University of Montana Rural Institute
Economics | Labor Economics | Social and Behavioral Sciences
We all know that we should eat “healthy.” But what does that mean? A healthy diet includes fruits, vegetables, whole grains, proteins, and healthy fats. Eating these foods gives you energy for the day and can help manage fatigue, anxiety or stress. They also can help protect you against many diseases. Eating the right types of food is important but so is watching how much we eat.
This fact sheet on nutrition provides guidelines on how to do both. This fact sheet also provides tips on how to eat healthy on a tight budget. In addition to the English version, it is also available in Spanish and Hmong.
This fact sheet was developed by RTC:Rural for Wisconsin Promise as part of the Health Plans for Employment series. Each of the four fact sheets in this series provides healthy living tips geared towards youth.
food, healthy eating, health, wellness, employment, planning, self-management, food tracking, nutrition, health plans
© 2014 RTC:Rural
National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research
Our research is supported by grant #H133B080023 from the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, U.S. Dept. of Education. The opinions expressed reflect those of the author and are not necessarily those of the funding agency.
Research and Training Center on Disabilities in Rural Communities. (2014). Health Plans for Employment: Nutrition [Fact sheet]. Missoula, MT: The University of Montana Rural Institute for Inclusive Communities