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EDUCATE ENGAGE EMPOWER

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Healthy Lunch Club! RECIPE BOOK
February 2008

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CREATING A CULTURE OF WELLNESS TABLE OF CONTENTS February 1 Toasted Openface Mushroom Sandwiches February 4 Tomato, Artichoke Sandwich February 5 Baked Cheese Sandwich February 6 Cucumber Sandwich February 7 Turkey Tortilla Roll-Up February 8 Chicken Wrap February 11 Tuna Salad Sandwich February 12 Turkey Ranch Wraps February 13 Apple Curry Turkey Pita February 14 Pasta Salad February 15 Broccoli Salad February 18 Egg Salad February 19 Garden Quesadillas February 20 Low-Fat Apple Raspberry Salad February 21 Bell Pepper Salad February 22 Watermelon Salad February 25 Chinese Chicken Salad February 26 Couscous Salad with Dried Cherries February 27 Smoothie - Blueberry Banana February 28 Tomato Cucumber Feta Salad February 29 California Cucumber Salad

where kids come first

February 1, 2008

Fast Food Factoid: Before age 40 good health is a gift from God. After age 40 good health has to be earned. GET Health: The most recent data from the Centers for Disease Control shows that 71% of men and just over 62% of women in the United States are overweight/obese. Excessive body weight causes many chronic diseases and will likely shorten the average lifespan in the United States by two to five years. Consequently, this may be the first time in the past century that children will die at a younger age than their parents. Source: Stop & Go

Healthy Lunch Recipe: Toasted Openface Mushroom Sandwiches INGREDIENTS: 6 oz light cream cheese 1/3 cup mayonnaise 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese 2 Tablespoons bacon pieces 1 clove garlic, minced 1/4 Teaspoons Worcestershire sauce 1/2 cup thinly sliced mushrooms Mix all of the following ingredients together and spread on lightly toasted bread. Broil for 1 to 2 minutes. Watch it closely so it doesn’t burn.

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