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Although a handful of published reports suggest that garden-based nutrition education programs are effective in increasing fruit and vegetable consumption, many of these studies have low statistical power because of small sample sizes and lack of long-term data. In this study, we used meta-analytical techniques to examine the efficacy of garden-based nutrition education programs for increasing children’s nutrition knowledge, preference for fruit and vegetables, and/or consumption of fruit and vegetables. We confined our analysis to peer-reviewed studies that examined programs that were delivered to children in the United States. We looked at the relative impacts of garden-based nutrition education programs, compared with experimental controls (i.e., no nutrition education) and nutrition education programs without a gardening component. We compared the results of our meta-analysis with those of a vote counting analysis to illustrate the importance of repeated studies and quantitative analysis. In our vote counting analysis, the majority of the outcomes were nonsignificant in the control and nutrition education groups, but positive and significant for the gardening group. Our quantitative analysis of the impacts of gardening education programs on children’s nutrition knowledge, preference for fruit and vegetables, and/or consumption of fruit and vegetables was limited by the small number of studies that reported the full suite of descriptive statistics needed to conduct a meta-analysis. Nonetheless, one striking and robust result emerged: gardening increased vegetable consumption in children, whereas the impacts of nutrition education programs were marginal or nonsignificant. We suggest two nonmutually exclusive hypotheses to explain our results: gardening increases access to vegetables and gardening decreases children’s reluctance to try new foods. Our results suggest that gardening should be an integral component of wellness programs and policies. A historical lack of funding has impeded both the broader adoption of school gardens and rigorous research on the social, behavioral, and academic impacts of gardening on children. Recently, however, there has been an increase in federal support for gardening and garden-based research projects—a trend that we hope will continue and grow.

Behavioral and dietary lifestyles responsible for weight gain and obesity are often learned at an early age ( Cooke, 2007 ). Children (particularly adolescents) who are overweight are more likely to be overweight or obese during adulthood ( Dietz, 1998 ) and are at risk for a variety of physical and psychosocial complications during their lifetime ( Cute metallic sequin and patent toe leatherlined pump with grosgrain bow detail From Niche Collections Black kfxvqF
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R.L. VanAntwerp Gold de Fleury Medal Recipient

What Should I Have Done Differently?

By General Robert Van Antwerp

3 years ago

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How would you respond if the President of the United States looked straight into your eyes and asked, “What should I have done differently?”

Hi there, leaders! My name is General Robert Van Antwerp, a retired three-star general from the Army. Today, I want to share with you a portion of a talk I shared on my top six influential leaders, and specifically what I learned from President George W. Bush. Enjoy this talk, and I’ll be back in a few minutes!

This next guy really needs no introduction. I call him 43. So I worked with 41, worked with President Clinton (42), worked with 43, and worked with President Obama. I’m not dropping their names, I’m just telling you that the Corps of Engineers…when there’s a disaster in this world, they are a responder.

I was in Indonesia six days after the tsunami. I went into Haiti and just about every place that there’s been a disaster. You get the call and you’re on a string, and you get on the presidential aircraft, and go. During that time, there is a lot of strategy and things happening. But here’s my story on George Bush.

I don’t care what your politics is, to me he’s an amazing guy. Maligned because he’s not that smart? The guy is a brilliant guy. We saw an interview where they were interviewing him. I just had to stand back and say, “What this guy has – and the experience – it’s amazing!” But here’s what he did. This has stuck with me, and it fits right in with what we talk about here.

We were on the airplane; Katrina had happened two years before. President Bush had said, “By 2010, that system’s going to be done at 100-year protection.”I was going down there to get an inspection by the President of the United States of what we had done. I mean, this was orchestrated. We knew where we were going to take him. But I also learned this: I’m going to show him the good, the bad, and the ugly. I’m going to show him because he can bring resources to bear. If we owned it and we hadn’t done it right, we were going to own it. I wasn’t going to hold information back from him.

Darren Ross

“Companies are afraid to do this (free items) because they are thinking short-term profits over long-term plans.” - Jesse Cole

Jesse recently stayed at the Magic Castle Hotel and was absolutely blown away. On his way out the door to do a show in his yellow tux, Darren greets him and knows exactly who is. Darren searched him on his social media prior to his stay. That’s just part of what the Executive Freak does to make his guests’ experience over and above what they would get anywhere else.

“Our job is to compel our customers...to scream about us without asking them to do so.” - Darren Ross

In the early 2000’s, Darren had a secret shopping gig and went to the hotel. His first encounter was a hotel employee smoking at the front desk. The owners were dedicated to the hotel and placed him first as general manager to begin the process of rejuvenating the hotel built in 1957.

“I purposely stay away from technology...it takes away from what our business is, the face-to-face experience.” - Darren Ross

The hotel is a renovated apartment complex that’s limited by its age and space. There’s no bar, room service, spa, elevator, etc., but this does not stop them from creating an amazing experience for the guests.

A lot of the experiences at the hotel come from Darren’s personal experiences from childhood. There’s a hotel stay, in particular, that’s he’s fond of. Imagine an unlimited Hershey Kisses fountain and kids. He doesn't remember the hotel and Darren can’t tell you the color of the carpet but he does remember the experience and that’s what he strives to create for his guests.

“You’ve got to put yourself in your customer’s shoes... (to) experience and realize there are friction points. - Jesse Cole

“I think honesty and accountability are incredibly important. We all make mistakes. I like to run into the problem instead of running away from the problem.”

“Be generous."

“Apply hotel principles to your business.”

“Generosity and kindness in his personal life and business.”

To hear Darren Ross talk about how the demand for his hotel is so high and how he empowers his employees, download and listen to the show!

Learn from Darren Ross:

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