December 8, 2013 at 18:23 | Report abuse | AnnF Absolutely, “eating healty” on a limited budget is a challenge. (By that I mean eating less processed food, “bad” fat, sodium, and sweetners and eating more whole grains and produce, not necessarily organic.) But in many cases it is possible, given a willingness to give it priority. Particulaly with children, to get them off to the right start; don’t get them addicted to junk food. Everyone who has commented here has access to the internet. Read the online weekly ads for specials at your local supermarkt(s) and make a shopping list. One can get peanut butter that has 200 mg sodium per serving or a brand that has only 65mg.
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L.A. Area Elementary Students Learn About Healthy Eating And Recycling With Edible Garden
The project aims to encourage young people to help protect the planet by recycling every day, at home and at school. “We want to inspire future generations to practice healthy habits,” said Steve Russell, vice president of plastics for the American Chemistry Council. “You’re never too young to learn to recycle everyday items like water bottles, yogurt cups, wraps and bags. This is a perfect lesson in recycling coming to life, in the form of a school garden.” Assemblymember Raul Bocanegra was on hand to help unveil a dedication plaque at the school in his district during a ceremony celebrating the installation of the garden.
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Healthy Eating: Healthy snacks for Santa
The new programme is being piloted by a year four class at St Vincents RC primary school which, along with Tatton MP George Osborne, was demonstrated to Cheshire East councillor Rachel Bailey. I announced at the Autumn Statement last week the launch of free school meals to key stage one school children, said Mr Osborne. So its great to see today a local school and a local organisation, in my own constituency in Tatton, running a programme designed to encourage children to make healthy eating choices. With real evidence behind it, the Food Dudes programme and initiatives such as these will help ensure that the governments investment in free school meals will not only help hardworking families on cost, but will have a real impact in helping to improve healthy eating. Year four pupil Nevan Kiernan said: The blueberries are my favourite, and Mange Tout, Ive had something like them before but at school was the first time I tried them and they are really good. By the time they leave primary school, more than a third of all children in the North West are overweight or obese. The children have had a great time learning all about the programme, watching the fun movies about the Dudes, taking part in the tasting sessions and getting Dudes rewards, said St Vincents head teacher, Roisin Moores.
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Food Dudes trial healthy eating initiative (From Knutsford Guardian)
If each family left two average-size chocolate chip cookies for Santa, it would amount to more than 500 million grams of fat and more than 7 billion calories. No wonder why Santa needs our help! Those two chocolate chip cookies can pack an average 300 calories and 20 grams of fat, mostly the heart-clogging saturated fat. Thats why Mrs.
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