Are you a Healthy Hero? Finding time to eat right and stay active is hard. So we're giving you easy and fun ways to keep your children moving and help you prepare healthy food.
See what these local parents are doing to keep their families healthy. Read their stories or watch their videos.
Do you know a Healthy Hero Kid? We'd like to hear about what they are doing in your neighborhood. Click here to tell us and we might feature them in our newsletter.
Get the basics on active play and why it is important. See our list of fun family activities. Explore the community and see our tips for staying active!
Learn the basics of healthy food and find out how to shop smart. Grab some easy healthy recipes so you can make changes now. Also get great tips for eating healthy.
After you've had some time to look around our site and learn about our Healthy Heroes, we encourage you to visit us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube where we give away prizes, discuss interesting topics and try and have a lot of fun!
By visiting this website you've already taken the hardest step there is toward helping your kids. Because it means you know that if you don't take action today, they could face an unhealthy tomorrow. We're here to help you do just that, with tips, tools and advice that encourage your kids to eat well and stay active. It's really pretty easy. What is 5•2•1•0?
Find easy-to-use tips that can help you become the Healthy Hero in your family. Also, meet Healthy Heroes in our community who are making small changes to create a big difference.
What is "Active Play?" Find ways to get the entire family involved and locate safe places around town where kids can enjoy more heart-pumping play!
Eat fruit, lose the fries. Replace soda with skim milk. Learn more about healthy choices and shopping smart. Find quick, healthy recipes you can make at home. Easy tips for making meaningful changes.
Get access to local and national resources that will help your efforts to raise healthier kids. Also, see Healthy Hero in the news. Find pediatricians in the Rochester community.