MARCH 2014 Nutrıtıon NATIONAL NUTRITION MONTH School Published by the School Nutrition Association • WWW.SCHOOLNUTRITION.ORG M AR IS VOL. 68 • NO. 3 • Contents 28 42 S 20 FE A T U R E 18 Mental Blocks It’s time to start a conversation about mental health— and mental illness. 42 An Invitation to Engage By Penny McLaren Learn more about autism spectrum disorder and how you can make a big difference in the life of a lonely child. 20 Depression: More Than Just a Bad Day By Cecily Walters People with a depressive disorder can’t just “snap out of it” with a little self-talk and well-intentioned encouragement. 50 Sunny up the Moody Blues By Patricia L. Fitzgerald Sometimes a few simple tips and tricks are all you need to lift your spirits. 28 Through the Looking Glass By Susan Davis Gryder Mental illness takes many forms and affects millions of Americans of all ages. FO O D FO CUS 60 Seeing Red By Kelsey Casselbury It’s a red-letter day when ruby-hued fruits appear on the menu, bursting with nutrients, color and, most important, ﬂ avor. 36 Love and “Madness” By Patricia L. Fitzgerald It’s no simple task to help someone who is struggling with a mental or mood disorder. Don’t go it alone. CO 4 6 8 56 L U M N S 58 76 78 80 To Your Credit On the Market Ad Index A la Carte DEP AR TMENT S First Word Leading Edge News Bites HQ View 16 In Profi le Desiree Nozling and Sandi Walter By Mark Ward, Sr., PhD 70 Road to Reauthorization SNA 2014 Position Paper 2 School Nutrıtıon • MARCH 2014
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