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Posted: Tuesday, 06 May 2014 10:00PM

Clean Eating Can Cause Clean Behavior



You are what you eat. Your actions reflect that anyway, according to Lynn Todman with the Center for International Studies. She spoke to the Benton Harbor school board Tuesday about the relationship of food and mental health. Starting next fall Soter Elementary School will cut certain foods that cause aggression.

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Todman says studies show clean eating can clean-up bad behavior. She's in contact with the Kellogg Foundation and other organizations to provide help funding the district's change in diet. Superintendent Dr. Leonard Seawood says actions like this can create a meaningful impact on the community, not just the district.


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