Bosco™ Makes Breakfast A Breeze Bosco™ Breakfasts Sticks are a delicious grab & go that students love. An authentic baking process provides a soft, fresh-baked appeal. And they're made with the finest ingredients including real cheese and delicious fillings of home-style sauces and protein options. Click here for more information.
New breads make every sandwich exceptional. New baked Pillsbury™ Breads make it simple to serve the sandwiches kids love outside school at school. Use Press-less Panini Bread for easy hot sandwiches and Pre-sliced Ciabatta Bread to turn cold sandwiches into something special.
It is important to deal with both big and small sources of daily stress to prevent illness and even weight gain, and certain nutrients can help, says registered dietitian Alissa Rumsey. Folate, magnesium and vitamin D can help regulate mood and emotions, Rumsey says, while omega-3 fats, probiotics, foods containing antioxidants and water intake may help the body handle stress.
Teen girls who thought they were too fat had increased odds of alcohol and tobacco use, while boys who considered themselves too skinny or fat had a higher risk of smoking or binge drinking, respectively, than peers with a positive body image. The findings in the Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse also showed a higher likelihood of smoking among girls who perceived themselves as unattractive and binge drinking among girls who perceived themselves as very attractive.
The US Senate has released a bill to replace the Affordable Care Act. The bill would result in cuts to Medicaid, a change that could affect funding for students with disabilities and students in poverty, said Sasha Pudelski, assistant director of policy and advocacy at AASA, the School Superintendents Association.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has released a progress report about the department's efforts to eliminate unnecessary regulations. The progress report shows that the department is evaluating 150 regulations and 1,677 pieces of policy guidance.
Be sure to check out the June/July issue of School Nutrition. It is jam-packed with articles on #ANC17, the future of your operations (Who will lead them? Who will run them? Who should you choose?), study tips and much, much more. Plus, with the digital edition you can also use your computer to get a jumpstart on finding Ruby Reader ("What's Ruby Reading?" Contest) as you peruse our biggest issue ever.