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Kids Eat Right Month®

Resources for RDNs and NDTRs

A male food and nutrition professional (RDN or NDTR) is leading a cooking demonstration and hands-on class with teenagers and young adults for Kids Eat Right Month.
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Registered dietitian nutritionists and nutrition and dietetics technicians, registered, work in various settings throughout the community and are well-equipped to help children and families eat more healthfully. Some actions RDNs and NDTRs can take in honor of Kids Eat Right Month® include:

  • Visit the Academy Foundation website to access free resources and toolkits, as well as learn more about grant opportunities to support your work.
  • Contact a local school, community group, library or faith community to schedule a nutrition presentation or cooking demonstration for children and families. Or, host a virtual nutrition education class from your own home through a live-streaming platform or website.
  • Promote Kids Eat Right Month® in newsletters or on websites (whether your own or your employer's) and to your local media using our Kids Eat Right Month® Media Materials.
  • Follow Kids Eat Right on Facebook, TwitterYouTube and Pinterest. Use the hashtag #KERmonth to connect with others who are celebrating.

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