Dietician supports healthy snacking at school

12/27/2012 | Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, Ill.)

Healthy snacks, such as fruit, can improve students' concentration, according to Kim Kramer, a registered dietitian with the Illinois Dietetics Association. She noted that districts set snacking policies, with some encouraging morning snacks and others choosing to provide breakfast. Students "shouldn't be going more than four to five hours without food," Kramer said.

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