People with ASD often repeat behaviors and have narrow, obsessive interests. These types of behavior can affect eating habits and food choices, and this can lead to the following health concerns.
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At home, school, or during a summer program, gardening is a great way to get kids interested in and learn more about fruits and vegetables. Consider growing a “theme” garden such as: A “pizza” garden with green pepper, onion, tomato, basil and oregano. To read full article, click link below: https://healthykidschallenge.wordpress.com/Read more
Food doesn’t have to be high in fat to be good. Get the whole family to help slice, dice, and chop, and learn how to cut fat and calories in some foods. You’d be surprised how easy heart healthy cooking and snacking can be. Toss sliced apples, berries, bananas, or whole-grain cereal on top of…Read more
As the world population continues to grow, there is a greater need to set goals and develop initiatives to reduce the amount of food wasted. Food waste is the single largest component going into municipal landfills. Wholesome food is sent to landfills instead of feeding people in need. Producing, processing, transporting, preparing, storing, and disposing…Read more
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