|Essay||Penny-wise and Pounds Foolish||
The success of school meals should be measured by the health of children and the planet, not by bodies served at lowest cost.
|Essay||Looking at the Whole: Toward a Social Ecology of Health||
Contrary to common sense, big problems are often more soluble than small ones.
|Essay||Leadership, Policy, and Change||
Wellness committees are entrusted with developing federally mandated wellness policies.
|Essay||Hooked on Sugar||
Sugar and other refined carbohydrates are linked to diabetes, depression, and addictions in our children.
|Essay||Feeding Our Kids the Right Food...and Inspiring Them to Eat It||
A Teachers College study sheds light on the importance of combining school meal change with classroom curriculum.
|Essay||But I Am a Child Who Does||
The author’s children, growing up with locally grown food and without television, prefer fresh vegetables to junk food.
|Essay||Brain Food for Kids||
Children's behavior, intelligence, and performance are significantly affected by the quantity and quality of what they eat.
|Essay||A Slice of Life||
Experiential learning is an effective strategy for the worldwide crisis of nutrition-related health problems.
|Essay||A New Era for Nutrition Education||
It is time for a new philosophy of nutrition education that informs our children about their personal health and the future of our planet.
|Essay||A New Agenda for School Food||
Children's health has never been the central goal of school food programs. We need a new paradigm.