UCCE CalFresh Nutrition Education Program - Yolo
University of California
UCCE CalFresh Nutrition Education Program - Yolo

Adolescent Nutrition Education Program

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If you are working with Middle School and High School students, we have some great curricula available.  

a

EatFit and MoneyTalks are nationally recognized and proven effective with improving the nutrition and physical activity behaviors of adolescents. We have even shown that using these materials can improve students math and language arts skills. 

If more than 50% of your students qualify to recieve free or reduced price lunches, you get all of the materials for free!  Otherwise, materials can be purchased from the ANR CATALOG.


Materials include in-depth nutrition lessons, colorful, magazine style workbooks for each student, and hands-on activities for real life application.

b

 - Middle School to High School

EatFit is designed to improve the eating and fitness choices of teenagers.  
Lessons include:
*Nutrition basics       *Web-based diet analysis
*Energy and calories  *Label reading
*Exercise                 *Fast food
*Breakfast               *Media influences

Goal setting skills learned in EatFit can be transferred to academic and personal life.  Check out the EatFit website for a preview of the curriculum: https://eatfit.net/teachers.htm

c

Middle School to High School

The goal of Choice, Control, and Change (C3) is to assist teens in
*Learning science through diet and activity choices
*Learning how food and activity effect the human body
*Investigate food, food environment, energy and disease
*Analyze how their personal choices impacts their health 

d

 - High School

The goals of MoneyTalks is to assist teens in
*Identifying money spending and saving habits
*Understanding the importance of long term savings
*Developing savings plans that meet their livestyles
*Paying attention to their food spending habits

 

If you are interested in our programs and to see if your school qualifies, please contact Angela Asch at 530-666-8731 or alasch@ucanr.edu.

Webmaster Email: kmchurchill@ucanr.edu