Items available to residents of Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana. Find your state and contact your local dairy council here.
Please take a look at our Calcium and Dairy Education resources below.
Three daily servings of low-fat or fat-free milk and milk products every day as part of a healthy, balanced diet:
- Deliver important nutrients for a healthy body
- Help promote bone health
- Has been associated with reduced risk of certain diseases
It is recommended that people 9 years and older consume 3 servings of low-fat or fat-free dairy every day. However, on average, people are consuming only about 2 servings of dairy a day. Here are 30 ways to incorporate more dairy into your diet.
Breaking News On Your Child’s Bones. This sheet gives adults the how and why of building strong bones in children.
This colorful interactive handout helps 1st-through 5th-grade students learn key nutrition concepts.
Handout: 2-sided, 8 1/2” x 11”
Also available at www.nutritionexplorations.org
Help them enjoy dairy foods again with the simple tips highlighted in this consumer focused handout. 100 81/2 x 11 full-color glossy flyers per tearpad.
Frequently asked questions about lactose intolerance to make sure your child is getting adequate nutrition during his or her growing years.
Helps consumers with lactose intolerance understand this condition better and includes easy-to-do strategies to keep 3 daily servings of dairy foods in their diets.
Three daily servings of dairy foods is an easy way to keep bones strong and bodies healthy. This handout depicts calcium absorption of calcium-containing foods.
For a limited time, purchase a set of See the Difference Nutrient Rich Bar Graph Cards and get a second set FREE!
This set of 50 sturdy, colorful cards uses bar graphs to visually represent 10 nutrients found on the Nutrition Facts food labels. The Leader’s Guide offers creative activity ideas to spot nutrient-rich foods at a glance, compare the unique nutrient combinations of each food group, and demonstrates that a healthful diet incorporates foods from each food group. Set includes foods from all five food groups as well as combination foods. Perfect companion tool for our Food Models and Guide to Good Eating.
Set includes: 50 full-color cards on cardstock and 8-page Leader’s Guide.
Please note that the annual $10 discount cannot be applied to this item
See the Difference Nutrient Bar Graph Cards & Food Model Combo
Our newest tool resembles National Dairy Council’s “Comparison Cards,” which were widely used and enjoyed by health educators. “See the Difference” cards help teach the nutrient-rich foods concept to audiences of many ages by providing a visual comparison of the nutrient composition of foods. Each set includes an eight-page Leader Guide and 50 bar graph cards. These cards complement our “Food Models” — life-size cardboard photographs of 200 commonly-eaten foods with Nutrition Facts information. See the Difference cards sell for $15; Food Models sell for $20. Order both for only $25!
Combo includes: 50 full-color See the Difference cards on cardstock and 8-page Leader’s Guide PLUS 200 Food Models on 54 cards and 8-page Leader’s Guide
DUE TO LIMITED SUPPLY, THIS ITEM IS ONLY AVAILABLE TO RESIDENTS OF COLORADO, WYOMING OR MONTANA.
This handout features nutrient bar graphs of eight popular beverages. These charts help teens and adults make healthy choices by comparing the nutrient pluses and minuses of their favorite drinks.