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    Who do you think has a greater influence as a role model on health and nutrition: a parent, teacher or young adults? The Consortium to Lower Obesity in Chicago Children (CLOCC), believes its young adults,

    The post Countdown to Good Health and Nutrition: 5-4-3-2-1 Go!® appeared first on Peaceful Playgrounds.


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      Ideas for  Healthy School Lunches 1. Serve a Hot Meal Schools across the country are beginning to prepare hot meals on site making available healthier choices thus eliminating or reducing fried foods and junk

    The post 10 Tips for Healthy School Lunches appeared first on Peaceful Playgrounds.


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    In this article we will look into the movement that is transforming the nation’s schools, the “Local Food Movement” via school gardens. Americans are facing epidemic levels of childhood on-set of diabetes, a disease which

    The post School Gardens: Schools Teaching Organic Gardening appeared first on Peaceful Playgrounds.


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    Childhood obesity has taken center stage as children’s #1  health problem. Senators and Congressmen are joining forces and passing legislation for mandatory physical education and many states are reinstating recess. Pediatricians are attempting to advise

    The post Healthy Food, Healthy Bodies Healthy Minds appeared first on Peaceful Playgrounds.


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    There is a public health crisis facing the United States and many countries around the world. Unlike so many public health crises resulting in disease, it can’t be cured by an inoculation. The disease has

    The post Nutrition in Schools – Childhood Obesity appeared first on Peaceful Playgrounds.


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    First Lady Michelle Obama unveiled her strategy for tackling the nation’s childhood obesity crisis. Mrs. Obama’s initiative is called Let’s Move, and includes a website with tools and background on the initiative. Her speech was

    The post Schools Role in the Childhood Obesity Crisis appeared first on Peaceful Playgrounds.


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    Who do you think has a greater influence as a role model on health and nutrition: a parent, teacher or young adults? The Consortium to Lower Obesity in Chicago Children (CLOCC), believes its young adults, and they are taking advantage of that fact. They have started a program using about 24 high school students to […]

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      Ideas for  Healthy School Lunches 1. Serve a Hot Meal Schools across the country are beginning to prepare hot meals on site making available healthier choices thus eliminating or reducing fried foods and junk food from school grounds. The problem however, is that healthy foods can take longer to eat and research indicates that […]

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    In this article we will look into the movement that is transforming the nation’s schools, the “Local Food Movement” via school gardens. Americans are facing epidemic levels of childhood on-set of diabetes, a disease which in many of these children is preventable. Local schools are implementing gardens which allow for hands-on-learning in a variety of […]

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    Childhood obesity has taken center stage as children’s #1  health problem. Senators and Congressmen are joining forces and passing legislation for mandatory physical education and many states are reinstating recess. Pediatricians are attempting to advise parents to attain a healthy body weight for their children. The emphasize that healthy bodies healthy minds go hand in […]

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    There is a public health crisis facing the United States and many countries around the world. Unlike so many public health crises resulting in disease, it can’t be cured by an inoculation. The disease has reached epidemic proportions and is called childhood obesity.  We need to address nutrition in schools before its too late. 20% […]

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      First Lady Michelle Obama unveiled her strategy for tackling the nation’s childhood obesity crisis. Mrs. Obama’s initiative is called Let’s Move, and includes a website with tools and background on the initiative. Her speech was informative and inspiring. One quote was particularly compelling. “We can’t build the future for our youth, but we can […]

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    Who do you think has a greater influence as a role model on health and nutrition: a parent, teacher or young adults? The Consortium to Lower Obesity in Chicago Children (CLOCC), believes its young adults, and they are taking advantage of that fact. They have started a program using about 24 high school students to [...]

    The post Countdown to Good Health and Nutrition: 5-4-3-2-1 Go!® appeared first on Peaceful Playgrounds.


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    Ideas for  Healthy School Lunches   [jwplayer config="Large Player" mediaid="4534"]   1. Serve a Hot Meal Schools across the country are beginning to prepare hot meals on site making available healthier choices thus eliminating or reducing fried foods and junk food from school grounds. The problem, however, is that healthy foods can take longer to [...]

    The post 10 Tips for Healthy School Lunches appeared first on Peaceful Playgrounds.


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    Schools Teaching Organic Gardening In this article, we will look into the movement that is transforming the nation’s schools, the “Local Food Movement” via school gardens. Americans are facing epidemic levels of childhood onset of diabetes, a disease which in many of these children is preventable. Local schools are implementing gardens which allow for hands-on-learning [...]

    The post School Gardens: Schools Teaching Organic Gardening appeared first on Peaceful Playgrounds.


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    Childhood obesity has taken center stage as children’s #1  health problem. Senators and Congressmen are joining forces and passing legislation for mandatory physical education and many states are reinstating recess. Pediatricians are attempting to advise parents to attain a healthy body weight for their children. The emphasize that healthy bodies healthy minds go hand in [...]

    The post Healthy Food, Healthy Bodies Healthy Minds appeared first on Peaceful Playgrounds.


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    There is a public health crisis facing the United States and many countries around the world. Unlike so many public health crises resulting in disease, it can't be cured by an inoculation. The disease has reached epidemic proportions and is called childhood obesity.  We need to address nutrition in schools before its too late. 20% [...]

    The post Nutrition in Schools – Childhood Obesity appeared first on Peaceful Playgrounds.


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      First Lady Michelle Obama unveiled her strategy for tackling the nation’s childhood obesity crisis. Mrs. Obama’s initiative is called Let's Move, and includes a website with tools and background on the initiative. Her speech was informative and inspiring. One quote was particularly compelling. “We can’t build the future for our youth, but we can [...]

    The post Schools Role in the Childhood Obesity Crisis appeared first on Peaceful Playgrounds.