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USDA grants helps Tribes reduce sugar, starch by promoting nutrition education
by Brian Daffron
Indian Country Today Media Network Translate This Article
7 September 2012
On 7 September 2012 Indian Country Today Media Network reported:
In order to teach about portion management and healthier food preparation, many tribes are taking steps to enhance their USDA food distribution programmes with initiatives to increase better nutrition and healthier lifestyles. This year, the USDA distributed grants to 17 tribes and tribal organizations in nine states, with stipulations in the grant stating that the projects 'incorporate Dietary Guidelines recommendations within the Native American culture'. The USDA is also providing positive nutrition education and encouraging physical activity habits throughout Indian country.
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