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The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act establishes strong nutrition policies for child nutrition programs.

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Celiac Disease Nutrition Guide, 3rd Ed. (Single Copy)

Celiac Disease Nutrition Guide, 3rd Ed. (Single Copy)

This easy to read “survival guide” outlines essential information for people diagnosed with Celiac disease.

Nutrition for Infants and Toddlers

Getting Started on Eating Right

Getting Started Eating Right (thumb)The choices parents make in feeding their infants can have a lifetime impact on your child’s health and weight. For example, research shows breast feeding can reduce the risk of ear infections, stomach viruses and childhood leukemia.

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Coping with Picky Eating Phases

Picky Eaters (thumb)All kids go through stages of being picky about food. An adult’s job in feeding kids includes buying and preparing a variety of tasty, healthful foods. The rest up to your children.

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4 Tips for Better Breakfasts

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Eating a smart breakfast can help improve behavior and school performance, as well as foster a healthy weight. When children skip breakfast, their brains and bodies suffer all day long. Here’s how to get your kids started on the nutrition fast track to a high-energy, health-smart day.

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Food Safety Risks for Pregnant Women and Newborns

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Infections from foodborne illness can be difficult to treat and can recur in pregnant women, their unborn children, newborns and infants.

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Promoting Positive Body Image in Kids

Positive Body Image (Thumb)Whatever their size or weight, children can develop either a positive or negative view of their bodies as early as preschool. It's up to parents and other adult role models to play a pivotal role in promoting a positive body image for children.

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Steps for Nursing Success

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The first week of August is World Breastfeeding Week. It’s no secret breast-feeding is best for baby and best for mom. In fact, the US Surgeon General recommends babies be fed exclusively with breast milk for the first six months. Breast milk’s unique antibodies (or disease-fighting cells) help protect infants from numerous illnesses and diseases.

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Smart Nutrition Solutions for Any Case of Morning Madness

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A time crunch, a picky eater or lack of appetite in the morning all can keep you from making it out the door on time. Fortunately, plenty of healthy breakfast options are available for any morning hurdles you face.

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