As a registered dietitian, I try to lead by example with the foods I offer my children. April 27 is Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day and I recently realized I wasn’t doing to best job of telling my children why I buy
Spring training is in full effect for many out-of-season athletes. As the weather begins to warm, it’s important to remember to fuel your body properly for the intensity of off-season training and to prevent injury.
I love family traditions. On Christmas morning, my mom always bakes a delicious, warm and cheesy
Practice, preparation, and proper hydration are keys to achieving peak performance. A commonly overlooked component of athletic success
With the help of SUDIA “Smooth & Smart” program grant funds, Houston County High School in Warner Robins, Georgia debuted its new smoothie pilot program, “SIPS: Fresh, Fast, Fun,” on April 7.
Gina Glaros of WDRB Fox 41 Louisville (Kentucky) recently visited the Rowlett Family farm in Oakland, Kentucky. Watch Terry Rowlett show Glaros the finer points of running a dairy operation.
York County School Division (YCSD) in Virginia was awarded a Fuel Up to Play 60 grant from the Southeast United Dairy Industry Association, Inc. (SUDIA) to purchase eight mobile carts with inserts to keep smoothies and parfaits cold.
In 2014, I was thrilled to come on board as wellness director for Beaufort County Schools in South Carolina. My role: implementing wellness solutions that engage students.
Carolina Panthers kicker Graham Gano and outside linebacker Thomas Davis surprised kids at Red Cedar Elementary in Bluffton, South Carolina with a special Fuel Up to Play 60 pep rally on March 28, 2017.