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A New School Year Begins!

As schools begin to open for the start of another academic year, I thought it appropriate to discuss one of the key elements to success in school: Nutrition.  We have focused on growing healthy food in the Garden Series.  I also talk a lot about the importance of movement to help children focus and learn.

I turn to the expert, Amy Kalafa, to discuss the importance of nutrition for children.  We are, after all, what we eat!


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