Growing up as the kid of a car mechanic who worked on flat-rate, we did not have much money. On weeks my dad didn’t turn many hours, we survived on generic macaroni and powdered cheese (4 for $1!) and if we were lucky there was a can of tuna fish to mix in. While that might not have been the most nutritious dinner, I never went to bed hungry. I never went to bed with the gnawing of hunger pains from deep within. But, millions of children are going to bed hungry around the world.
Did you earn your cape in the kitchen yet? Getting kids to eat healthy takes superpowers sometimes. Good nutrition helps children grow up healthy and strong, but did you know it also helps kids learn better while in school? Save the Children have just released a report called Food for Thought. This report addresses malnutrition in children and how proper nutrition can unlock their full potential. Did you know 165 million children worldwide are malnourished? Did you know that every 15 seconds a child dies from malnutrition?