Activities & Food Ideas

Junior footballers

Healthy Lunchbox Activity

Find out some simple tips to ensure your children are enjoying healthy and tasty snack and lunch options at school. 

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School lunches: they're no picnic!

There's a jungle of fabulous food options out there but when time's short how do you keep coming up with tasty, new ideas to tempt young tastebuds?

Feeding Active Kids - The Junior Australian Football Player

It is important for the junior footballer to eat well every day not just on game day or before a carnival.

Active children need constant refuelling and cooling. Their nutritional needs are of great importance to their overall health, growth and development, as well as to their sporting performance.

The junior athlete will play better, for longer, and recover quicker from training and competition when well-nourished. The junior footballer, who is not getting enough total energy, may become tired, irritable and lethargic, and may even struggle to maintain interest and enjoyment in sport.

 

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