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Nutrition Newsletters

Nutrition Nuggets, Teen Food & Fitness and our new publication “Rethink” in collaboration with Conagra Foods.

Nutrition Nuggets (K-6) and Teen Food & Fitness (7-12) are monthly newsletters packed with practical ideas any family can use to improve their nutrition and physical activity.

Parents & students can get tips on how to:

  • Prepare nutritious foods on a tight schedule and tight budget
  • Find time in the daily routine for physical activity
  • Help their children choose healthy snacks
  • Make exercise fun
  • Make nutritious foods attractive to kids

We hope you find this information useful and fun!

Click on the newsletter you would like to view:

 Nutrition Nuggets

 Teen Food & Fitness



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