Nutrition is one of the best tools we have to help reduce the risk of chronic disease. Health professionals play a key role in encouraging healthy food and beverage choices. Use these materials to start a conversation and share key messages with your patients, clients, and peers on the evidence-based nutrition guidance found in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020–2025:
- Talk to Your Patients about Healthy Eating
- Build Healthy Eating Routines Across the Lifespan
- Cut Down on Added Sugars, Sodium, and Saturated Fat
- Make Healthy Drink Choices
These materials and more are found on DietaryGuidelines.gov in English and Spanish.
For Health Professionals
Talk to Your Patients About Healthy Eating
This guide includes nutrition tips and conversation starters for dietitians, nurses, doctors, and other providers working with the public.
For Patients or Clients
Build Healthy Eating Routines Across the Lifespan
These handouts provide tips to help people eat healthy at all stages of life.
Cut Down on Added Sugars, Sodium, and Saturated Fat
These materials offer people guidance for lowering the amounts of added sugars, sodium (salt), and saturated fat consumed.
Make Healthy Drink Choices
This guide provides tips for choosing healthy drink choices.