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Enhancing Nutrition in Our Schools

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Josh Perkins, BA (bio)

April 9 2008

23 minutes


We are what we eat! This is not just a saying, but it is literally true, as every cell in our bodies is constructed and fed from the building blocks contained in the food we eat. This is true for our children as well. Academic performance, attention span, behavioral problems, mental, and emotional health all are directly related to whether children’s developmental nutritional requirements are being met. Hear about the successes that other districts have had in implementing healthy foods, and how these efforts are working in Madison, Wisconsin.


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