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Wellness Letter and Information
Healthy Schools provides us with a free subscription to
Nutrition Nuggets - a monthly publication with information
on Food & Fitness for a Healthy Child - click below for the
most recent copies:
September 2018 Bonus Issue!
The NH Division of Public Health has released the 'Fruit and Veggie' Quantity Cookbook on line for Schools, Child Care Programs, Meal Sites, Hospitals, Camps, Work Sites and Colleges. USDA food components are used for the Child and Adult Food Program (CACFP) including commodity fruits, vegetables and beans.There are 31 tested recipes for quantities of 25, 50 and 100 servings and nutrients per serving are provided for each recipe.Hard copies are also available for a small fee. For more information contact Mindy Fitterman at Division of Public Health, Obesity Prevention Program at MFitterman@dhhs.state.nh.us
Link to cookbook: http://www.dhhs.nh.gov/dphs/nhp/documents/cookbook.pdf
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Physical Activity Tips
Check out the following links for more wellness info:
Click here for some fun activities (updated May 23, 2012)
The New Hampshire Obesity Prevention Program (OPP)
website has been extensively updated.
Please take a moment to visit, learn about OPP,
and bookmark your favorite resources.
Obesity Prevention Program Home Page
Healthy Cities and Towns
Healthy Early Care and Education
Healthy Food Outlets
Healthy Hospitals and Health Care
Healthy Recipes and Cooking
Obesity Prevention Contact Page
OPP is part of a consortium of organizations implementing the New Hampshire
Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) plan. For more information about
preventing obesity in your community, contact us at 603.271.4551 or visit
the program website.