In the rush to get out the door every morning, it’s all too easy to run out of time for breakfast.
But a new report suggests that skipping breakfast can place unnecessary stress on the body, especially for children. In honor of National School Breakfast Week, here are ten quick and easy breakfast ideas that will start your day off on the right track.
Championing efforts by Fuel Up to Play 60 and the GENYOUth Foundation, First Lady Michelle Obama unveiled a new initiative last week to combat childhood obesity through greater physical activity.
Did you know that even if you are lactose intolerant (LI), there still are many ways dairy can play a vital and essential role in your diet? From LI-friendly recipes to simple lifestyle changes, the National Dairy Council has partnered with Huffington Post to debunk some of the most common LI myths and offer tips on how you can still enjoy milk products as part of your diet.
Milk Valentine’s Day for all it’s worth today — and don’t be shy sharing our Valentine in the process.
From our heart to yours,
Dairygood.org — Where good comes from
From Fuel Up to Play 60’s appearance at NFL Experience to a milk mustache matchup between this year’s Super Bowl hopefuls, milk made its mark last week at the Super Bowl.
Lactose intolerant? Learn ways you can easily manage it and more this February during Lactose Intolerance Awareness Month.
A new study in the International Journal of Obesity finds that people on calorie-restricted diets who’ve increased their intake of dairy tend have more success managing their weight, according to an article in Women’s Health.
A new study claims that countries that consume the most milk and dairy products also win the most Nobel Prizes, according to TIME Magazine.
NFL wide receiver visits kids at a FUTP 60 school to promote the Breakfast Blitz.
Fuel Up to Play 60 and the national Milk Mustache “got milk?®” Campaign have teamed together for the Breakfast Blitz, which will offer $250,000 this year to schools across the country thanks to grants from America’s Milk Processors. The campaign will help schools give kids greater access to a healthy breakfast and drive awareness of the importance of breakfast to fuel families’ mornings.
Efforts to ensure milk remains a healthy option to consumers—when and how they want it—are highlighted in a new article from The Wall Street Journal.