Many different groups play an important role in healthy eating and healthy lifestyle education, planning and promotion. Whether you are a dietitian, school administrator, teacher, community representative or member of another group, these resources can assist you with your plan or program.
About Healthy Eating
The Meaning of Healthy Eating in British Columbia is intended to provide a consistent understanding of healthy eating for the purpose of developing policy and strategies for healthy eating in British Columbia.
About Healthy Weights
The Meaning of Healthy Weights in British Columbia is intended to provide a consistent understanding of healthy weights for the purpose of developing policy and strategies for promoting healthy weights in British Columbia.
Pediatric Nutrition Guidelines
The Pediatric Nutrition Guidelines are evidence-informed nutrition and feeding guidelines for healthy full-term infants and children from six months up to six years of age. The Guidelines are meant to assist health professionals in B.C. to provide high-quality care related to feeding, and identifying potential nutrition risk. The Guidelines also give health professionals more information on parental influences on eating habits, growth, infant feeding, food allergy prevention, high-iron foods and food safety.
The factsheet generator (FSG) is a tool that allows you to customize your own nutrition factsheets with standardized, evidence-based key messages and supporting messages. You can create factsheets on the following healthy eating topics: healthy weights, babies and toddlers, sodium, and sugary drinks.
Provincial Nutrition Resource Inventory
The Provincial Nutrition Resource Inventory is a collection of provincial healthy eating and nutrition related resources. Search or browse for evidence-informed healthy eating and nutrition resources.
Appetite to Play
Appetite for Play is an interactive workshop for early childhood providers to enhance knowledge, skills and confidence in creating childcare settings that support healthy eating, physical activity, food and physical literacy to promote healthy child development. The workshop is three hours in length and counts toward professional development credits for early childhood educators.