fitness websites and resources to help you get active
Fitness.Gov | From the President's Council on Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition, this site has resources, programs, and ideas to keep you and your family active and healthy.
Let's Move! | A fun, family friendly website with facts about fitness and exercise, and ways to start or join a movement in your community.
From your library
Hoopla | Stream fitness videos and classes right to your device! Visit the new ELibrary from youranswerplace.org to learn more about this product.
DVD's, Blu-Rays and Books | Search the library catalog for your favorite workouts and practice in the convenience of your own living room. There's everything from yoga to kettlebell workouts to dance parties!
nutrition websites and materials for healthy eating
Nutrition.gov | A service of the USDA, this website links to everything from food planning to recalls!
USDA Farmer's Market| Learn how eating locally can benefit your family and community and find farmers markets near you.
from your library
Zinio | Browse your favorite healthy cooking magazines directly from your mobile device or computer. No check-out periods and unlimited downloads!
Cookbooks, DVD's, and More | Search the library catalog for cookbooks, magazines, DVD's on popular diets, food allergies, clean eating, and eating for chronic diseases
mental health resources for helping yourself or others
Mental Health.gov | Learn about the warning signs to look for, how to have challenging conversations, and where to go to get help locally.
E-Library | Visit the Consumer Health Database page to search medical databases for the latest mental health research. Books, DVD's, and Tool Kits | The library has an extensive Mental Health collection, including take home kits with books and DVD's on subjects such as Autism and Addiction.
check out these healthy resources at your library today!
Materials and reference assistance at the St. Charles City-County Library District are provided for informational purposes only. None of the information provided is intended as medical advice nor is it meant to establish a doctor/patient relationship or prescribe or replace the advice or opinion of health care professionals. You should always consult a physician before beginning or making changes in your diet, supplements or exercise program; for diagnosis and treatment of illness and injuries; and for advice regarding medications.