Texas A&M Study: Texas Grow! Eat! Go!
Research consistently links a person’s diet to their risk for disease and quality of life. Recently, Texas A&M University launched Texas Grow! Eat! Go!, which is targeted at improving the physical activity and eating behaviors of third and fourth grade students and their families. And in order to continue these successful interventions, the Interagency Committee on Human Nutrition Research released the first National Nutrition Research Roadmap to guide federal nutrition research.
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