Ounce of Prevention – Sports Nutrition

Introduced in 2007, the Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound toolkit addresses the growing epidemic of childhood obesity. The goal is to provide primary care providers with simple tools to educate parents in prevention strategies by making good nutritional and physical activity decisions for their children. Ounce of Prevention starts at the first well child visit, and provides these tools through 18 years old. The toolkit includes evidence-based messages as recommended by the Expert Committee within the National Initiative for Children’s Healthcare Quality (NICHQ) and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

The following pieces are taken from the Sports Nutrition portion of the Ounce of Prevention Materials:

For more Ounce of Prevention information, visit the Ounce of Prevention Project Page.

Ounce of Prevention – Calcium

Introduced in 2007, the Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound toolkit addresses the growing epidemic of childhood obesity. The goal is to provide primary care providers with simple tools to educate parents in prevention strategies by making good nutritional and physical activity decisions for their children. Ounce of Prevention starts at the first well child visit, and provides these tools through 18 years old. The toolkit includes evidence-based messages as recommended by the Expert Committee within the National Initiative for Children’s Healthcare Quality (NICHQ) and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

The following pieces are taken from the Calcium portion of the Ounce of Prevention Materials:

For more Ounce of Prevention information, visit the Ounce of Prevention Project Page.

Ounce of Prevention – Snacks

Introduced in 2007, the Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound toolkit addresses the growing epidemic of childhood obesity. The goal is to provide primary care providers with simple tools to educate parents in prevention strategies by making good nutritional and physical activity decisions for their children. Ounce of Prevention starts at the first well child visit, and provides these tools through 18 years old. The toolkit includes evidence-based messages as recommended by the Expert Committee within the National Initiative for Children’s Healthcare Quality (NICHQ) and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

The following pieces are taken from the Snacks portion of the Ounce of Prevention Materials:

For more Ounce of Prevention information, visit the Ounce of Prevention Project Page.

Ounce of Prevention – Serving Sizes

Introduced in 2007, the Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound toolkit addresses the growing epidemic of childhood obesity. The goal is to provide primary care providers with simple tools to educate parents in prevention strategies by making good nutritional and physical activity decisions for their children. Ounce of Prevention starts at the first well child visit, and provides these tools through 18 years old. The toolkit includes evidence-based messages as recommended by the Expert Committee within the National Initiative for Children’s Healthcare Quality (NICHQ) and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

The following pieces are taken from the Serving Sizes portion of the Ounce of Prevention Materials:

For more Ounce of Prevention information, visit the Ounce of Prevention Project Page.

Ounce of Prevention – 14 to 18 Years of Age

Introduced in 2007, the Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound toolkit addresses the growing epidemic of childhood obesity. The goal is to provide primary care providers with simple tools to educate parents in prevention strategies by making good nutritional and physical activity decisions for their children. Ounce of Prevention starts at the first well child visit, and provides these tools through 18 years old. The toolkit includes evidence-based messages as recommended by the Expert Committee within the National Initiative for Children’s Healthcare Quality (NICHQ) and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

The following pieces are taken from the 14-18 Years portion of the Ounce of Prevention Materials:

For more Ounce of Prevention information, visit the Ounce of Prevention Project Page.

Ounce of Prevention – 11 to 13 Years of Age

Introduced in 2007, the Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound toolkit addresses the growing epidemic of childhood obesity. The goal is to provide primary care providers with simple tools to educate parents in prevention strategies by making good nutritional and physical activity decisions for their children. Ounce of Prevention starts at the first well child visit, and provides these tools through 18 years old. The toolkit includes evidence-based messages as recommended by the Expert Committee within the National Initiative for Children’s Healthcare Quality (NICHQ) and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

The following pieces are taken from the 11-13 Years portion of the Ounce of Prevention Materials:

For more Ounce of Prevention information, visit the Ounce of Prevention Project Page.

Ounce of Prevention – 7 to 10 Years of Age

Introduced in 2007, the Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound toolkit addresses the growing epidemic of childhood obesity. The goal is to provide primary care providers with simple tools to educate parents in prevention strategies by making good nutritional and physical activity decisions for their children. Ounce of Prevention starts at the first well child visit, and provides these tools through 18 years old. The toolkit includes evidence-based messages as recommended by the Expert Committee within the National Initiative for Children’s Healthcare Quality (NICHQ) and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

The following pieces are taken from the 7-10 Years portion of the Ounce of Prevention Materials:

For more Ounce of Prevention information, visit the Ounce of Prevention Project Page.

Ounce of Prevention – Birth to 6 Years of Age

Introduced in 2007, the Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound toolkit addresses the growing epidemic of childhood obesity. The goal is to provide primary care providers with simple tools to educate parents in prevention strategies by making good nutritional and physical activity decisions for their children. Ounce of Prevention starts at the first well child visit, and provides these tools through 18 years old. The toolkit includes evidence-based messages as recommended by the Expert Committee within the National Initiative for Children’s Healthcare Quality (NICHQ) and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

The following pieces are taken from the Birth-6 Years portion of the Ounce of Prevention Materials:

For more Ounce of Prevention information, visit the Ounce of Prevention Project Page.

Ohio Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Prescribed Formula and Food Request

This form is provided by the Ohio Women, Infants, and Children Authorized Foods and Formula List Committee. This form is intended to be used by pediatricians to request prescribed food and formulas for their patients. Any questions regarding this form should be directed towards the Ohio WIC Program at the Ohio Department of Health.

Ohio Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Prescribed Formula and Food Request Form