Nestlé Healthy Kids Global Program
The objective of the Nestlé Healthy Kids Global Program, which started in 2009, is to raise nutrition, health and wellness awareness of school-age children around the world.
The Nestlé Healthy Kids Global Program forms an integral part of our commitment to improving global nutrition and health through the promotion of greater awareness, improved knowledge and effective practice of healthy eating and regular physical activity. We believe that regular exercise and healthy eating helps children achieve and maintain a healthy body weight. Education is therefore a powerful tool for ensuring that children understand the value of nutrition and physical activity, and continue leading healthy lives as they get older. New Zealand's Nestlé Healthy Kids initiative is the Be Healthy, Be Active teaching program.
Be Healthy, Be Active – Teaching Program
Combining a balanced diet with physical activity is the best way to ensure you stay healthy and enjoy a good life.
Brought to you in conjunction with the Millennium Institute of Sport & Health; plus the New Zealand Nutrition Foundation, this FREE program has been developed by Learning Media for New Zealand teachers and students in Year 7 & 8.
- Teachers' Resource book
- Read & Respond cards
- Be Healthy, Be Active – Useful Tips booklet
- Food plate poster
- Interactive resources
- Online journal
To check out the Be Healthy, Be Active program go to www.behealthybeactive.co.nz
Be Healthy, Be Active – Useful Tips Booklet
Be Healthy, Be Active – Useful Tips booklet contains 10 simple tips to help you and your family to eat well and ideas to keep active. Even small changes can be a great start to improving your health.
To order a FREE copy of Be Healthy, Be Active – Useful Tips booklet
You have two options to choose from:
Download the Be Healthy, Be Active - Useful Tips booklet here (pdf, 2.4 Mb)
Visit our Contact Us page
and request a free copy to be posted to you. Be sure to mention "Be Healthy, Be Active – Useful Tips booklet" on the request form.