School Food and the New AHA Guidelines: How Do We Protect Our Children?
Unfortunately, food at public schools within the United States. is notorious for its poor quality, even though millions of children rely on it everyday for their nutrition. As physicians, we can work to improve the health of children by advocating for increased school-lunch funding, curricula that connect our children with their local food system, and encouraging the elimination of fast foods and vending machines from our schools.
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