Category Archives: Nutrition

School lunches are packed with nutritional value. In a recent study, researchers found that lunches served in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) have higher nutritional quality than lunches bought from home. The report stated that the lunches are high in dairy-rich foods, lower in empty calories from solid fats and added sugars, and lower Read More →

Did you help a hungry child  get a free meal lately? During the school year hundreds of children  benefit from free or reduced meals from the school breakfast program or lunch program. These meals are administered by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA).  Children are just as hungry during the summer too, but the good news Read More →

  Sending a child to camp shouldn’t break your budget. Trying to stay fit shouldn’t be a burden. Camp ENERGY is a camp where you can sent your child away on a low budget; where they can learn how to have fun while getting fit. Camp ENERGY is a one week camp that teaches and Read More →

  Here’s a children’s fitness board game that commands players to complete a variety of yoga, cardio, stretching and strength movements. In Flip2BFit, participants are instructed to choose a movement individually, or as a team. At the spin of wheel, the board game inspires children to stay fit and create healthy eating choices. Like FitDeck Read More →