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Fall is a great time to get back into the routine of healthy eating and active living. Our tips below can help make it easy to live 5-2-1-0 every day.

5-2-1-0 Every Day!

Five or more fruits & vegetables

Need some help getting your family to eat 5 more or more servings of fruits and vegetables a day? Learn more about serving sizes and tips on how to add more into your family meals every day with this helpful guide.

Two hours or less recreational screen time

It’s easy to let the screen time get away from you. Remind yourself on the why’s and how’s for recreational screen time.

One hour or more of physical activity

Get outside and move! Try these everyday tips to help get 1 hour or more of movement every day.

Zero sugary drinks, more water

Stay hydrated with water and say no to sugary drinks. Water is fuel for your body!

Give Children a Healthy Start

Have a newborn to 2 year old? It’s never too early to give children a healthy start to prevent obesity. We’ve got ideas to help!

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