Go! Healthy Worksite Recognition

Go! Healthy Worksites looks to acknowledge and support employers in Bismarck and Mandan who have demonstrated a commitment to their employees’ health by developing and implementing exceptional employee wellness programs.

The American Heart Association Fit-Friendly Worksites Recognition Program recognizes area work places that go beyond to create a healthy envoronment for employees. Area Fit-Friendly workplaces include:

– Basin Electric Power Cooperative, Bismarck
– Custer Health, Mandan
– National Information Solutions Cooperative (NISC), Mandan
– North Dakota Department of Health, Bismarck
– North Dakota historical Society, Bismarck
– Sanford Health, Bismarck

If your business wants to become a Fit Friendly Worksite, visit the American Heart Association’s website for more information.

On the Move Program in the Schools

On the Move to Better Health is a five-lesson curriculum for children grades four through six to promote healthy behaviors such as eating more fruits, vegetables and calcium-rich foods and getting plenty of physical activity!

Click the MyPlate Juggler to begin logging your healthy activities!

BisMarket: Your Community Farmers Market

The 2015 BisMarket is underway! We will see you at Sertoma park every Saturday and Tuesday this summer for some delicious local food and more. Don’t forget about GO! to the Market Saturdays for local artists, booths and food demonstrations.

Check out the 2015 BisMarket poster for more information.

Go! Vending and Concession Guidelines

A key strategy for obesity prevention is improving access to healthy foods and beverages. Unfortunately, it can be difficult at times to find healthy options when on the go. Vending machines offer the convenience of a quick snack, but the selection of healthy options can be limited. Applying nutrition standards for foods and beverages in vending machines can improve access to healthier selections.

The National Alliance for Nutrition and Activity has developed standards for healthy vending machines. They also have a list of approved beverage and snack options for these machines.

The USDA has also listed standards for food sold in schools. These standards can be found here.

For more information on healthy Bismarck vendors, contact:

Healthier 4 You Vending

Good 4 U Vending

Grow Healthy Vending

Adventure Walks

Go for an adventure! Click on the following links for more information:

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