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Ayude a su hijo a comer bien y a ser activo
This Spanish language adaptation of our pamphlet "Helping Your Child Eat Right and Be Active" provides guidance and tips for parents to help kids eat right and get more physical activity. It suggests ways to incorporate physical activity into daily life and offers suggestions for nutritious alternatives to unhealthy foods.
Guías alimentarias para los estadounidenses
Promote healthy eating with this easy-to-read overview, in Spanish, of the key provisions of the Dietary Guidelines from the USDA and the Department of Health and Human Services, including the latest revisions released in 2016.
Datos sobre la comida chatarra
What is junk food? How does it affect your health? This Spanish language adaptation of our pamphlet "Junk Food Facts" lays out the bare facts about junk food: what it is, why it's bad for you, and what you should try to eat more of instead. Appropriate for teens and adults.
25 maneras saludables de perder peso (para siempre)
Our Spanish-language adaptation of "25 Healthy Ways to Lose Weight" promotes simple lifestyle changes such as eating more fruits and vegetables and increasing physical activity. The suggestions encourage readers to make gradual changes towards an overall healthier lifestyle.
35 cosas que todos deben saber sobre la diabetes
Our Spanish-language adaptation of "35 Things Everyone Should Know About Diabetes" provides a solid overview of diabetes, including what it is, who is at risk and how diabetes is treated. The pamphlet also includes basic prevention steps for how a person can lower the risk of type 2 diabetes.
Ejercicio físico: Diez consejos para empezar
Our Spanish-language adaptation of "Exercise! Ten Tips to Get You Started" provides motivation to people who want to increase their physical activity but are having trouble getting started on an exercise program. The pamphlet contains suggestions for starting and staying with an exercise plan and lists the many advantages--health, appearance, and well-being--of regular exercise.
6 buenas maneras de reducir su riesgo de diabetes
Our Spanish-language adaptation of "6 Good Ways to Lower Your Risk of Diabetes" provides an overview of the lifestyle changes and interventions that can dramatically reduce the risk of a person developing type 2 diabetes. It includes information on diet, exercise, maintaining a healthy weight and more.
21 maneras fáciles de agregar actividad física a su día
It's tough to fit exercise into a busy schedule. Our Spanish-language adaptation of "21 Easy Ways to Add Physical Activity to Your Day" will help people build those critical 30 to 60 minutes of physical activity into their daily lives.
Our Spanish-language adaptation of "I Walk Because …" provides 101 great reasons to get those feet moving, listing both the physical and mental health benefits of walking. This is a great way to persuade people to take those important first steps towards regular exercise.
50 buenos motivos para hacer ejercicios
Our Spanish-language adaptation of "50 Great Reasons to Exercise" is upbeat, positive and motivational. It will help persuade even the most reluctant exercisers to get moving. The pamphlet offers a friendly, easy-to-read format and focuses on the many benefits of exercise--even when done in small spurts throughout the day.
Los niños y la diabetes tipo 2
This Spanish language adaptation of our pamphlet, "Children and Type 2 Diabetes: What Every Parent Needs to Know," helps parents understand what diabetes is and the difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes. It talks about how to lower the risk of type 2 diabetes with diet and physical activity, describes symptoms, and offers support and encouragement for families dealing with the disease.
Vivir bien con diabetes: 8 cosas que puede hacer
For people living with type 2 diabetes, controlling your blood glucose is the key to living well and lowering your risk of serious health problems. This Spanish language adaptation of our pamphlet, "Living Well With Diabetes: 8 Things You Can Do," defines diabetes and offers 8 concrete things readers can do to control their blood sugar and stay healthier.
MiPlato ¡Hágalo a su manera!
This easy-to-read pamphlet describes how people can adapt their favorite cuisines to reflect the food group recommendations of MyPlate. Whether the choice is Italian, Mexican or something tasty from the southern regions of the country, this helpful title covers a wide array of popular food types and offers simple tips on how to pick healthier options without sacrificing flavor and satisfaction.
50 maneras divertidas de mantener en forma a la familia
Blending physical activity with "family time" is a great way to help children and adults get fit and stay healthy together. The family-friendly suggestions in this easy-to-read title provide plenty of positive reinforcement for family members to have fun with one another, develop new skills and enjoy their time together while being active.
Comer bien por poco dinero
Eating healthy foods such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains can be done without breaking the budget. This Spanish-language adaptation of our pamphlet "Healthy Eating on a Budget" includes more than twenty thrifty tips to help families stretch their food dollars and eat tasty and nutritious meals and snacks. Planning ahead, using up what’s on the pantry shelves and buying in bulk are just a few of the ways to eat well and spend less. These easy-to-digest tips can help readers take an organized approach to menu planning that will enhance their health and budget.
Los refrescos y las bebidas energizantes: Lo que todos deben
Here’s a fact-filled look at the health consequences of drinking too many sodas and energy drinks, including diabetes, osteoporosis, tooth decay, and more. This Spanish-language adaptation of our pamphlet "Sodas and Energy Drinks: What Everyone Should Know" urges readers to limit their intake of regular, diet and fortified sodas and energy drinks and choose healthier beverages such as water, low-fat milk and/or non-dairy alternatives such as soy or rice milk. Playful illustrations and a fast-fact format come together to deliver a healthy nutrition message that works for a wide audience from youth to adults.
15 maneras fáciles de comer menos sal
Salt has been used for thousands of years to flavor and preserve foods, but consuming too much sodium can increase the risk of high blood pressure, heart disease and stroke. This Spanish-language adaptation of our pamphlet "15 Ways to Cut Back on Salt" has suggestions on how to lower salt intake and still enjoy a flavorful diet. From taking the salt shaker off the table to adding more herbs and spices to foods, readers will find useful tips on cutting back on sodium and eating healthier. Also included is information on how to identify sodium in processed foods.
15 maneras fáciles de comer menos azúcar
Sugar occurs naturally in many foods, but consumption of added sugar has been on the rise in the U.S. over the past 30 years. Cutting back on sugar can decrease the risk of obesity, heart disease and other health problems. Encourage people to limit the amount of added sugars in their daily diet and find ways to satisfy a sweet tooth with healthier alternatives with this Spanish-language adaptation of our pamphlet "15 Easy Ways to Cut Back on Sugar."
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