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Let's Eat Healthy!

Join and engage in the initiative to support children and families build healthier communities.

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Let's Eat Healthy Initiative Introduction

The Let’s Eat Healthy Initiative unites individuals and organizations through shared values.

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Through shared values, the Let's Eat Healthy Initiative elevates the health of children and families through the pursuit of lifelong healthy eating habits.

The Let’s Eat Healthy Initiative Strategic Framework outlines objectives and action steps to engage stakeholders in advancing collaboration in the initiative through multidisciplinary action and advocacy.

 

LEH Strategic Framework Values

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Together, we are making a difference! Join the Let’s Eat Healthy Initiative to take action and inspire healthier children, families and communities. 

 

 

 

2022–2023 Let's Eat Healthy Leadership Award Winners

The award program recognizes and celebrates individuals, youth leaders and organizations.

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Let's Eat Healthy Leadership Award

Nominate a champion activating the Let's Eat Healthy Initiative!

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Let's Eat Healthy Champion Spotlight

 

Headshot_CesarSauzaCesar Sauza, RD

Clinical Nutrition Manager
AltaMed Health Services
Los Angeles, California

Registered dietitian Cesar Sauza is Clinical Nutrition Manager at AltaMed Health Services in Los Angeles, California. For many years Cesar worked with the pediatric weight management program providing nutrition interventions to families and contributing to the curriculum development. In this program, families were taught how to introduce a variety of healthier foods to form long-term habits rather than taking a dieting approach. Cesar and his team of dietitians continue to provide nutrition intervention to pediatric patients of all ages with various conditions. All his experience has been in communities with a predominately underserved population. He believes in improving the health of these communities through the power of food. Cesar shared: 

Nutrition education to our youth is crucial in the prevention of preventable future health issues, rather than focusing on restriction and avoidance we should be encouraging whole foods and movement.

Ways to Engage

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Educate children and families

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Collaborate in your community

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Advocate for Health Solutions

using evidence-based nutrition
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Promote Farm-to-You Programs

(in schools + community!)
It’s exciting to see the launch of the Let’s Eat Healthy Initiative. I believe that through collaboration we can make a positive difference.
Erin Maurie, Communications Director + Policy, First 5 Sacramento

Current Campaigns

Let’s Eat Healthy campaigns include resources to help you organize, promote and celebrate nutrition themes within your school or community. Celebrate today! 

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Connect with Let's Eat Healthy Advocates

Join the listserv conversation to connect with professionals and nutrition advocates!

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Already making a difference in your community?

Share your story of improving health through nutrition to help others follow your lead!

Follow us on social media!

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Interested in collaborating on community nutrition?

Please reach out to the Community Nutrition Adviser in your area to explore how we can collaborate.