Nutrition Services has developed a series of nutrition education curricula for train-the-trainer workshops. Check out the education modules that are designed for you to present to your clients, at the worksite to staff, or even at a family reunion…
BANPAC Water Campaign (PowerPoint) Presentation: English
EAT WELL. MOVE MORE. FEEL GREAT!
Presentation Guide: English | Spanish
CAL FRESH PROMOTORAS LESSONS
MAKE MYPLATE YOUR PLATE / HAGA MIPLATO SU PLATO
MyPlate Intro Powerpoint Presentation: English | Spanish
FAT AND SUGAR
THE SKINNY ON TRANS FAT
Trans Fat Presentation Guide: English | Spanish
SECRETS OF SODIUM
Ice Breaker: English | Spanish
BE SUGAR SAVVY
The Importance of Being Sugar Savvy (PowerPoint): English
WHAT'S IN YOUR BAG?
What's in Your Bag - Presentation Guide
THE 3Ps OF HEALTHY EATING...ON A BUDGET
3Ps Healthy Meal Planner: English
FILL UP WITH FIBER
Presentation Guide: English | Spanish
Lessons for Students - Visuals: PPT
Flyer - The True Cost of Water: PNG
Water Bottle Design Contest Materials: Publisher
Water Fill Station Advocacy
Water Fill Stations
California Nutrition Network Materials
Nutrition Services provides several tool kits for loan. The kits contain curriculum, camera-ready handouts, and visual aides that can be used to teach family, friends and students about a variety of nutrition-related topics.
Call Nutrition Services at 510.595.6454 to check on tool kit availability. If the tool kit you want to borrow is available, stop by Nutrition Services at 3600 Telegraph, Oakland, and simply complete the required check out form. Please review Nutrition Services Tool Kits.
Nutrition Services has the following cookbooks available to help you in planning meals for your family:
Also check out the Healthy Eating...for life cookbook, a collection of favorite recipes from participants in Healthy Living Councils held at Senior Centers in Oakland.
Food assistance programs
The Alameda County Nutrition Action Partners (CNAP) offers food assistance information for local USDA Programs, including CalFresh (formally Food Stamps), Emergency Foods, School Meals, and WIC (download details in English / Spanish). These Programs increase food security and reduce hunger by providing children and low-income individuals and families’ access to healthy foods.
SODA FREE SUMMER CAMPAIGN
In 2007, Alameda County Nutrition Services launched the Soda Free Summer campaign and in year 5 it’s still expanding as more and more counties across the state join the efforts to spread the message and share the Sugar Savvy training and education materials. Visit the Soda Free Summer website for more information.
Regionally, the Bay Area Nutrition and Physical Activity Collaborative (BANPAC) has taken a leadership role in encouraging residents to rethink their drink. Click here for more information and resources.
SODA FREE SUMMER materials
Take advantage of our free downloadable Soda Free Summer materials.
The campaign encourages Alameda County residents to rethink their drinks and consider drinking healthier alternatives. Nutrition Services partners with several Alameda County school districts, community-based organizations, the faith-based and business communities, and health care organizations to distribute the Soda Free Tracking Log that shares facts about sweetened beverages and provides an easy way to track days without a soda.
Teachers: Use these tools and resources to educate your students about how to be sugar savvy:
SUGAR SAVVY CURRICULUM
Visit the Soda Free Summer website for more information.
EVENTS AND TRAINING
Become a champion to make your community a healthier place. Attend a community event. Be a peer educator. Do you need Nutrition Services' assistance at your next health fair? If so, complete an event request form and submit it to Nutrition Services.
All available files for teachers to download are listed and attached.
OUSD Elementary Lunch Menu April 2011, for elementary lesson plans