We all make food and lifestyle choices each day. These choices impact the health and wellbeing of ourselves, our families and our communities. There are many factors that influence our food choices, such as taste, cost, availability, advertising, cooking skills, and our knowledge about food and nutrition. Healthy eating is more than the food on your plate. It's a pattern on eating a variety of foods that supports our physical, social and mental wellbeing. Healthy eating may reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, cancer and heart disease but also support the management of a disease or illness.

Are you trying to make food and lifestyle changes to prevent a chronic disease, to feed your family, reduce food waste? Or do you simply don't know where to start? The following pages can help you learn about eating healthy and where to find programs and services in Manitoba so that you can make informed decisions about your health and the health of your loved ones.



Eating well in your community - healthy eating for where you work, play, learn and live.

Ages and Stages - Healthy eating at various stages in the lifecycle.



nutrition programs and dietitian services - nutrition programs and registered dietitian services specific to each regional health authority.