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The BEN Center
The BEN Center uses principles from behavioral economics & research-based solutions to encourage children to make healthier food choices in school lunchrooms.
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The BEN Center May 18
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The BEN Center May 17
RT : Having fun, being active, milking cows
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The BEN Center May 17
MT : Empowering kids to make nutritious choices! w CHEF team & Aramark
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The BEN Center May 16
MT : Unhealthy uses of food - food as reward, food as comfort, food as punishment, food as guilt
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The BEN Center May 16
RT : thank you for the very valuable, practical resources!
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The BEN Center May 16
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The BEN Center May 16
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The BEN Center May 15
It's National - instead of removing cookies from the lunchroom, place them behind the counter & offer them by request
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The BEN Center May 15
MT : CHEF team & Aramark put children first through SMARTER LUNCHROOMS
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The BEN Center May 15
Welcome everyone to the - we are so excited! tweet your favorite tips to to be retweeted!
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The BEN Center May 15
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The BEN Center May 14
Improving performance starts with via
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The BEN Center May 13
Nine tips for parents and on how to stay over the summer via
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The BEN Center May 13
Active Video Games Offer Health Benefits for Children via
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The BEN Center May 12
- daily entrees have been given or descriptive names, displayed next to each entree and on menu boards
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The BEN Center May 12
Family conflict, financial strain linked to childhood obesity via
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The BEN Center May 12
Obese students far less likely to finish high school, Swedish study says via
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The BEN Center May 11
Can students of average height for your school see targeted entrees easily?
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The BEN Center May 11
5 simple ways to encourage your to eat via
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The BEN Center May 10
Done right, snacking can be healthy, RDN says via
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