Nearly 1 in 5 kids and teens in the U.S. are overweight or obese. So, it’s important for parents, coaches and others to make sure kids have access to healthier foods — including post-play snacks.
Often kids are rewarded with unhealthy foods and sugary drinks. But there are lots of healthier choices that not only taste great but also are better for them, too.
So, the next time your child finishes their football game, ballet class or playing outside with friends, offer them one of these healthy post-play snacks.
|Chips and crackers||
|Sweets and baked goods||