How many servings of fruit and vegetables do I need each day?
How much and what kinds of physical activity do I need?
|1 cup or 250 ml||Whole grain barley flour|
|1 cup or 250 ml||Buckwheat flour|
|2 tsp or 10 ml||Baking powder|
|1/4 tsp or 1 ml||Sea salt|
|2||Eggs, well beaten|
|2 cups or 500 ml||Milk|
|1 tsp or 15 ml||Honey, melted|
|1 tsp or 15 ml||Butter, melted|
Follow YTV’s Andy Chapman around Alberta as he takes part in the Healthy U 5&1 Experiment!
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Congratulations to everyone who participated in the 2012-2013 Healthy School Communities Award. This year's champions will be announced shortly! Stay tuned. more
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