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Get Your Healthy Eating Habits Back on Track During National Nutrition Month

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After indulging in a long winter’s worth of comfort food, March is an ideal time for getting eating habits back on track. That’s why it’s fitting that March is National Nutrition month— and we’re celebrating all month long!

Each week we’re sharing healthy eating tips, videos and other information you can use to make smart food choices and “enjoy the taste of eating right.”

  • Week one we’ll share nutrition tips for kids.

  • Week two you’ll learn how to eat healthy while in college.

  • Week three we’ll highlight tools to help plan healthy meals for you and your family.

  • Week four we’ll share advice for eating healthy as you age.

Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook or Google+ to get the latest updates or sign up to receive nutrition month email updates delivered directly to your inbox.

And since we know few things in life are harder than getting kids to eat their fruits and veggies, join Kids.gov for a Twitter chat on Wednesday, March 5 at 1 p.m. ET. We’ll be sharing tips and trading secrets on how to make sure your kids are eating a balanced diet. Follow @Kidsgov on Twitter and use the hashtag #NNMforKids to follow the conversation.

 Find out which fats are better for you than others.

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Michelle Obama laughs with players from the NBA.
From the White House:

FLOTUS getting the word out about eating healthy and drinking water with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, and Ray Allen.

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Michelle Obama laughs with players from the NBA.

From the White House:

FLOTUS getting the word out about eating healthy and drinking water with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, and Ray Allen.

Portion control is essential for maintaining a healthy weight. Know proper portion sizes for your body.