March is National Nutrition Month

Start Small

Start off by trying whole grain foods instead of refrained (typically white) grain foods. Cut back on sugary drinks and solid fats (such as ice cream), and try a low sodium or no sodium alternative!

Emphasize Fruits & Veggies

Mix vegetables into your go-to dishes. Try spinach with pasta or peppers in tacos. Pack your child’s lunch bag with fruits and veggies. Great starts are sliced apples, bananas, or carrot sticks!

Healthy Snacks

Try and differentialte occasional snacks such as cookies and everyday snacks such as carrots, orange slices, or nuts! Try and remember to pack these for easy consumption! Add water to every snack. Not only is it healthy, but it can help fill you up! 

The Theme for National Nutrition Month 2020 is Eat Right, Bite by Bite.

National Nutrition Month, celebrated each year during March, focuses on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. 

“Eat Right, Bite by Bite” and the overall message is that quality nutrition isn’t restrictive, but that small changes to diet can have a cumulative effect on health over time. Every healthy nutritional choice is a choice in the right direction! 

During National Nutrition Month®, help the Academy achieve its vision of a world where all people thrive through the transformative power of food and nutrition.

Having Trouble Finding a Nutritous Balance?

You’re Not Alone. And We’re Here to Help!

Contact your primary doctor or pediatrician. Don’t have one? Contact one of our many offices, and we are happy to help! 

Eat Right, Bite by Bite

Good nutrition doesn’t have to be restrictive or overwhelming. Small goals and changes can have a cumulative healthful effect, and every little bit (or bite!) of nutrition is a step in the right direction.

Vary Your Diet

Eat a variety of heatlthy foods every day!

Meal Planning

Enjoy healthy eating at work, school, and home!

Cook & Prep

Create tasty meals to share and enjoy! 

Visit Your Doctor

Get checkups from your primary doctor! 

Eat Right, Bite by Bite

Good nutrition doesn’t have to be restrictive or overwhelming. Small goals and changes can have a cumulative healthful effect, and every little bit (or bite!) of nutrition is a step in the right direction.