Miss Farah

It’s March…It’s National Nutrition Month!

Posted on: March 3, 2010


     March is National Nutrition Month, a nutrition education and information campaign created by the American Dietetic Association. This awareness campaign seeks to help participants learn how to make informed food choices and develop healthy eating and exercise habits.

How does Miss Farah recommend celebrating National Nutrition Month?

– Think smaller portions

– Eat breakfast, and eat smaller meals throughout the day.

– Eat a rainbow of fruits and vegetables every day—the brighter the better.

– Exercise more, if you don’t have time to go to the gym go jogging instead by the beach! This is what I do and it’s such a stress reliever!

– Set up your refrigerator with healthy food

– Prepare healthy school lunch for your child.

– Avoid processed, packaged, restaurant and fast food.

– Camouflage vegetables and fruits in your meals if your kids don’t like veggies.

– Drink water and milk

– Sleep! Sleep! Sleep!

 

You can celebrate National Nutrition Month by passing out custom pedometers, promotional vitamin cases, and healthy snack gifts! These items will help other participants to make small but important changes in their daily routine.
 

I included a Kid-Friendly Daily Health Tips Calendar. Click on it, print it and post it on your refrigerator!

 Learn more about the National Nutrition Month here: www.eatright.org

 

 

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6 Responses to "It’s March…It’s National Nutrition Month!"

Hello

Congratulations on this effort of providing a forum for educators in Kuwait. I am an architect currently involved in the design and construction of educational facilities in the Kuwait Ministry of Education and would appreciate a correspondence with regards to your experience with children. I am hoping to incorporate feedback in the redesign of classroom space for our upcoming contracts.

looking forward to hearing from you,

thank you

Thank you for your nice words, I would love to cooperate with you and I think it’s a great thing that you are concerned with the design of classroom space. email me on missfarah83@gmail.com

Best Regards

Happy nutrition month! 🙂 Great post. lets hope that parents get involved and help their children develop healthy eating habits.

Same to you!!…Thank you and I hope so too!

– Sleep! Sleep! Sleep!
I should start with that:)

Yes you should 🙂

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