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School Health - Articles
Getting your kids involved in planning their own lunch is one of the best ways to ensure they’ll actually eat it.
When children eat right, they can improve their memory and their ability to concentrate. Eating well supports healthy growth and development.
Since the Balanced School Day involves two nutrition breaks, you might have to plan your child’s snacks and lunches more carefully. Here are some tips and meal ideas to get you started.
Enter this year's Kids Recipe Challenge to win great prizes!
Fundraisers are a great way to raise money for schools and support healthy food choices. Read on for some fundraising ideas that comply with the new School Food and Beverage Policy.
Sample meal plan for feeding your preschooler (ages 3 to 5)
What’s the difference between omega-3 and omega-6 fats?
I've heard that coconut oil is the best oil to use. Is that true?