This guest blog was written by Tammi Krier, a registered and licensed dietitian with a master’s degree in dietetics and nutrition from the University of Kansas Medical Center.
Imagine little 4-year-old fingers slicing a bell pepper with a plastic knife in between shoveling a few strips in her mouth. Eating “yucky” foods is something she’d never do with a meal. But kids are more likely to try foods they typically wouldn’t when they help prepare them.
Millions of U.S. children rely on their schools to provide them nutritious foods. With school re-openings in question due to COVID-19, supporting child nutrition programs is more critical than ever.
This guest blog is by Dr. Justin Canada, an exercise physiologist and cardiopulmonary rehabilitation expert at Virginia Commonwealth University Health in Richmond.
When it comes to our health and well-being, physical activity is a key element — even during the COVID-19 pandemic when many of us aren’t moving as much as we normally would.
For the health of all Americans