Eat Smart

Make mealtime, together time for better mental and physical health.

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Mealtime doesn't have to be draining. When families dine together, both the kids and the adults are more likely to eat fruits and vegetables. Family meals can also help defuse conflicts with kids, ease their stress and depression, improve their grades and boost parents' mental well-being, too.


Own your moment to nurture your kids' health — and your own.

When families eat together, amazing things happen.

Let’s bring health and well-being into everyone’s homes this fall. Owning your moment can be as simple as enjoying a family meal together. Study after study has shown the varied, lifelong benefits of family meals.

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Heart Check Foods

Looking for healthier foods and ingredients for your home-cooked meals? Look for the Heart-Check mark.

Only that mark assures you of nutritional value – and high standards for overall health.

Find Heart-Check Certified Foods in the Grocery Store
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Picky Eater
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Bringing Back Family Mealtime

These days, we eat more food away from home compared to generations. Eating together with your family for about 20 minutes only three to five times a week is all it takes to enjoy many benefits of family mealtime

Picky Eater

Fixing Food Fussiness (in Kids & Adults)

Picky eaters can miss out on a lot of good food! and important nutrients. These tips will help nourish your family with healthful foods and help return some harmony to mealtime.

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Healthier Grocery Shopping

Want to make smart food choices but confused by all the health claims, messages and logos on foods? Use these tips to avoid the brain strain.

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Healthy Cooking Oils

Here’s an alphabetical list of common cooking oils that contain more of the “better-for-you” fats and less saturated fat.

What's on your plate?

Eating healthy doesn’t have to mean dieting or giving up all the foods you love. Learn how to ditch the junk, give your body the nutrient-dense fuel it needs, and love every minute of it!

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