Food and Nutrition Handouts in Multiple Languages

Eat Right nutrition tip sheets provide practical food and nutrition guidance for healthy eating. These educational handouts are written by Academy staff registered dietitians and provided in English and Spanish. (All handouts are presented in PDF format. Todos folletos presentados en formato PDF.)

25 Healthy Snacks for Kids / 25 Refrigerios saludable para los niños

English version
Spanish version

Eating Right for a Healthy Weight / La buena alimentacion y el peso saludable

English version
Spanish version

Eating Right Tips for Older Adults / La buena alimentacion para adultos mayores

English version
Spanish version

View the complete collection of Eat Right Nutrition Tips.

Additional Multi-Language Resources from the Academy

Additional Multi-Language Resources from Other Organizations

  • EthnoMed
    This ethnic medicine website, provided by Harborview Medical Center, contains medical and cultural information about immigrant and refugee groups common to the Seattle area. Handouts are available in a variety of Asian languages; some Spanish versions are available.
  • National Institutes of Health
    The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is composed of 27 Institutes and Centers and is the primary Federal agency for conducting and supporting medical research. NIH provides a comprehensive list of handouts on food, nutrition and metabolism topics in many languages that were developed by constituent agencies.
  • National Network of Libraries of Medicine
    The National Network of Libraries of Medicine maintains a directory of websites that provide consumer health information in multiple languages as part of the Consumer Health Manual, a collaborative effort of medical librarians and consumer health librarians at public libraries.
  • Utah Office of Minority Health Multilingual Library
    The Utah Department of Health's Center for Multicultural Health provides health education materials in many languages to assist health professionals in communicating with people who do not speak English or have a low English proficiency.