ESNY Calendar of Events

To attend a program, contact Cindy Walsh at 315-963-7286 ext. 300.

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Eat Healthy
Be Active Videos

Enjoy Healthy Food that Tastes Great

Quick Healthy Meals and Snacks

Eating Healthy on a Budget

Tips for Losing Weight and Keeping It Off

Making Healthy Eating Part of Your Life


Are You Eligible for SNAP Benefits
(formerly Food Stamps)?

Find out here (English) or (Spanish)

Eat Smart NY video English

Eat Smart NY video Spanish


Recipe Collections

Everyday Healthy Meals (NEW)

Recipes for Healthy Kids

Sample Menus and Recipes (MyPlate)

FNCS Recipe Box (multiple sources)

Let's Move Recipes

Keep the Beat Family Recipes

MyPlate Recipes

Snap-Ed Recipe Finder

Quick and Easy Meals for Less

Recipe Central

Spend Smart, Eat Smart Recipes

Univ. of Illinois Extension Recipes

Just Say Yes to Fruits and Vegetables Recipes

Eat³ Recipes

Steps to Healthy Economical Recipes

Dinner Tonight Videos and Recipes


New MyPlate Facebook Page

MyPlate Facebook page

Adopting Healthy Habits Facebook page

We Can! - Ways to Enhance Children's Nutrition and Activity



Click here for games, activities, videos, songs and more!


Balancing Calories

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MyPlate Guidelines

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Nutrition Facts Label

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Food Safety

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Making the Most of Your Food Dollar

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Healthy Choices for Life

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Useful Links

Video: Guiding Your Child to a Lifetime of Healthy Eating

Eat Well Nutrition Education Video Series

Be Active Your Way: A Guide for Adults

MyPlate 10 Tips Series     

Fruit Nutrition Database

Vegetable Nutrition Database

Food Storage for Safety and Quality

Altering Recipes for Good Health

How to Read Nutrition Facts Label

Fruits and Veggies More Matters

Eat Smart New York!
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Food & Nutrition

This area is currently being revised - check back soon for updates!


**Click here to visit our new website for programs near you, resources and recipes!**

Helping families stay healthy and manage the challenges of modern life

Cornell Cooperative Extension's Food & Nutrition program works to reduce the incidence of childhood obesity and alleviate chronic disease through improved nutrition.  Our staff provides science-based health and nutrition advice on topics from recommending healthy snacks to keeping families safe from food-related illnesses, .

CCE educators work with schools, communities, families and individuals to encourage people to take responsibility for wellness, healthful eating and active living.

By providing high-quality information and programs designed to facilitate positive behavior changes, we help to build caring, safe, and healthy communities.






Health Benefits of Eating Fruits & Vegetables
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Sports Beverages: Are They Needed?
Posted 8/1/2014 by NDSU Extension Services


Study Labels to Reduce Trans Fats
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Move More Everyday
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Shop Smart to Fill Your Cart
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Prepare Healthy Meals
Posted8/1/2014 by www.



Let’s Move Outside All Summer Long
Posted 7/31/2014 by USDA blog


Create a Grocery Game Plan
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10 MyPlate tips to stretch your food dollar
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