What's on MyPlate?, a video from Purdue University, provides practical, everyday examples of how to follow the United States Department of Agriculture's MyPlate nutritional guidelines.
The preview video below features footage in English and Spanish and follows a busy, working mom as she highlights practical nutrition and physical activity tips for following the United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) new MyPlate guidelines. The DVD includes six different (5- to 7-minute) video clips for each food group. Recipes from the video can be found in the Eat Right for Less cookbook.
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How to Use the What's on MyPlate? Video
In the video below, DVD author Melissa Maulding walks you through the What's on MyPlate? video, and tells how to use the six video segments, supporting materials, and recipes from the Eat Right for Less cookbook. She explains how to use this new video in presentations with limited resource families and teens.