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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Are fast-food restaurant kids' meals getting healthier? Sure, some have added apples or offer milk as a drink option. And with all the attention on childhood obesity and good nutrition, one might think significant changes were …See all stories on this topic »

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Sarah Woodruff, assistant professor in the department of kinesiology, and Kathy Fryer, a lecturer in the faculty of nursing, both at the University of Windsor, talk about their research into childhood nutrition and physical activity.See all stories on this topic »

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A recent study by the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) found that 97 percent of children's meals available at the top restaurant chains don't meet recommended nutritional guidelines. Chicken fingers, burgers and fries continue to take …See all stories on this topic »

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The LUSD Child Nutrition Department amassed a total of $569,096 in grant funds for its 2012-2013 programs. However, the fresh fruit and vegetable program, which is being carried in 9 elementary schools within the LUSD, is funded mostly by a $337,949 …See all stories on this topic »

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Gardening | Kingdom Kids Nutrition


Little ones eat what they grow, You save money, and Have the freshest produce you can get! One of the tips I give to people to get their kids to eat healthy

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