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Below you will find a collection of various web site links to some of our favorite resources and sites that we believe provide excellent sources for healthy living suggestions and tips you can incorporate into your life. These web sites contain helpful information on a variety of topics: among these resources you can find in-depth information on diet, nutrition, healthy living, exercise and common illnesses like diabetes for both children and adults.

We hope that you find these resources helpful. If you know of other web sites or resources that you think would be beneficial to include, please contact us with those details and we will review your suggestions. Thank you.

Food Distribution, Storage
bullet US Food Supply
bullet Food Distribution
bullet USDA, Food and Nutrition Service
bullet Fight Bac
arrow Department of Defense Fresh Produce Program

NAFDPIR (National Association of Food Distribution Programs on Indian Reservations)

Nutrition & Exercise
arrow Indian Health Services Kids Page
bullet US Dept. of Agriculture Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion (CNPP)
Let's Move In Indian Country

Nutrition & Exercise

arrow Team Nutrition
arrow Fruits and Veggies
bullet Whole Grains Council
arrow Gardening
arrow Eat Right
bullet ACS Active for Life
arrow Ace Fitness

Kids Related Web Sites
arrow Indian Health Services Kids Page
bullet Fight Bac

arrow Kids Health
arrow Nutrition Explorations

My Plate

Organizations & Agencies
bullet US Food Supply
bullet US Dept. of Agriculture, Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion (CNPP)
bullet Indian Health Services
bullet Food Distribution
bullet Food Safety
bullet Food Nutrition and Information Center

arrow NAFDPIR (National Association of Food Distribution Programs on Indian Reservations)
bullet Northeastern Tribal Health

Diabetes Resources
arrow Diabetic

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