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FOOD IS ELEMENTARY

CURRICULUM

"American children are being pressured in countless ways to eat diets loaded with processed foods, loaded with fat, sugar, and salt. That's a prescription for increased risk of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. Antonia Demas has developed an important, creative, and delicious approach to encouraging kids to eat diets that will promote their health over the long run."

                                                             

—Michael F. Jacobson, Ph.D., Executive Director, Center for Science in the Public Interest, Washington, D.C.

Food is Elementary Curriculum

by Antonia Demas, 2001

Food is Elementary:

  • Educates children about the relationship between food choices and disease prevention

  • Encourages a child's natural curiosity and creativity to be the foundation of learning

 

  • Provides children with the life skill of food preparation through hands-on interactive experience

 

  • Introduces healthful foods through the traditions and arts of different cultures

 

  • Involves families and community in classroom teaching, school meals, gardens, and collaborative mural project

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“What a lovely book! It is filled with so much love and beauty that you almost don’t know how wise it is and how much illness it can prevent.”

                                                                                                                     -John Robbins, author of nine bestsellers,

                                                                                                                     Founder and President of the Food Revolution Network

Surprises in Mili's Suitcase: How Diabetes was Cured with Food,

by Katherine Orr and Antonia Demas, Illustrated by Katherine Orr, 2016