Rethink Your Drink Initiative
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LA Collaborative "Be Sugar Savvy" Train-the Trainer Materials
|ReThink Your Drink "Water #1" race poster pdf||Not available in Spanish|
|Presentation Guide (updated version coming soon!)||Presentation Guide (updated version coming soon!)|
|Show Me The Sugar||Show Me The Sugar|
|Soda Label and Calculation||Soda Label and Calculation|
|Sugar Shockers||Sugar Shockers|
|Target Audience Taking Action||Target Audience Taking Action|
|Tracking Form||Tracking Form|
|Train The Trainer Evaluation||Train the Trainer Evaluation|
|20 oz Cola Label||20 oz Cola Label|
|Sugar Savvy Background Presentation (updated version coming soon!)||Sugar Savvy Background Presentation (updated version coming soon!)|
Improving Nutrition, Increasing Physical Activity and Reducing Obesity in LA County
Most people try to reduce their calorie intake by focusing on food, but another way to cut
calories may be to think about what you drink
The average preschooler consumes more than 65 pounds of added sugar per year. Choose
water for your child and for the whole family- it's sugar free!
Bay Area Nutrition and
Physical Activity Collaborative (BANPAC):
Rethink Your Drink and Soda Free Summer Resources
NorthCoast Nutrition & Fitness Collaborative ( NNFC):
Rethink Your Drink Campaign
Sugar Water Gets a Facelift: What Marketing Does for Soda,
(Chronicles the soda industry’s successful efforts to recruit new customers
despite increased scrutiny from the health community by Strategic Alliance.)
Soda Consumption and Its Link to Obesity in California by UCLA and the California Center for Public Health Advocacy
This material was produced by the California Department of Public Health, Network for a Healthy California, with funding from the USDA Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly the Food Stamp Program). These institutions are equal opportunity providers and employers. In California, food stamps provide assistance to low-income households, and can help buy nutritious foods for better health. For food stamp information, call 877-847-3663. For important nutrition information visit: www.cachampionsforchange.net.