Program helps students log daily nutrition, exercise

02/24/2012 | Patch.com

A Michigan school district is using the online program myNutratek to help encourage students in K-12 and their families to log what they eat each day, as well as their physical activities and sleeping habits. The free program also allows parents to view school-meal menus each day. Officials say the program is intended to start a dialogue about health and nutrition to help curb childhood obesity.

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