Experts Available to Discuss Food Pyramid for Kids.ExpertSource:
TOPIC: The U.S. government revealed the first food pyramid food pyramid or Food Guide Pyramid, diagram used in nutrition education that fits food groups into a triangle and notes that, for a healthful diet, those at the base should be eaten more frequently than those at the top. designed specifically for children ages 6 to 11 years, according to according to
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3. an article by the Washington Post. The guide promotes eating fruits and vegetables, whole grains and lean protein as well as being physically active at least 60 minutes each day. The food pyramid is an interactive Website, which contains a computer game in an effort to entice kids to come to the site and record their food intake to see their results.
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Dr. John Bouldin, of Child Health Care of Manassas, was recently named Pediatrician pe·di·a·tri·cian or pe·di·at·rist
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Dr. James Hill, director of the Center for Human Nutrition at the University of Colorado University of Colorado may refer to:
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NIH - The United States National Institutes of Health. ), which developed U.S. guidelines for the treatment and prevention of obesity, as well as a member of the NIH Taskforce on the Prevention and Treatment of Obesity. Dr. Hill speaks to groups in the medical and academic communities, as well as corporations, trade organizations and the general public on various health-related topics including obesity, weight control in children and adults and the effects both can have on other diseases such as diabetes. He is an expert in how public and private groups can work together to address obesity.
Dr. Elizabeth Pivonka heads the Produce for Better Health Foundation, a group charged with helping Americans reach their recommended daily servings of fruits and vegetables. Dr. Pivonka can speak about the impact of fruit and vegetable consumption in the prevention of obesity (specifically childhood obesity), as well as the prevention of chronic disease. As well, she can speak about a new program, 5-A-Day the Color Way, which is providing parents with a fun, easy way to get their children interested in a healthy diet.
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