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Our blog ‘Nourishing Thoughts’ keeps families informed on current nutrition news, fun kid-friendly nutrition tips to encourage healthy food, nutrition, and exercise choices, nutrition articles, and interactive tools for parents. Our healthy nutrition blog is for parents, teachers, and everyone who is interested in kids' health and nutrition.

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About Maggie

I am a nurse and a mother of two.  I am also the founder of Nourish Interactive. I am very concerned about the health and well being of our children.  I started the Nourishing Thoughts Blog so that I could help parents keep up on the latest trends in children’s nutrition and exercise. 

I know that much like reading and writing is the foundation for learning, nutrition is the foundation for healthy children.  But with so many new studies, products and trends constantly being reported it is hard to keep up.  I just want to make it a little easier for parents by doing some of the legwork and providing you with up to date information.

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Oct 24, 2014

Five ways to participate in this years Food Day.

Today is National Food Day! I won't be attending any events or even celebrating Food Day this year because today is my son's wedding day. So I am sure I get a pass from you. ;-) But I wanted to take a moment and share five easy and qu...
Oct 22, 2014

Nourish Interactive moves to final grant process

I am going to keep this short and sweet. Thank you everyone who took the time to vote for Nourish Interactive as part of our grant process. We applied on the very last day with only 2 hours before the entry period closed down. As fate would ha...
Oct 20, 2014

Baseball playoffs promote family time

Last week, I went to see the Giants play and win. The next day they won the pennant. Yes, I am born and raised in San Francisco. (not Frisco, San Francisco!) It was so much fun and exciting to be part of the crowd in San Francisco as we all came...
Oct 17, 2014

Some simple tips to involve kids in a healthy school lunch

I just wanted to quickly share some thoughts on school lunches. I believe kids want to be healthy. But sometimes, they are not sure exactly what that means. It is too vague. Instead, help kids be healthier by involving them in day to day food...
Oct 15, 2014

Aournd the World with School Lunch Programs

With the celebration and awareness about school lunches, it got me wondering about what kids eat in other parts of the world for their school lunch? I grew up in San Francisco mission district. And we were fairly diverse population. So I did lear...
Oct 13, 2014

Healthy lunches are about quality over quanity

When I was growing up, I pretty much ate homemade lunches. We did not have a regular school lunch. I remember a couple of friends who sometimes did not have lunch. I was young and really did not think much about what this meant to these kids. I ...
Oct 10, 2014

How many kids are affected by local Farm to School programs- you may be surprised!

I have been talking about the Farm to School month and a great way to remind children where food really comes from. Farm to school programs are not just about where food comes from. Ultimately, it is about feeding children healthy fresh foods. Yo...
Oct 08, 2014

Remembering the Farmer this Farm to School Month

I was at the National Dairy Council meeting at their corporate headquarters in Chicago and learned a great deal about their passion for the local dairy farmer. I have to say that I was moved by many of the participants that shared their stories abo...
Oct 06, 2014

National Farm to School Month Brings Back Family Memories

I grew up in the city of San Francisco. Needless to say, I did not have access to farms. That was something I read about in my favorite storybooks. Back in those days, (don't want to age myself) we did not have farmers markets. However, if you t...
Oct 03, 2014

Healthy habits come in all shapes and sizes.

Life is filled with people that come into your life for short periods and others for long periods, even lifetimes! But I believe that everyone comes into our lives for a reason and although not always obvious, some wonderful lessons are learned. ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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