Can we reformulate foods to eat our way out of obesity?

This document discusses the issues surrounding the push to reformulate foods using ingredient substitution and whether this is best way to solve the problem of increasing numbers of individuals that are overweight and obese or will it simply create a new set of problems.

Sugar: Not Empty Calories

Healthful eating is an important goal. This document explains why sugar is in foods and how numerous studies have confirmed that sugar makes many healthful foods palatable, which helps contribute to intakes of key vitamins and minerals.

Natural Sugar: From the Field to the Table

This curriculum, perfect for 4th-8th graders, takes students through the sugar manufacturing process. Explore the process that includes photosynthesis, sugar molecules and the processing and refinement of sugar, including the environmental aspects, from farm to table. Engage students with exciting activities like crystal-growing experiments and word puzzles.

A Journey with Sugar Cane and Sugar Beet

Check out our newest publication! It is a wonderful tool about eating right and staying healthy, and kids will love the fun pictures. You can find great messages inside about the importance of good nutrition and exercise.

Breakfast on the Run

earn why it’s so important for you and your family to eat breakfast. Find out what the “ideal” breakfast includes and find four tasty breakfast recipes that include all-natural sugar for a healthy start to your day.

Pleasing Picky Eaters

Getting picky eaters and children to eat healthy can be a real challenge. Check out this brochure for tips that will make it easier and more fun to eat well. And find several great recipes that are exciting to eat and make.

The Highly Active Child

Addresses the common dilemma of determining whether a child suffers from Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) or is simply highly active? This brochure offers tips for parents on how to recognize their children’s positive traits and channel their abundance of energy.