Learning about Nutrition through Activities (LANA)

Learning about Nutrition through Activities (LANA) is a direct education and PSE change intervention designed to create supportive environments and provide role models that encourage preschool children to enjoy eating fruits and vegetables. The LANA Preschool Program is based on well-established nutrition education and behavior-change theories. LANA helps children learn to eat more fruits and vegetables by increasing opportunities for children to taste and eat fruits and vegetables, providing opportunities for hands-on experiences with fruits and vegetables, creating a supportive environment for eating fruits and vegetables, providing children with role models who eat fruits and vegetables and connecting classroom or child care activities with their home environment.

Target Behavior: Healthy Eating, Food Insecurity/Food Assistance

Intervention Type: Direct Education, PSE Change

List of Interventions

Have an intervention you think belongs on the SNAP-Ed Toolkit Website? Click here to learn how to submit your intervention for review » In 2019, the SNAP-Ed Toolkit added 52 new interventions for Implementing Agencies and others to explore. Find them by searching for intervention names with “NEW!” Intervention Name (State) Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (MA) Balanced Energy … Continued

Appendix G. SNAP-Ed Interventions Summary Chart

  INTERVENTION NAME, Abbreviation (State) BF Food PA Direct Ed Social Marketing PSE Change Child Care School Community Worksite Retail Health Care Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (MA) x x x x Balanced Energy Physical Activity Toolkit, BEPA Toolkit (OR) x x x x Baltimore Healthy Stores (MD) x x x x Bienestar Health Program (TX) x … Continued

R11: Quality of Life

Changes in population behaviors that reflect achievement of improved quality of life.