The Institute of Medicine came out with its recommendations for the types of foods to be served and sold in schools, and it really hit home -- or did it?
The guidelines were spurred by the epidemic of childhood obesity, and they're much stricter than ever before. Not only do foods have to be good for you and nutrient-rich, they also have to be "not bad" for you. The institute developed a two-tier formula that involves types of foods and grade level.
Tier 1 foods are the free-for-alls: They...Full Story