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Healthy Eating

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Healthy Eating Makes a Happier and Stronger You

When it comes to eating well, taking small steps can make a big difference.

For starters, try these five tips:

1. Eat more fruits and vegetables. They taste great, are low in calories and fat and can easily be incorporated into any meal or snack. Plus, there are so many different kinds, you’ll never get bored. Try to eat fruit that hasn’t been processed (for example, a peach is lower in calories and sugar than canned peaches or a pre-packaged fruit cup) and focus on roasted or steamed green veggies.

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Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention (NEOP)

The Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention Branch (NEOP) program, funded primarily by the US Department of Agriculture with the SNAP-ED grant, collaborates with Health System divisions, community agencies and residents to create changes using Policy, Systems, and Environment (PSE) strategies.

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Where Seniors Can Go for Nutritious Meals

San Mateo County’s Nutrition Programs for Older Adults provide nutritious meals at group dining sites, such as senior centers, and through home delivery to people who are homebound. There are a number of group dining sites throughout the County, and current sites are listed below. Older Americans Act (OAA) funded sites are indicated with an asterisk (*). Contact the San Mateo County TIES Line (1-800-675-8437) for information regarding home-delivered meals.