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October - December 2014


Holiday Meals to Share

Nutrition | December, 17 2014

By: Shellie Pfohl, PCFSN Executive Director

As we gather together to celebrate the season with friends and family, healthy meal options are always something I like to include as something lighter to enjoy! Some of my favorite holiday meals include simple ingredients with lots of flavor. PCFSN Council Member and award-winning chef, Dan Barber, shared some delicious vegetarian and vegan recipes, which are ideal for the winter months ahead.

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Orange You Glad It's Thanksgiving?

Nutrition | November, 21 2014

By: Shellie Pfohl, PCFSN Executive Director

Did you know that Rachael is a member of the President's Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition (PCFSN)? She's joined by notable athletes, chefs, physicians, fitness professionals, and educators working to help Americans eat better and be more fit.

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10,000 U.S. Schools are Moving More! Is Yours?

Let's Move!, Physical Activity, School | October, 9 2014

By: Dominique Dawes, Co-chair, President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition

On February 28, 2013, First Lady Michelle Obama launched Let’s Move! Active Schools, a solution to ensure that 60 minutes of physical activity is the norm in schools across America. As co-chair of the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition, I am excited to share that just one school year later, Let’s Move! Active Schools is celebrating the milestone of reaching over 10,000 schools across 50 states and impacting more than 5 million students.

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Call To Action: Commit To Inclusion!

Disability, Fitness, Physical Activity | October, 6 2014

By: Dr. Jayne Greenberg, Member of the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition

Many people don’t really focus on inclusion, and how such a simple word can make all the difference in the lives of millions of Americans.

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