Tips for Packing Healthy Lunches

With the appearance of COVID-19, many guidelines and laws across the states are changing. School administrators, teachers, parents and grandparents are working to supply food for children in a safe and healthy manner.  Part of establishing and maintaining good health …

Yes, You Have to Wait for Dinner

Feeding one’s family can often turn into a food fight or at least a source of conflict. Supermarkets are lined with cookies, sweetened beverages, and candy.  Any parent knows that walking through a grocery store can be a challenge to

Expert’s Insights on Childhood Obesity

According to the CDC, in the U.S., the percentage of children and adolescents affected by obesity has more than tripled since the 1970s. Data from 2015–2016 show that nearly 1 in 5 school-age children and young people aged 6

Smarter Breakfasts Boost Brain Power

Is your school breakfast program providing the best, brain-boosting energy for students? From planning a nutrient-rich menu to enhancing the accessibility and convenience of your meals, this webinar will provide tips to enhance your program, increase student participation, and nudge

Social-Emotional Learning in Schools

Across America, we are currently experiencing a youth mental health crisis. According to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), 7.1% of US children aged 3-17 have diagnosed anxiety, while 3.2% of US children aged 3-17 have diagnosed depression.…