WVU Extension Service’s Family Nutrition Program helps youths hydrate healthier
With the help of the Rethink Your Drink campaign, a WVU Extension Service Families and Health initiative, youths are educated about the importance of hydrating and provided with alternative, healthy drink options instead of soda and other sweetened beverages.
Planning Health-Friendly Meetings: A Toolkit
Health-Friendly Meetings: A Tool Kit helps you create a healthier environment for all types of meetings. Are you an event planner or a health-conscious event-goer? These easy-to-use tips can lead to healthier meals, fun activity breaks, satisfied participants, and more productive meetings.
- Healthy Meals
- Healthy Activities
- Facilities Planning
- Safety and Security
Find Family Fun While Getting HealthierFamilies are having fun while getting healthier. America is on the move to stop an epidemic: childhood obesity.
Through her Let’s Move campaign, First Lady Michelle Obama is asking communities across the country to encourage their children to jump into daily physical activities as well as to choose healthy—and tasty—foods every day.
Your family can also join the march and enjoy the journey!
Through its Family Health Handouts, West Virginia University Extension Service continues to offer all families fun, easy steps to help them move into healthier lifestyles.Part of the 4-H Healthy Lifestyles Initiative, the free family health activity sheets are just one set of options among many being followed by 4-H members and their families throughout West Virginia. For information about the more comprehensive club-based health program, contact your County Office of the WVU Extension Service.
In the meantime, get all your family members involved in fun games, conversations, and other activities that will move them into healthier lifestyles.