Nutrition & Activity

Helpful Websites

Whitney Rich, a longtime nutritionist at Cincinnati Children's Hospital is seeing patients privately by telehealth (pre-COVID in person at our Mt. Zion office) for a variety of services. Click this flyer for more information.

Pledge to cook dinner together once a month. Each month, you’ll get a delicious new recipe in your inbox.

Cooking with Kids educates and empowers children and families to make healthy food choices through hands-on learning with fresh, affordable foods.

MyPlate shows the 5 food groups that are part of healthy nutrition in a fun and easy to understand way.
For simple solutions on how you can eat smart and move more visit this website from North Carolina.
Childhood obesity prevention program
Helping to ensure that children are making healthy food and activity choices
is part of our holistic approach to children’s well-being at Pediatric Associates!
A public-private partnership to improve access to healthy foods and physical activity, preventing obesity in early care and education (ECE) settings and schools, and improving overall wellness in worksites.
All Kids Deserve to be Happy and Healthy
Weight bias has been in the news a lot.  And so has pediatric obesity.  How do we bring about a world where kids are healthy and not discriminated against because of their weight?  Nobody has a perfect answer, but The Rudd Center for Food Policy at the University of Connecticut has not shied away from this challenging question.