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Child Nutrition
Child Nutrition
Decades of nutrition research and in-school programs have helped National Dairy Council take a leading role in the fight against poor nutrition, inactivity, and overweight/obesity among our nation’s youth. National Dairy Council invests significantly in improving children’s health in many ways: in-school initiatives, partner engagement, nutrition research, and counsel to the dairy industry on providing nutritious products to youth. With a focus is on the need for healthy balanced meals, National Dairy Council leverages the facts and nutrition research to educate thought leaders on the important role milk (including flavored milk) plays as part of a healthy diet.
School Nutrition

Nutrition In SchoolsSchools are an ideal place for youth to learn about and practice good nutrition. National Dairy Council offers evidence-based nutrition information designed for school nutrition professionals and teachers.

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Fuel Up to Play 60 Health Education Kit

A "one-stop shop" for the latest information about the Fuel Up to Play 60 program and resources on how to get involved, tools and handouts such as presentations and fact sheets. 

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General Nutrition & Health

 Nutrient-rich dairy foods are an important source of nutrients for growing children and adolescents. Learn more about the important role three daily servings of low-fat or fat-free dairy play in children’s nutrition and overall health.

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Milk in Schools

Milk – whether white or flavored – plays a vital role within the school meal in helping children meet needs for critical nutrients of concern as identified in the Dietary Guidelines.

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Child Nutrition Health Education Kit

Health Education KitA "one-stop shop" for the latest information on how dairy foods help improve child nutrition, offering educational materials, such as a joint editorial, white paper, presentations and fact sheets.

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Parenting & Nutrition

Parenting and NutritionThese resources can help parents make it delicious and easy for their families to get three daily servings of low-fat or fat-free dairy foods.

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