Want Healthier Snacks at Your Kids’ Sports Games?


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After-school sports are a great way to for kids to be active, build confidence, and make new friends. However, many parents bring  junk food for snacks after the game and between innings, sending mixed messages about health to the kids.

If you want to take a stand against unhealthy snacks at your kids’ sports games, but don’t know how to get other parents on board, consider this Soccer Snacktivism Handbook courtesy of Real Mom Nutrition. In it you’ll find a sample letter to other team parents, answers to frequently asked questions about healthy snacks, and a slideshow.

Who knows? Maybe your voice was just the right nudge other parents needed to kick out the junk!

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