Interactive play educates students about nutrition

03/1/2012 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Students in an Ohio school district recently learned about the importance of eating breakfast and of nutrition through the interactive play "The Amazing Food Detective." The program, by health care organization Kaiser Permanente, shows the effects of junk food and encourages students to eat more fruits and vegetables. Officials say the school backs up the rhetoric by serving healthy morning snacks and sugar-free cereals.

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