This set of activities gets middle school students engaged in fitness games designed to invigorate and educate. Physical education teachers, 4-H leaders and health teachers will find a wealth of good ideas that get kids moving.
This set of 14+ hands-on nutrition activities will keep kids of all ages engaged in learning about the food they eat and its effects on their bodies. Pick and choose from a variety of lessons on meal preparation, knife skills, nutrition labels, portion size, digestion, hydration and more. Round out lessons with insightful questions, or pair activities with cooking lessons and a selection of healthy recipes.
The WAVE Sport Nutrition Curriculum uses youth's interest in sports to teach them about healthy eating and hydration to fuel a healthy, active body for life. This knowledge helps athletes manage body weight and avoid unwanted weight gain in adulthood. Although the curriculum was pilot-tested with high school soccer players, the content is applicable to all active adolescents and ...
I've purchased yellow "butter beans" immature in the pods from a local farm stand. They are very good. But I just learned that lima beans have (or convert into) cyanide and so mature beans require long cooking to remove this "protective mechanism" that beans of this sort have evolved. My question is whether there are issues in cooking (4-5 minutes) "fresh" butter beans just like regular green beans or if there are risks or precautions?
Each time I bake a yeast based coffee cake, the center collapses as it cools. I've tried the recipe several times and this has happened all but one time. I beat the batter at high speed, as directed; I prepare the whole recipe as directed. It comes out beautifully, but again as it cools the center collapses and is doughy. The toothpick comes out clean at the end of baking time. What am I doing wrong?
I surf regularly along the northern Oregon coast. In light of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, has any recent / regular testing been completed to see if the water is safe to surf in? Some of us are out there for extended periods of time and may even accidentally gulp down some seawater during wipeouts. A lot of conversation and articles I have read seem to focus on bio-accumulation issues for seafood consumers. It would be good to get information out to the surfing community.