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Full Year 2015 - Nutrition


Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life: Highlights from the First Lady’s Visit to Milan Expo

Let's Move!, Nutrition | June, 23 2015

By: Deb Eschmeyer, Executive Director of Let's Move! and Senior Policy Advisory

Last week, as part of Let’s Move!, the First Lady led the Presidential Delegation to the Milan Expo 2015. With the theme “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life,” the Expo is promoting a global dialogue about the future of our food system. The First Lady and the Presidential Delegation were proud to share the successes of Let’s Move! and the efforts happening in the United States to support healthier lifestyles while eagerly learning from other countries’ leaders about how they are addressing the issue of childhood obesity and raising healthier families.

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American Food 2.0: Representing the Presidential Delegation at Milan Expo 2015

Let's Move!, Nutrition | June, 19 2015

By: Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey and Alonzo Mourning, PCFSN Council Members

We are incredibly proud to have joined the First Lady’s Presidential Delegation to the Milan Expo 2015, representing our steadfast commitment to a healthier nation at the World's Fair. As members of the Presidential Council for Physical Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition, we are especially thrilled by the USA Pavilion, “American Food 2.0: United to Feed the Planet,” showcasing American leadership on global food and development issues, science and technology, climate change, nutrition, and health.

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How Breakfast Can Impact Our Future

Military, Nutrition, Youth | April, 15 2015

By: Lieutenant General (Retired) Mark Hertling, Member of the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition

Most people don’t start a long road trip without putting gas in the car. Yet, millions of parents send their children off every morning without ensuring they have had the equivalent of a full tank. We need to do a better job of fueling our children with a nutritious breakfast.

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Kick off Heart Month with a Healthy Breakfast

Nutrition | February, 12 2015

By: Hannah Torkelson, ORISE Fellow

February is American Heart Month and the perfect time to learn new recipes to stay heart healthy! As we look to start (or continue) a journey to better heart health, the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition is excited to support individuals that have committed (or recommitted) to stay physically active and eat healthy! One way to accomplish your goals is start the day with breakfast. A favorite recipe, shared by PCFSN Council member and award-winning chef Dan Barber, is a quick and easy vegetable frittata. This delicious recipe is a great way to build new healthy habits into breakfast.

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