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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.

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Fueling Snacks to Take to Your Child's Game

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When your little league baseball player or soccer star says, “Your turn to bring snacks,” stress can inadvertently be added to your already hectic day. But, it doesn’t have to when your snack game plan provides nourishing, tasty choices for the hungry kids.


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Combating Obesity with Fitness and Activities

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Sometimes it seems like the fight against childhood obesity is only waged in the kitchen. But, it happens in living rooms and playgrounds, too. Sports participation and general physical activity are two positive patterns that impact obesity.

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Family Exercise for Every Season

Workout Any Season (thumb)The key to an active family is finding fun things to do in every season. Aim for a goal of 30 minutes for adults, 60 minutes for kids, of moderate activity daily—no matter the weather!

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Add Action to Your Lifestyle

Action on Lifestyle (thumb)Regular physical activity is just as important to a healthful lifestyle as smart eating. Apply the same principles of variety, balance and moderation to both your food choices and your physical activities.

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Healthy Children are a Family Affair

Family Affair (thumb)Parents are children's biggest influences when it comes to healthy behaviors, so provide your kids with opportunities for family fun. You can help your children learn to make healthier food choices and engage in regular physical activity by being a good role model.

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Get Moving

Get Moving (thumb)Children who participate in physical activities develop a variety of physical, mental and social skills in fun, playful ways. Being active at an early age can develop a lifelong habit of physical activity and promote a healthy weight throughout adolescence and adulthood. 

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Eat Right to Play Hard

Eat Right, Play Hard (thumb)Active kids need fuel for sports, school and everyday health, as well as normal growth and development. When young people are involved in competitive athletics, their need for power foods and fluids is higher than usual.

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