Eat a variety of foods in appropriate amounts each day. Choose fresh, local products. Make half of your plate vegetables at every meal. Minimize processed foods when possible. Reduce fried food consumption.
Choose and prepare foods with less salt, fat and added sugar.
Prepare and store foods safely. Wash hands thoroughly with soap before and after handling food.
Do at least 30 minutes of moderate-intense activity (such as brisk walking) on five or more days each week.
Drink plenty of safe and clean water each day. Reduce/avoid consumption of sugary drinks.
Don’t use nicotine products (cigarettes, vape, betel nut with tobacco). Don’t do drugs. Seek help if you are trying to quit nicotine-use at (670)323-QUIT.
Reduce consumption of alcohol. Avoid heavy drinking.
If possible, choose to breastfeed your baby. Seek guidance and assistance from WIC or the Maternal Child Health Bureau at (670)664-8701.
Take care of yourself first in order to be there for others. Relieve stress in healthy ways, like exercising, doing art, spending time with friends & family, and listening to music.
About Tobacco Regulations
Smoke-Free Air Act (PL 16-46)
It is illegal to smoke in government buildings & vehicles, public places (restaurants, supermarkets, laundromats, health care facilities, hotel lobbies, sports arenas, poker rooms, etc.), places of employment, school and college campuses, outdoor sports fields, outdoor areas within 25 ft of an enclosed smoke-free area, and outdoor places of employment within 25 ft of a non-smoking person.
E-cigarettes are defined as a tobacco product. It is illegal to sell e-cigarettes to minors and for minors to use e-cigarettes. E-cigarettes are also included in violations of the Smoke-Free Air Act.
Betel Nut Control Act (PL 19-66)
It is illegal to offer, give, or sell Betel Nut to any person who is under the age of 18. It is illegal for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase, consume, or possess Betel Nut at any time. Betel Nut shall not be displayed openly or in any manner in any part of the business premises generally open to the public.
Smoking in Vehicles (PL 19-82)
It is illegal to smoke in a motor vehicle in the presence of a person under the age of 18, whether the vehicle is in motion or at rest.