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An apple a day can add up to a whole lot of good

One-half cup has only 42 calories and no cholesterol or fat. Plus, apples are high in fiber, vitamin A, and niacin!

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Health & Wellness

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Wellness in the Schools inspires healthy eating, environmental awareness and fitness as a way of life for kids. By providing kids with healthy foods, healthy environments we help kids learn and grow!

Every step counts, take more of them!

Walking more throughout your day can make a big difference, without much added effort from you. And the great part, especially if you’re trying to maintain or lose weight, is that numbers add up- in a good way.

10,000 steps of walking burns roughly 300-450 calories each day, depending on how fast you walk and how much you weigh.

In one week, that means 2,100 to 3,100 calories burned just from walking.

One pound of fat equals about 3,500 calories.

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Fun Recipes for Kids!

If you're hungry, grab your apron and get cooking! Making food yourself - with a little help from a parent - is a great way to learn about food and meal preparation. There are plenty of recipes for you to try - from pizza to pancakes!

Recipes for Kids!

ChooseMyPlate.gov

The USDA has replaced the Food Guide Pyramid with a new nutrition education model called ChooseMyPlate.gov. The website has many new resources including 10 tips to a “great plate."

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Resources for Nutrition & Health

The resources featured below support everyday wellness and many are easy to implement.