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Let's Move - national campaign to solve the challenge of childhood obesity.
The Healthy South Dakota Nutrition and Physical Activity Program is reflected in the Office of Health Promotion 2020 Strategic Map - the vision is that all South Dakotans will enjoy healthy lives free from the devastation of chronic diseases.
Iron is an essential nutrient, but many people (especially women of childbearing age and adolescent girls) do not get enough iron. Here are some suggested ways to get more iron into your diet:
Check out the HealthySD Trails posts on Facebook and learn where you can get your ‘tail on the trail’ and be more active. South Dakotans need 150 minutes per week of physical activity – so get yours while venturing outside. Be sure to ‘like’ us to receive new posts about places and spaces in South Dakota to explore.
Physical Activity Guidelines Midcourse Report
The newly released Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans Mid-Course Report – Strategies to Increase Physical Activity Among Youth available. Learn what strategies and sectors are most effective in increasing physical activity among youth.
Healthy South Dakota.gov!
This web site was created to help South Dakotans become more physically active and eat healthier foods. Come back often for more credible health information and inspiration to “Live Better. Grow Stronger.“
Eat too much while watching TV? Try taking smaller bites. (Medline Plus)
Dangerous Drinks (Medline Plus)
South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Fitness Passport Challenge - encourages you to get outdoors in SD parks