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Addressing Sodium in the School Environment
Posted 10/21/2014 by  Guest Blogger
It is likely most students don’t give much thought to how the food they consume today may have long-term health consequences. Excess sodium in the diet, for instance, may contribute to high blood pressure and heart disease. From the food that is served for snacks and meals to nutrition education, the school environment has the potential to shape kids’ attitudes about food and help them establish healthy eating habits.
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