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We played this with a class of 32 fifth graders. They used the cups and baggies to take home all the leftovers they had not eaten to show their parents! You need: • Whole and diced samples of 4-8 fruits or vegetables of about the same color, some familiar,...
 
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Here is one trick we are using at home: Kitchen VIPP V = VARIETY! Each night when I prepare dinner, I serve a “buffet” in the kitchen. It usually consists of a healthy vegetarian entree like beans and rice, lentils and rice, or pasta along with a big salad,...
 

The purpose of nutrition month is to help the public become aware of the importance of good nutrition and a healthful eating plan.
 

Putting together a comprehensive and engaging cooking demonstration is hard work -- but that's about to change.
 
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Louise Levy, MPH, came up with the idea of using the top 20 list of antioxidant foods. She welcomes this list for her nutrition education classes to divert attention from all the low-carb fad diets that are being portrayed in the media. Barbara Rice, MS, RD, at Johnson Space Center conducted a presentation titled, “Eating ... Strive for Five Presentation
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Susan Jaffe of Head Start, Sacramento, CA, has 2 quick and fun presentations: 1) For kids: Bring in different colors of apples (red, yellow, and green) for children to look at and taste. Talk about the different colors, textures, and tastes as the children try each type of apple. 2) For adults: Recently, a student ... Quick Fruit and Vegetable Fun for Adults or Kids
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Rainbow Make a rainbow on the bulletin board and include all the colors listed below or make a color of the week or the month. Hold a contest to see who can come up with the best recipe for each color. “There’s Magic in the Rainbow” (not just at...