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Recap of awards presented at the Annual Conference
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Congratulations to all of those honored.
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Division news
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The Division of International Nutrition Education has published its summer newsletter. Read it here.
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Upcoming webinars
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Next ACPP Webinar - Menu Labeling: What's Up? What's Next?
Thursday, July 24 | 1 to 2 p.m. ET | Register
A one-hour webinar sponsored by National Restaurant Association will discuss the new uniform, national menu labeling regulations. In addition, published research to date on how this information affects consumers' choices will be covered. Learn how the right messaging can empower consumers to make healthier choices in restaurants and similar retail settings. This webinar is being offered free to all registrants. Attendees earn one CEU.

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Latest review in the SNEB MyPlate eCatalog
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The Great Garden Detective Adventure helps third and fourth graders discover what fruits and vegetables are sweetest, crunchiest and juiciest through a series of investigations and fun experiences connecting the school garden to the classroom, school cafeteria and home. Read what colleagues thought of this curriculum on the MyPlate eCatalog.
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JNEB IN THE NEWS


Supermarkets beat farmers markets for price
The Packer
Shopping at a farmers market has a positive effect on the variety of vegetables consumed for participants of the Women, Infants and Children Farmers Market Nutrition Program, but new research says the same dollars could buy more produce at supermarkets. A study published in the May issue of the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior compared prices of fruits and vegetables in supermarkets and farmers markets in the central Illinois region and found supermarket pricing was generally lower.
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JNEB Journal Club 2014 fall semester announced
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We have 11 sessions planned for this fall. Check out the full schedule here. If you are interested in being registered for all sessions, please email rdaeger@sneb.org.
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IN THE HEADLINES


Explaining 'healthy' obesity
EurekAlert!
Up to one-quarter of individuals currently labeled as obese are actually metabolically healthy and do not have a high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. Though obesity is a major risk factor for diabetes, the two conditions aren't always linked. A study published by Cell Press July 3 in the journal Cell sheds light on a possible explanation, revealing that high levels of a molecule called heme oxygenase-1 are linked to poor metabolic health and an increased risk of type 2 diabetes in obese humans.
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Effects of aerobic and/or resistance training on body mass and fat mass in overweight or obese adults
Journal of Applied Physiology
Recent guidelines on exercise for weight loss and weight maintenance include resistance training as part of the exercise prescription. Yet few studies have compared the effects of similar amounts of aerobic and resistance training on body mass and fat mass in overweight adults.
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Kids as young as 8 unhappy about body size, report reveals
news.com.au
An alarming new report into the body image battles of Australian kids, released by the Australian Institute of Family Studies, reveals about half of all children who are underweight or in a normal weight range are dissatisfied with their body size. And that figure jumps to 75 percent for children who are overweight.
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