Topics for women categorized by various life stages.
Provides tips for eating a balanced diet and maintaining physical activity for young women.
Discusses symptoms of eating disorders and health consequences.
Includes information about micronutrients that are particularly important for young women.
For the college athlete – information about nutrition, sleep, and eating disorders especially relevant for this population.
Focus is on various micronutrients (and their sources) that are important during pregnancy.
Describes the role of exercise in a healthy pregnancy, factors to consider, and how to pace yourself.
Links to articles about numerous issues relating to nutrition and health during pregnancy.
FAQ about pregnancy and health.
Myth vs. Fact presentation regarding nutrition and pregnancy.
Tips for building a healthy diet during pregnancy.
Discusses the benefits of exercise during pregnancy, includes restrictions and things to avoid.
Links to various resources regarding nutrition and diet during pregnancy.
Explanation of gestational diabetes with links to additional resources.
Information about gestational diabetes.
Advice regarding physical activity for pregnant women.
Q&A about nutrition to support breastfeeding.
Q&A about the benefits of breastfeeding.
Resources from the USDA, NIH, and DHHS about breastfeeding and related topics.
Various articles on breastfeeding and different infant feeding stages (formulas, bottles, weaning, etc.).
Consumer-focused article about the importance of food and drink choices while breastfeeding.
AND’s practice paper and link to their position paper about breastfeeding and its role in supporting infant health.
Science-heavy explanations of the impact of exercise during breastfeeding.
Discussion of menopause and nutrition recommendations.
Curriculum on health and fitness for women aged 45-60.
Information regarding specific nutrients (and their food sources) that women generally need to make sure they are getting in sufficient amounts.
Under Health and Wellness tab: Various topics relevant to women’s nutrition, including information on physical activity, injury prevention, food allergies/intolerances, and food/nutrition basics.
Information about osteoporosis and its prevention. Appropriate for women of all ages.