Other Education Resources

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Nutrition and Health

Canada's Food Guides
User-friendly guides from Health Canada on food nutrients, portion sizes, creating good eating habits, and customizing dietary choices.

Dietitians of Canada
How to find a dietitian, assess nutritional intake, and plan and prepare meals.

Canadian Nutrition Society
A national organization that connects nutrition and health professionals, researchers, policy makers and industry.

Ontario Healthy Kids Strategy
A province-wide strategy that aims to improve child health through a focus on pregnancy and early childhood, healthy food choices and building communities for active kids.

Ontario Food and Nutrition Strategy
A 2017 report on three strategic directions and 25 action areas designed to improve Ontario's food systems and the health of its people.

Ontario Student Nutrition Program
Helps schools and community partners develop local programs that offer students nutritious food at breakfast, lunch and during snack times. 

Sir Frederick Banting Legacy Foundation
Promotes education and clinical innovation for the prevention and self-management of diabetes in children. Offers resources and programs for school-age kids, especially in the Simcoe region of Ontario.

SickKids' Family Resources

AboutKidsHealth
An education resource for children and families, by trusted health-care experts at The Hospital for Sick Children. 

Centre for Global Child Health
A hub for SickKids' global child-health activities, including research, capacity building, policy development and advocacy.

Centre for Healthy Active Kids
SickKids' centre that addresses childhood obesity and promotes healthy nutrition and physical activity for all kids.

Physical Activity

24 Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth
Movement guidelines on amount and intensity of physical activity, sleep, and limits to sedentary time for children aged 5 to 17 over the course of a day, from the Public Health Agency of Canada. 

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