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Learning ZoneXpress (LZX) Publishes Nutrition Catalog Filled with Creative, Relevant, Affordable Teaching Tools
Date:7/22/2014

Owatonna, MN (PRWEB) July 22, 2014

Learning ZoneXpress (LZX), an industry leader in nutrition education resources, has released its annual Nutrition Catalog for 2014-2015. First created in 1998, the publication features more than 1,000 products including posters, handouts, DVDs, incentives, lesson plans, interactive games and more. New and best-selling resource topics include MyPlate, food allergies, breakfast, and basic nutrition.

Colorful and inviting, the LZX Nutrition Catalog features resources aimed at improving life-long health habits. All nutrition learning tools are designed to be engaging, affordable and relevant to today’s consumer.

The 84-page Nutrition Catalog is free and available in a downloadable, digital format. All 1,700 LZX products can be viewed and easily ordered online at http://www.learningzonexpress.com.

The latest catalog serves professionals in a wide-range of industries such as education, food service, public health, healthcare and nutrition. Resource materials may be purchased for all ages, from pre-k, k-12, adult, and, most recently, older adults.

“For 16 years, LZX has been the leader in publishing award-winning nutrition and health educational resources,” said LZX Founder Melanie Nelson. “Our product offerings encourage healthful behaviors in creative and memorable ways, and the Nutrition Catalog in particular is recognized as a go-to resource for professionals.”

Learning ZoneXpress, based in Owatonna, MN, is a leading source of award-winning nutrition education tools. The company mission is to help improve health through relevant, creative and affordable learning tools about healthy behaviors and nutrition. Learning ZoneXpress offers a wide variety of educational products including posters, handouts, videos, games and lesson plans. For more information about Learning ZoneXpress and its Nutrition Catalog , visit http://www.learningzonexpress.com or call Toni Meyer at 888-455-7003.

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