These three worksheets for young women can help you figure out which types of exercise you'll enjoy most and how to get started, stay motivated, and free up time for fitness.
Center for Young Women's Health at Children's Hospital Boston
This online tracking tool lets you track what you eat to manage your diabetes and prevent the onset of complications. Explore nearly 5,000 foods and find recipes and healthy alternatives to improve your meals. En español
American Diabetes Association (ADA)
On this website you'll find suggestions for reducing the number of calories in what you drink and help deciphering nutrition facts labels. En español
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
This website helps you set, track, and achieve goals to live a healthier lifestyle.
This activity guide for after-school program leaders provides quick, simple things to do with kids to help them develop skills for making healthful physical activity and eating choices.
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food & Nutrition Service (FNS)
The President’s Challenge helps people of all ages and abilities increase their physical activity and improve their fitness through research-based information, easy-to-use tools, and friendly motivation.
President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports
This easy-to-read, bilingual Spanish and English tip sheet encourages teens to lower their risk for diabetes by being active, making health food choices, and losing weight if they are overweight. En español
National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP)
This book gives parents and children a positive, safe initial approach to lifetime weight management.
This program can help you lose weight by forming helpful habits, eating smarter, getting more exercise, and providing support through in-person meetings and online resources. En español
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