“Go, Slow, Woah” in Action

Gina Grewe’s First Grade Class from Cumberland Elementary School practiced what they learned by making their own “Go, Slow, Whoa” Nutrition Traffic Light. Kathy Splett, Barron County UW-Extension, Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program (WNEP) Coordinator/Educator met with Cumberland’s First and Third Grades to educate them about eating healthy. Mrs. Grewe’s students took their learning to the […]

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Who’s Plate? My Plate!

With a New Year just under way, many people are focused on losing weight. Unfortunately, some of the ways people try to lose weight are not healthy. People tend to cut out foods or food groups, go on restrictive diets or spend money on supplements and drinks, all of which do not work and overtime […]

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Seize the Morning with Breakfast!

New video highlights school breakfast benefits for kids, parents, schools and communities Contact: Amy Korth, 608-265-3232, amy.korth@ces.uwex.edu   Many Wisconsin families with school age children are beginning to review their back-to-school supply lists. Pencils, notebooks–and don’t forget breakfast, eaten either at home or at school. Research shows that breakfast is an integral component of academic […]

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Get Nutrition Information Here!

Are you searching for quick and easy nutrition information in one spot?!!  The Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program (WNEP) has a weekly newsletter entitled  Food $ense that will connect you to current and timely nutrition education with just a click.  This information is research based; therefore, trustworthy and up-to-date.  Food $ense  has past newsletters which are available to […]

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