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Monday, June 13, 2011

Featured Dietitians
Kids Eat Right Volunteers,
Sharing the Monday Message


Kids Eat Right is a joint initiative from the American Dietetic Association (ADA) and American Dietetic Association Foundation. Kids Eat Right supports the efforts of the White House to end the childhood obesity epidemic within a generation. The goal of Kids Eat Right is to educate families, communities, and policy makers about the importance of good nutrition.

The Kids Eat Right website centers around the theme "Shop-Cook-Eat." The goal is to bring families together each day for nutritious meals by providing simple and easily to follow tasks.



How to shop for healthy foods for your family.How to cook foods to get the most nutrient value, including tips and recipes.The benefits of eating together as well as tips to eat when away from home.



Share the Monday Message Campaign involves ADA member volunteers who distribute weekly advice through social media channels (such as Facebook, Twitter, blogs, etc.). The Kids Eat Right campaign provides resources to help ADA members become recognized leaders in childhood obesity prevention. Volunteers then educate the community on shopping ideas, cooking tips, eating right and recipes.

The following slides are examples of Monday Messages shared over the last seven months. Links to the articles are provided below. I encourage you to visit the Kids Eat Right website where you can view all the available messages.  







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The Kid-Friendly Kitchen
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Consumers, Caregivers, Educators, Journalists, Policy Makers 
To learn more about Kids Eat Right, visit Kids Eat Right

American Dietetic Association Members
To become a volunteer, visit About Kids Eat Right and
follow the link to Sign Up as a Campaign Volunteer
 
 



Dietitians-Online and Wellness News employs adults with "Special Needs" (Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Down Syndrome, Muscular Dystrophy). The educational materials are designed for educators and individuals with limited reading skills. For additional information, please contact Dr. Sandra Frank at recipenews@gmail.com.

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