Many schools and school boards have found success with a variety of lunch scenarios including nutrition breaks, using older students as monitors, paid lunch programs and even classical music!
With nutrition having such an important link to learning, schools are hard pressed to come up with solutions that aren't just piecemeal and keep parents and students from getting fed up.
Your kid is somehow able to fit in an enormous amount of food. Where is your 12-year-old putting all this food?
My husband and I are trying to eat healthier (egg whites instead of whole eggs, whole grains, less white carbs) but we don’t want to overly concern our 12-year-old daughter with watching her weight.
When my son decided he was not going to eat meat again, I had no idea what we would be in…
It's better for your child's health that they don't gobble down their food. Here are some tips to get them to slow down during meal time.
Parents know childhood obesity is on the rise. But what do you do if your kid’s appetite is impossible to satisfy?
We explain how much food a child should be given and should be expected to eat at mealtime.
We explain how much food a child should be given and should be expected to eat at lunchtime.
Question: I try to get my 10-year-old daughter to eat five to 10 servings of fruits and vegetables…