Food supplies us with fuel, otherwise known as calories. The body, regardless of age, gender, or activity level, burns a certain amount of calories just to stay alive.
Active Start for Healthy Kids
Inactivity and poor eating habits are two of the most important concerns surrounding childhood obesity. With these activities, you can address one of those concerns by incorporating developmentally appropriate physical activity into a child’s day for ages two through six.
Eat Well & Keep Moving-2nd Edition
By adolescence, 32% of girls and 52% of boys drink 24 ounces (780 milliliters) or more of soft drinks each day. Sugar Count is an activity that will help kids examine their drink choices and consider healthier options.