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Health and Safety » Physical Activity

Displaying 16 to 20 of 23 Publications.

  • MF2964
    MF2964
    Move into Health: Everything in Moderation, Lesson 4 (Fact Sheet)

    Advice about food serving sizes and the MyPlate guidelines for nutrition. Includes information on weight training. Portion Distortion photos and quiz. 4 p.

    $1.75
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  • MF2962
    MF2962
    Move into Health: Taking It to the Store, Lesson 3 (Fact Sheet)

    Publication helps consumers understand food labels. Look at serving size, identify products with low values for fat, cholesterol, sugars, and sodium. Try to find products with higher values for fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Includes guide to aerobic exercise. 4 p.

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  • MF2960
    MF2960
    Move Into Health: Eating for Health, Lesson 2 (Fact Sheet)

    Describes nutrients and physical activity to help consumers develop better health habits. Descriptions of nutrients include carbohydrates, fats, protein, vitamins, minerals, and water. Activity level measured by heart rate is also described. 4 p.

    $1.70
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  • MF2958
    MF2958
    Move Into Health: Where Do I Stand, Lesson 1 (Fact Sheet)

    Eating a balanced diet that includes vegetables, fruits, whole grains, lean meats, and low-fat dairy may require preparation, but you will save money over time by maintaining your health. Staying physically active gets easier the more you do it. 8 p.

    $1.45
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  • MF2786
    MF2786
    Walk Kansas for Kids

    The team goal can equal walking the 423 miles across Kansas. Every 15 minutes of activity counts as a mile, so an hour of exercise counts as 4 miles!

    $0.15
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