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The ABC’s of food

Pilot nutrition program targets Marietta second graders

February 1, 2013

A joint effort aimed at battling hunger and promoting health in the region is starting young, teaching second-graders how to eat healthy....

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Feb-01-13 7:38 PM

Milk is not a major factor for a child after a child is 2 years old. Children and adults should be getting all the nutritution from healthy eating, fruits and veggies, after that.

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Feb-01-13 11:14 AM

They need to server only whole milk to kids till there over 14 the 2% milk doesn't have the fat the brain needs to develop properly

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Feb-01-13 10:39 AM

WOW, ASKNOT. What do you consider a healthy drink option? And when did MILK become an unhealthy beverage? You do have one other option, pack your child's lunch everyday!

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Feb-01-13 4:20 AM

I once was buying a bag of apples and a kid who was three or four walked up to me and asked me "what are those" I told him apples. I just couldn't understand how a three or four year old didn't know what an apple was. Then I saw his mothers cart.

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