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Kids Aren't Packing Healthy Lunches

(Undated) -- A study shows the lunches most kids bring to school are not healthy. Registered dietitian Jennifer Willoughby at Cleveland Clinic Children's says kids are eating mostly snack foods.
Researchers at Tufts University in Boston found that only a quarter of third and fourth graders are packing lunches that meet health standards set by the federal government. The lunches were usually missing fruits and vegetables.
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Registered dietitian Jennifer Willoughby at Cleveland Clinic Children's says parents should make sure their kids have a few healthy options in their lunches.
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