Story from the Coloradoan by Madeline Novey
What does it take to get children to buy into the idea of eating vegetables, swapping out video games for some time outside and drinking more water?
Some jokes coming from the likes of an energetic sleuth, it would seem.
Kaiser Permanente has partnered with Colorado State University and Poudre School District to present “The Amazing Food Detective,” a free educational performance that teaches viewers about eating well and leading active lives. The play formerly toured in Southern California and later the Denver-area, stepping foot for the first time this year in Poudre and Thompson school district schools.