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Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity Prevention


Achieving lifelong health for all people in Oregon includes good nutrition and active living to maintain a healthy weight and prevent chronic disease.

The state Public Health Division works with local partners across Oregon on community solutions to help increase healthy food choices and connect people to places and opportunities where they can be regularly active.

Featured Publications

  • WIC Publications - WIC is a public health nutrition program that provides Oregon women, infants and children with healthy foods, nutrition education and breastfeeding support to ensure families have the resources and knowledge to achieve optimal nutrition and lifelong health. Learn more about WIC.

Campaigns and Toolkits

Resources for strategies to support healthy choices in your community, including "Weight of the Nation", the Nutrition and Physical Activity Toolkit and Oregon Shared Meals Initiative.


Menu Labeling Law

The purpose of the Oregon's Menu Labeling law is to provide consumers with basic nutrition information about prepared food sold at chain restaurants.

Public Health Division Programs Addressing Obesity

Read more about the Public Health Programs implementing Oregon's State Health Improvement Plan.

More Resources

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