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Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Brought to you by the Wild Blueberry Association

Today’s Schedule

Using Parenting Styles to Make Fun and Tasty Plant-Based Meals for Kids

Melissa Halas, MA, RD, CDE, SuperKids Nutrition

Boosting Brain Health and School Focus with Wild Blueberries

Maggie Moon, MS, RD, MIND Diet
Sponsored by Wild Blueberries Association of North America, Inc

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Using Parenting Styles to Make Fun and Tasty Plant-Based Meals for Kids

Melissa Halas, MA, RD, CDE, SuperKids Nutrition

As a Registered Dietitian and mom, Melissa will be presenting on easy and realistic ways to foster healthy eating habits in your family and kids. You’ll learn ways to boost tasty plant-based meals for kids’ health and sustainability. She’ll also cover the difference between the four parenting styles and how they can impact mealtime dilemmas. Snacks and meals can be enjoyed while supporting your kids’ unique needs and the environment. Don’t miss out on these strategies to make healthy eating fun for kids.

Boosting Brain Health and School Focus with Wild Blueberries

Maggie Moon, MS, RD, MIND Diet

Sponsored by Wild Blueberries Association of North America, Inc
Maggie Moon, MS, RD, author of the MIND Diet, will be discussing the brain healthy berry: wild blueberries! Did you know there are two types of blueberries? We’re talking Wild. From mental focus in kids, to memory recall in elder adults, wild blueberries are the tastiest brain food you’ll find for all ages. Maggie will share the health benefits of wild blueberries, recent research on this unique berry, helpful knowledge from her book, and a brain healthy wild blueberry smoothie recipe to start your family’s day right.

In Case You Missed It…

Is An Organic Lunch Truly Healthier?

Jeff Tkach, Rodale Institute

Will There Be Wild Fish For Our Grandchildren?

William F. Carvalho, Wild Planet Foods, Inc.
Sponsored by Wild Planet Foods, Inc. 

Tune in Tomorrow

Become a Food Waste Warrior: Tips and Tricks for Saving Money and the Planet One Carrot Top at a Time
Sophie Egan, How to Be a Conscious Eater 


Prevention of Vision Loss Starts in Childhood
Dr. Dorothy Hitchmoth, Optometrist
Sponsored by EyePromise

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