This page is dedicated to people and organizations who are making an effort to improve the way we eat. From small local changes to big nationwide crusades, these guys get the thumbs up in our book!
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YUM-O! empowers kids and their families to develop healthy relationships with food and cooking.
Say hello to springtime with this delightful, wholesome meal!
Far Eastern flavors add an exotic touch to tender steak and noodles.
This catch of the day is reading for dipping!
This is the easiest ever (and super delicious!) lamb supper – it can even be prepared as a make-ahead meal!
Teaching children about proper nutrition is no easy task. In order to promote positive attitudes about food and healthy eating, a nutrition book for children must keep them engaged, and most importantly, allow them to have fun learning! To meet this need, health and nutrition advocate Jay Holt created The Adventures of Tommy the Tomato, a guide to healthy eating for kids, along with a K-4 nutrition curriculum.
Read more about The Adventures of Tommy the Tomato!
Art Ginsburg, aka "Mr. Food®," was the first TV chef to promote practical “anybody can do it” cooking and food preparation solutions. After over 30 years of sharing his unique brand of quick and easy food tips and recipes with readers and viewers across the country, Mr. Food continues to find fresh ideas for cooking up fun in the kitchen.
Check out Mr. Food's webpage dedicated just to kids in the kitchen, along with an interview with him and Rachael!
Super Healthy Kids is dedicated to teaching healthy habits to kids, one plate at a time. Their mission is to provide the tools and resources that assist parents in teaching nutrition to their little ones, without nagging. Once kids learn what a balanced meal should look like, the kids can be the one to ask for more vegetables on their plates.
Check out their Healthy Habits Plate and other great resources!
The parents in Whitney P.'s son's kindergarten class were really struggling with how to get their kids (and their parents!) excited about packing healthier lunches. It was teacher Jen Chatham to the rescue when she came up with the idea of a Lunch Box Sticker Chart.
Learn how the Lunch Box Sticker Chart works!
Building self-esteem and lifelong healthy eating and fitness habits can be challenging for many children, but kids with special needs often face even greater obstacles to achieving these goals. Since 2005, The Children’s Institute in Verona, NJ has sponsored a Health and Fitness Program that is designed to meet the health needs of its special needs students.
Learn more about this unique program, which incorporates programming that serves both special needs students and offers smart, creative ideas for mainstream students as well!
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