Good Nutrition Starts With...MyPlate Pocket Pal

Make the most of the USDA's MyPlate icon and today's most valuable advice for healthy eating. A great teaching tool, this 8-panel carry-along guide shows at a glance 10 basic tips to promote eating smart. Everyone is reminded to: Make half the plate fruits and vegetables; Avoid oversized portions; Eat more vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and fat-free or low-fat milk and other dairy products; Cut back on sugar, fat and sodium; and much more.


Medical I.D. Pocket Pal

Carry medical and personal information in pocket, wallet or purse. Includes:

  • Name and address
  • Emergency contact
  • Doctor's name
  • Hospital of choice
  • Medical insurance and conditions
  • Medication and dosage
  • Medicine allergies
  • Blood type
  • Organ donor
  • Location of documents


Know Your Numbers Tips and Recorder Pocket Pal

Help recipients keep track of important health information. Provides space to record results of screenings for blood glucose, blood pressure, cholesterol, body mass index, waist measurement and weight, plus explanations about these key measurements of health.


Living Longer and Healthier — Journal For Adults 55+

Larger-print 32-page journal encourages adults 55 and over to monitor and take charge of their health and well-being. With the latest facts, tips and checklists on preventive healthcare and room for health records. Includes:

  • Heart Health
  • High blood pressure
  • Cancer prevention
  • Osteoporosis
  • Exercise
  • Nutrition
  • Memory skills
  • Mental well-being
  • Stress relief
  • Prostate health for men
  • Breast care for women


Eating & Exercising For Good Health Handbook

Recipients will get on track with eating and exercising tips and recorders. They'll learn the Basics of Eating Right, How to use the Food Pyramid, Read Nutrition Labels and much more. Also includes information on Weight Loss, Exercise Basics, Exercise for Strength Training and Stretching and a BMI Chart. Features recorders and logs for Daily Exercise, Walking, Weight Loss and Changing Everyday Habits.