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Healthy eating is fostered through healthy relationships with food. Children are empowered through positive food, body, and nutrition messages. Unfortunately social media can undermine healthy food relationships. Social media literacy is a component of food literacy.

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This collection of resources for media literacy, food literacy competencies, and food and nutrition security is available for downloading to use in your classroom or program. 

01. Social media literacy posters

02. Classroom posters: food literacy; food security

SOCIAL MEDIA LITERACY POSTERS

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The Media Literacy poster series provides messages for youth, informing them how to critically interpret food and nutrition information on social media.  Posters are formatted for Instagram and other social media platforms (Facebook, website, etc) and can be printed to hang in your classroom. Distribute widely!

Posters created by: Victoria Wojakowski, B.Sc. (Nutrition), B.Ed., PHEc [2021]

Broccoli diet and weight loss

Media - Broccoli Diet V2 FINAL 01_15_202

Limiting media consumption

Media - Limit Your Consumption V4 FINAL

Comparing to celebrities/influencers

Media - Don't Compare V4 FINAL 01_15_202

Organic food health-related claims

Media - Organic Foods Clear Acne V4 FINA

Good food or bad

foods

Media - Good foods or Bad foods V2 FINAL

Claims to eliminate specific foods

Media - Never eat bananas V2 FINAL 01_15

Juice cleanses and weight loss

Media - Lose Weight on a Juice Cleanse V

CLASSROOM POSTERS

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Critical food literacy competencies for young adults

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Manitoba Youth Nutrition Pilot Survey: April 2016

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Last updated: April 01 2021