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Posted by Derick Chapman on July 3, 2012
Pull out the checkered tablecloth and celebrate summer by planning the perfect picnic for your family, friends and neighbors by incorporating healthy appetizers, salads and mains. Whether your plate is paper plastic or fine china, fill half of it with fruits and vegetables, and show your guest the importance of a well-balanced meal. An abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables are in season so make sure that your plate is brimming with watermelon, raspberries and corn! And if you can't decide on what you want to make for future summer cook-outs, try the USDA's recipe finder for inspiration. Check out some of our favorite summer recipes:  
Posted by Jessica Larson on July 3, 2012
We all have a role to play to ensure that our kids live the full, healthy lives they deserve. This includes everyone from moms and dads to CEOs and superintendents to mayors and community leaders. Earlier this month, the First Lady talked about how corporate leaders, in particular, can take steps on behalf of our children’s health when they realize that what is good for our children can also be good for business.
Recipe courtesy of USDA's Serving Size Serves 16 (1 slice) Ingredients Crust: 1¼ cup flour ¼ teaspoon sugar ⅓ cup milk, nonfat 2 teaspoons vegetable oil Filling:
Recipe courtesy of USDA's Serving Size Serves 10 (½ breast or 2 small drumsticks) Ingredients
Recipe courtesy of USDA's Serving Size Serves 4 (1 cup) Ingredients
Recipe courtesy of USDA's Serving Size Serves 12 (1/12 of recipe) Ingredients
Recipe courtesy of USDA's Serving Size Serves 6 (1/6 of recipe) Ingredients
Getting children to do anything can be difficult, but some would say that dinner time is the worst. From asparagus to zucchini, many kids refuse to eat what we know is best for them and that's why we're sharing these 5 easy steps to help teach kids to make healthy choices.
Posted by Marissa Duswalt on June 29, 2012
What would you do if you received a mysterious box from the White House at your doorstep? Mitchell Elementary students found themselves asking the same question when a large, brown package arrived with a return address of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Posted by Marissa Duswalt on June 27, 2012
As the weather gets hotter, it’s becoming more important to make sure that kids stay hydrated. Let’s Move! Child Care has a new tip sheet that offers great advice for keeping your kids safe and healthy this summer. Drink up! DOs and DON’Ts: