Middle-school students learn to make healthy food choices

05/3/2013 | Today's Dietitian

Walnut Park Middle School STEM Academy in Huntington Park, Calif., is part of a program sponsored by the Latino Green Project and Simply Fresh Fruit to teach low-income black and Latino students how to make healthy dietary decisions. The Eat Right, Be Bright Challenge uses curriculum and projects, such as student gardens, to teach children about nutrition and the consequences of poor food choices.

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