
See a registered dietitian nutritionist.
Celebrate National Nutrition Month®
This toolkit offers tip sheets and handouts, games and activities, PowerPoint presentations and more. Select content is available in six languages, including English, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Hindi and Filipino.
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Social Media Toolkit
Coming soon! Check back in mid-February 2021 for a link to the interactive social media toolkit full of sample messaging, graphics and more.
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