Food N' Me® and the American Diabetes Association are collaborating to bring an innovative approach to educating students, their families and school personnel about nutrition and the importance of eating a healthy diet! Their collaboration delivers a campaign that enhances the ADA’s effort to increase diabetes awareness and education in North Texas public school districts.


Food N' Me® games are featured on the FIT web site from Sanford Health and WebMD: A platform created though science and research which educates, motivates, and inspires children of all ages to live a FIT and healthy lifestyle.


Food N' Me® has been pilot tested with families enrolled in YMCA’s ACT! program with the support of Seattle Children's Hospital and the YMCA. The YMCA ACT! program, in partnership with Seattle Children’s Hospital, is a supportive 12 week program that helps overweight youth and their families establish healthy eating habits and incorporate physical activity into their daily routines.


Food N' Me® scientific advisor Dr. Adam Drewnowski, PhD is a world-renowned leader in innovative research approaches for the prevention and treatment of obesity. Dr. Drewnowski is the Director of the Nutritional Sciences Program and Professor of Epidemiology and Medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle and the Director of the Center for Public Health Nutrition and the UW Center for Obesity Research.


Food N' Me® scientific advisor Dr. Mollie Grow, MD, MPH is an assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Washington in Seattle, Pediatrics-Inpatient Seattle Children's and Harborview Medical Center. Dr. Grow is a published researcher in the field of childhood obesity.