We’d love for you to get involved with MyPlate, MyWins! Join on as a partner or simply help us spread the word. See below for sample content, messaging and multimedia that you can share with your audience or use to create your own resources. More resources will be posted over time, so check back often or join our email list for updates.
Help us spread the word about MyPlate, MyWins! Follow @MyPlate on Twitter and Facebook for healthy eating tips, recipes, information about social media events, new resources, and more. Join the conversation using #MyPlateMyWins.
Ready to act now? Below are sample messages for Twitter:
|It all counts! Make small changes towards a healthy eating style with #MyPlateMyWins. go.usa.gov/xp9gy|
|What's #MyPlate? It’s a visual reminder to follow a healthy eating style by choosing a variety from each food group. go.usa.gov/xp9gf|
|We’re all in this together! MyPlate nutritionists share their #MyPlateMyWins & want to hear from you. go.usa.gov/xp9g6|
Partner with Us
Excited about MyPlate, MyWins and want to get involved? Partner with us and join our Nutrition Communicators Network. This network provides an opportunity for different communities and organizations to come together in efforts to communicate the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and MyPlate. To collaborate and share resources with communicators like you, become a MyPlate Community Partner, National Strategic Partner, MyPlate On Campus Ambassador, or Federal Partner.
Use MyPlate Messages
Find MyPlate food group tips and solutions that reflect personal preferences, values, traditions, culture, and budget. The MyPlate consumer messages to help communicate the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans are:
Everything you eat and drink over time matters. The right mix can help you be healthier now and in the future. Start with small changes to make healthier choices you can enjoy.
Find your healthy eating style and maintain it for a lifetime. This means:
● Make half your plate fruits and vegetables.
○ Focus on whole fruits.
○ Vary your veggies.
● Make half your grains whole grains.
● Move to low-fat and fat-free milk or yogurt.
● Vary your protein routine.
● Drink and eat less sodium, saturated fat, and added sugars.
Feel free to use and share the image below. For guidance on using MyPlate graphics in your materials, see the MyPlate Graphics Standards.