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To Your Health! Food and Activity Tips for Older Adults
  This is an information program for healthy adults 55 years and older who are active, independent, and who shop for food. It promotes knowledge and awareness of the relationships among healthful food choices, staying active and well-being. It communicates these key messages to older adults: Good nutrition combined with regular physical activity can help you live well longer, Eating well and staying active can help reduce health risks, and You can benefit from eating well and staying active at any age. This guide provides program planners with easy-to-implement materials and resources to help adults recognize their changing nutritional needs and to choose accordingly. This guide can be used by program planners in Senior centers, Retirement communities, Public health agencies, Wellness Centers, Businesses,volunteer agencies, religious organizations.
   
Type Resource - Resource
Resource Type
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Other
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Journal Publisher [None]
Year 1995
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Contact Information
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Food Marketing Institute Publication Sales 800 Connecticut Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20006-2701 Phone: 202-452-8444 Fax: 202-429-4519
Comments
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To Your Health! Supermarket Program: $25.00 (used by supermarket operators) To Your Health! Community Program: $25.00 (used by program planners) Brochures: To Your Health! Eat Well: $20.00 per 100
 
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