Eating Smart and Being Active is a series of lessons that Waukesha County UW-Extension Nutrition Educators teach to participants in their own homes or in group settings at various community sites. It is available in English or Spanish and FREE to families with children.*
Participants learn ways to plan and shop for budget-friendly meals that incorporate fruits, veggies, whole grains and lean protein foods, shop for healthy meals and snacks on a budget, and stay active as a family.
*Families with children (ages infant – 19 years old, or are expecting) who are eligible for programs such as WIC, Free & Reduced Lunch, or Food Stamps (FoodShare) meet our income guidelines to participate in ESBA.
Eating Smart & Being Active During Pregnancy
Feeding Your New Baby – Breastfeeding and Formula
Feeding Your Baby Solid Foods
For more information, contact:
Jill Herz, FoodWIse Coordinator
Eating Smart & Being Active (ESBA) is an Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) curriculum. It was developed by EFNEP staff at Colorado State University and the University of California at Davis. Eight core lessons have been designed for nutrition educators to teach healthy lifestyle choices to families with young children.
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