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This week on Animal Instinct, host Celia Kutcher is talking nutrition for pets and welcomes her mentor, Phil Klein, to the show. Phil and his wife began Whiskers Holistic in 1988, there were few if any, alternatives to traditional invasive, harsh, chemically-based animal care. Among the early pioneers of the alternative, holistic pet care movement, they are proud to have had some small responsibility for the growing number of people who understand the benefits of a more natural approach to animal healthcare. Phil is delighted that so many of customers have come to see that herbal remedies work, homeopathy is not just for "health nuts," and that like humans, animals deserve the highest quality, most humane level of care. Tune in to hear Phil's thoughts on being a pet parent and to learn about changing a pet's diet for the better! This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.

"Fiber is a major portion of what they need to eat."

"Holistic means everything touches everything else."

--Phil Klein on Animal Instinct


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Inside School Food kicks off the new school year with a discussion of the nutrition standards mandated by the Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010. This school year, SFAs are being asked to do even more--more fruit, more whole grain, and less sodium, along with new, very strict guidelines on a la carte and snack items. Can they do it? Two food service directors from medium-size districts at opposite ends of the country weigh in on their successes and challenges to date, and their hopes and concerns for 2014-15. This program was brought to you by Tabard Inn.

"We in Washington had a nutrition policy that was required in the 05-06 school year, so we've been on this path for almost 10 years now." [05:00]

--Karen Brown on Inside School Food

If we had more commodities it would help American farms, give us food and be a win-win situation instead of just asking for an increase of money. Times are tough everywhere." [25:00]

--Donna Martin on Inside School Food


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We kick off the new year with Dayle Hayes, the activist blogger behind "School Meals That Rock," a multi-platform social media campaign that draws attention to news of healthy, delicious, sustainable progress in K-12 food service. Last year there was plenty of that kind of news. And there's lots more to celebrate--along with lots of media negativity to deflect--as we move towards Child Nutrition Reauthorization 2015. Want to join the movement? It's easy. All you need is a smart phone, a Facebook account, and a board on Dayle's Pinterest page. This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

"Schools themselves are kind of late getting on Facebook and social media and recognizing promotional opportunities. Many nutritional directors don't have the self confidence to get on social media and toot their own horn. Many of the bashing going on around school food makes them more hesitant to take those steps." [05:00]

--Dayle Hayes on Inside School Food


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