Read about feeding practices for infants and toddlers from birth to 24 months of age.
Follow these tips to help your picky eater try new foods.
The Thousand Day Window of Opportunity
Breastfeeding protects the health of mothers and babies.
Why it matters, what CDC is doing, and how it makes a difference
Data sets, reports, and systems related to nutrition
Why vitamins and mineral matter and what CDC is doing globally
Nutrition related Vital Signs, state reports, tools, and training
Practical strategies for healthy foods and drinks in the first two years
Dietary guidelines and approaches to improve population nutrition
Programs and policies that make healthier foods more accessible, including promoting nutrition standards
Resources, policies, research, recommendations, frequently asked questions and more related to breastfeeding.
Resources to help state and local programs advance strategies related to nutrition and physical activity.
Dietary Guidelines encourage individuals to eat a healthful diet.
Food Safety for Infants After a Disaster
Precautions to take when feeding your infant after a flood, hurricane or other emergency.
Nutrition for Everyone
USDA’s ChooseMyPlateexternal icon has nutrition tips and resources for everyone.
Food Service Guidelines
Three communities develop plans to make healthier food service and procurement practices a reality.