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Here are some activities that encourage, “Eat Well, Play Well” by Carol Schnittjer, RD. • Blow up a number of balloons in each of the following colors: yellow, green, blue and red. • Play music, and have the students bop the balloons back and forth to each other to...
 
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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...
 

Health fair prizes or incentives can move games, presentations, and activities from good to great!
 

Looking for compelling nutrition posters to brighten your walls with motivation and education? You have come to the right place!
 
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  Fruit & Veggie Presentation Ideas Spoil the Appetite Right Irene Berman-Levine, PhD, RD, author of Dr. Irene’s Nutrition Tidbits e-mail newsletter (www.drirene.net), frequently writes about the importance of eating fruits and vegetables. At home, she faces the reality of a 13- and 17-year-old who are just like any other kids … they couldn’t care ... Fruit and Vegetable Promotion Ideas
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1. How many servings of fruits and vegetables should you eat each day, according to the National Cancer Institute and most health authorities? a) 1-2 b) 3-4 c) 5 or more 2. Gina is making a salad. On her plate she puts: 2 cups dark green lettuce, 1/2 cup diced cucumber and 1/2 cup diced ... Eat Your Way to 5 a Day – Test Your Knowledge
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The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends most adults to consume 4.5 cups or about 9 servings of fruits and vegetables daily, depending on age, weight and activity level. More than 90 percent of all Americans do not eat the recommended amount even though half are aware of the recommendation. ...