Ill. students learn about "go," "slow" and "whoa" foods

09/26/2011 | Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, Ill.)

Students at Husmann Elementary School in Illinois learn that fruits and vegetables are "go" foods that they should eat as much as possible, while "slow" foods such as canned fruit in light syrup can be eaten often but not every day, and "whoa" foods such as soda are for special occasions. It's part of the Coordinated Approach To Child Health program, run in conjunction with Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital, that promotes the importance of a healthy diet and exercise.

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