A focus on healthy eating includes evaluating the snacks and beverages kids consume during the time they are in their out-of-school time setting. Healthy foods rich in nutrients will provide youth the energy they need for an active life.
Physical activity during out-of-school time can help kids achieve their recommended 60 minutes of physical activity a day. Out-of-school time environments may be the only place some youth feel engaged enough to participate.
Engaging youth to be a part of your healthy changes helps sustain those changes. An invitation to be involved is welcomed by young people and gives them the confidence and self-respect to continue making healthy choices over time.
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