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About Health and Nutrition

University of Minnesota Extension Health and Nutrition Programs improve food literacy, physical activity, and healthy food access for Minnesotans to promote health and reduce disparities using University resources and proven educational and engagement strategies.

Our Impact

The public value of the Health and Nutrition Programs are as follows:

We’re only as successful as the people we partner with.

Your Turn

We all have a part to play in improving the health of Minnesotans.

Looking for Simply Good Eating?

The nutrition education programs formerly referred to as "Simply Good Eating" are now called by their federal names: SNAP Education (SNAP-Ed) and Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP). The Simply Good Eating curriculum has been discontinued. Energizers for Simply Good Eating are now Energizers for Nutrition Education.

Related Resources

Nutrition in Minnesota — Why investing in nutrition education is so important.

Minnesota Food and Nutrition Network Contact us to join this listserv and connect with other health- and nutrition-focused professionals.

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