You may know someone who’s been the victim of food poisoning. It can be really bad.
How can you protect your kids from food poisoning? There are some simple steps you can take to protect your child’s lunch — and your child.
Brooke Moersfelder, an Aurora Health Care registered dietitian, has these quick tips:
- How to keep cold foods cold.
- How to keep warm foods warm.
- How to save time in the morning.
- How to make it easy for kids to clean their hands before eating lunch.
Learn more about safe school lunch practices in this video report.
The information presented in this site is intended for general information and educational purposes. It is not intended to replace the advice of your own physician. Contact your physician if you believe you have a health problem.