L.I.F.E. For Kids. (View site)
Part of the Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital, L.I.F.E. for Kids is a weight management program designed especially for children and adolescents.
Body And Mind (BAM) (www.bam.gov)
Created by the Center For Disease Control, BAM is a great resource for educational games concerning health and diet geared toward children.
Kids Health (www.kidshealth.org)
Sponsored by Nemours, there’s a vast amount of information here about everything from nutrition to child safety. It also includes a section especially for teachers,
United States Department of Agriculture (www.mypyramid.gov)
This useful site outlines how to read the food guide pyramid, and provides age-specific advice for kids of all ages.
Sponsored by the International Food Information Council Foundation, this web site is home to fun online games, activity ideas and more.
Learn To Be Healthy (www.learntobehealthy.org/kids)
Interactive activities, health information for kids and more can be found at this site for teens, parents and teachers.
NFL Play 60 (www.nflrush.com/health)
This NFL-sponsored site is geared toward kids, and offers lots of games and ideas for how to get kids moving.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (www.hhs.gov/children/)
Here you’ll find a list of government-recognized resources for families on health issues concerning children.
Marsh Supermarkets (www.marsh.net)
Find healthy recipes for families, get input from a nutritionist, and find health information from the Marsh pharmacy. It also includes a special sections for kids.