GO, SLOW, WHOA

CATCH uses a stoplight model to break foods out into three groups: GO, SLOW, and WHOA foods. The goal is to eat more GO foods than SLOW foods, and to eat WHOA foods only in very small amounts.
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FLASHCARDS (Go, Slow, Whoa) – Great activity to help kids learn about healthy food choices. (Source: We Can! from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute)

FLASHCARDS (Go, Slow, Whoa) – Great activity to help kids learn about healthy food choices. from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute)

"Pack It Up" - Song teaching Go, Slow, and Whoa foods! (Source: University of Nevada Extension)

The Pack It Up video promotes indoor physical activity and play in children while demonstrating the Pack It Up hip-hop dance which is taught in the All 4 Kid.

"Go-Slow-Whoa" by Ian Ellis James - Animation by Bill Davis (Source: Ian Ellis James - YouTube)

Go-Slow-Whoa by Ian Ellis James - Animation by Bill Davis

GO, SLOW, WHOA posters available for purchase from Flaghouse. (Source: Flaghouse)

CATCH® Go Slow Whoa® Posters

Examples of nutritious GO Foods #GoSlowWhoa #CATCH

When vegetarian recipes are the difference between meeting your financial goals and blowing up your budget, you start to pay attention!

Examples of WHOA Foods #CATCH #GoSlowWhoa

The CATCH program educates kids about nutrition with dynamic GO SLOW WHOA display materials and signage to encourage and teach kids to make healthy food choices.

"Choose More GO than SLOW and more SLOW than WHOA" (Source:

The CATCH program educates kids about nutrition with dynamic GO SLOW WHOA display materials and signage to encourage and teach kids to make healthy food choices.

"Go Slow Whoa" – You don't have to be a nutrition expert in high school or at work in Pittsville to know which foods are the healthy choice. (Source: Prevention Speaks)

"Go Slow Whoa" – You don't have to be a nutrition expert in high school or at work in Pittsville to know which foods are the healthy choice.

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