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Back-to-School ABCs

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on Monday, 31 August 2015 in School Nutrition Blog

Eat Well lower resolutionDo you know your nutrition ABCs? With school back-in-session, now’s the perfect time to brush up on the basics!

 

Vitamin A: an important nutrient for promoting vision and immune system health.

 

B Vitamins: a group of vitamins that aid metabolism, energy production and healthy circulatory and nervous systems.

 

Vitamin C: a superstar vitamin known for maintaining healthy bones, teeth and skin; keeps blood vessels strong and speeds up the wound healing process.

 

Calcium: a mineral that works hard to keep growing bones healthy and strong.

 

Vitamin D: a highly regarded vitamin that helps to absorb calcium; improves dental and bone health.  

 

Vitamin E: an essential vitamin that protects cells and tissues from damage; helps promote the formation of red blood cells.

 

Fiber: a nutrient that supports a healthy digestive system. Along with adequate fluid intake, fiber helps move food efficiently through the body.

 

Iron: a vital nutrient that fights fatigue and helps build and maintain healthy blood. Without enough iron, children and teens will lack the energy needed for high-impact activities such as back-to-school sports.

 

Can you think of some other nutrition ABCs not listed above? Let us know in the comment box below! 

 

 

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