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Be a Health Champion

Offers individuals and groups resources and strategies to help their audiences improve health.

Being Healthy Is a Big Deal! (PDF, 399KB)

Provides parents, caregivers, and youth healthy eating and physical activity tips.

Body Weight Planner

The tool helps adults set their personal physical activity and calorie goals


Celebrate the Beauty of Youth

Provides young black women tips about how to stay active and eat healthy.

Choosing a Safe and Successful Weight-loss Program

Provides tips on how to identify a weight-loss program that helps with losing weight safely, keeping the weight off over time and discussing weight with health care providers.

Climb These Steps to a Healthier You! (PDF, 390 KB)

Provides adults tips to change behaviors to improve their eating and physical activity habits.


Dieting and Gallstones

Describes gallstones, the effect of overweight and dieting on risk and safe ways to lose weight to reduce risk.


Get in the Game: Tips for Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Tip Sheet (PDF, 338 KB)

​Offers men doable tips to eat more whole grains, sit less, and more to improve health

Get Moving to Take Charge of Your Health

Discusses reasons to be active and provides examples of indoor and outdoor activities that can be fun.

Get on Track to a Healthier You (PDF, 463 KB)

​Get on track to a healthier you with these health and
fitness tips for men.

Glossary of Terms Related to Healthy Eating, Obesity, Physical Activity, and Weight Control

The glossary defines words that are often used when people talk or write about healthy eating, obesity, physical activity, and weight control.


Health Risks of Being Overweight

Discusses the links between excess weight and many health conditions and explains how reaching and maintaining a normal weight may help with staying healthy later in life.

Health Tips for African-Americans

Provides information on how to make better food and beverage choices and how to add physical activity to daily life.

Health Tips for Older Adults

Offers tips and tools to help people ages 65 and over eat healthy foods and be physically active.

Health Tips for Pregnant Women

Contains tips on how to eat better and be more active while you are pregnant and after your baby is born.

Healthy Habits for Summer

Provides tips for staying healthy during the Summer.

Healthy Meals and Snacks for Teens

Discusses strategies for teenagers to select and plan healthy meals and snacks.

Helping Your Child Who is Overweight

You can do a lot to help your child reach and maintain a healthy weight. Find out how to be active in helping your child learn habits that may improve health.

Helping Your Child: Tips for Parents

Provides parents with tips to help youth improve eating and physical activity habits.


Just Enough for You: About Food Portions

Controlling your food portions can help you manage and maintain your weight. Learn the difference between a serving and a portion, and how to choose the right amount of food for you.


Keeping Active and Healthy Eating for Men

Provides men tips on how to create healthy habits by discussing weight, health and lifestyle choices.

Keeping Active and Healthy Eating for the Whole Family

Provides information to help black women and their families eat healthier and move more.


Longitudinal Assessment of Bariatric Surgery (LABS)

LABS is a six clinical centers and a data coordinating center working in cooperation with NIH scientific staff to plan, develop, and conduct coordinated clinical, epidemiological, and behavioral research in bariatric surgery.


Overweight and Obesity Statistics

Describes the prevalence of overweight and obesity in the United States by providing statistics.


Parents...Splash Into a Healthy Summer With These Ideas! Tip Sheet (PDF, 295 KB)

​Offers parents and caregivers doable tips to help their families stay active and healthy during the summer.


Share What You Know to Help Reduce Childhood Obesity

Share this infographic on Facebook and Twitter and help others understand how to reduce overweight and obesity among kids.

Sisters Together Program Guide

Sisters Together: Move More, Eat Better is a health awareness program that encourages black women 18 years and older to maintain a healthy weight by being more physically active and eating healthy.

Stay Fit as You Mature

Contains information designed to encourage black women to move more and eat better.


Take Charge of Your Health: A Guide for Teenagers

Provides small and doable steps to help teenagers get healthier by explaining how the body works, how to make healthy food choices, and how to increase physical activity.​

Talking with Patients about Weight Loss: Tips for Primary Care Providers

Find tips for starting the discussion about weight management with your patients, along with helpful resources you could share with them.

Tips to Help You Get Active

Identifies and discusses roadblocks to being physically active and provides information on how to be active.


Understanding Adult Overweight and Obesity

Provides information for those who may be at risk of developing weight-related health problems, explains how overweight and obesity are treated, and provides ideas for improving health at any weight.

Use the World Around You to Stay Healthy and Fit (PDF, 1.2 MB)

​Provides adults and youth a few tips on how to use what they already have to stay healthy.

Using the World Around You to Stay Healthy and Fit

Provides information for how to maintain healthy habits, such as eating well and exercising regularly, by utilizing your surroundings and the world around.


Very Low-calorie Diets

Describes very low-calorie diets (VLCDs), health benefits, and risks.


Walking... A Step in the Right Direction

Provides information about the health benefits of walking, how to start a walking program, and sample warm-up stretches.


Young at Heart: Your Checklist for Better Health (PDF, 702 KB)

Provides older adults an easy to follow checklist to help them create new eating and physical activity habits to improve health and reduce disease risk.