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The Pressure to Eat: Why We're Getting Fatter
It takes more than willpower to eat a healthy diet and be physically active. Learn more about how life in modern America encourages us to eat too much and move too little.
The Center for Commercial-Free Public Education
Is your school selling out to big business? Learn more about how companies use schools to market and sell their products to kids.
Ten Tips to a Healthier Diet
With these ten simple, specific diet changes, most people could be a lot healthier.
Rate Your Restaurant Diet Quiz
This quiz can help you size up what you eat away from home.
The Best and Worst Breakfasts
What Americans eat for breakfast is a mix of some of the best and some of the worst foods. Find out about your favorites.
Wish You Were In Better Shape?
Visit this site to uncover your fitness personality and how to fit fitness into your busy life.
Exploding Ten Exercise Myths
In a world where infomercials, magazines, videos, and friends give conflicting advice, this article helps to clear up some of the confusion about exercise.
A Dozen Reasons to Exercise
Learn more about how exercise does a body good.
Tips for Cutting Back on Refined Sugar
Americans are drowning in sugar. Find out how you can cutback.
5 A Day Activity Sheets
Download these activity sheets for fruit and vegetable recipes, word searches, crossword puzzles, and fun facts.
Take Charge of Your Health: A Teenager's Guide to BetterHealth
Now that you're getting older and making more of your own choices, find out how physical activity and the foods you choose can help you stay healthy.
Understanding and Using the Nutrition Facts Label
Have you noticed the Nutrition Facts labels on packaged foods? This site explains what's on the label and how it can help you make food choices.
The Food Guide Pyramid
A healthy diet should be made up mostly of fruits, vegetables and whole-grain breads and cereals, with less of your diet coming from milk and meat products. The Food Guide Pyramid is one guide that can help you make food choices.
From here, you can get information from the government on all sorts of nutrition topics -- food labels, food poisoning, eating to prevent cancer, and many more.
Are you a Harry Potter fan? Help save Harry from Coca-Cola's clutches.
The Vegetarian Resource Group, Vegetarian Nutrition forTeenagers
If you're a vegetarian and you (or your parents) are worried about how to get enough protein, iron, and other nutrients, check out this article.
Bar Exam: Energy Bars Flunk
Find out if energy bars will help you do better at sports and see how different brands stack up.
Do You Know Your Vitamin ABCs?
This quiz can help you sort out some of the basics about vitamins.
An Energy Wake-Up Call
Check out their fast-food survival guide, snack ideas and examples of how teens battled the odds and made a difference in their school.