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Here's a winning kid's lunch idea. Make a soccer ball by spreading low-fat cream cheese on a whole wheat English muffin, and add raisins to create the ball pattern. Pair it with grilled chicken slices, a mixed green salad and kiwi slices for a healthy, kid-friendly lunch. Kick up this soccer themed lunchbox idea by adding a Soccer Danimals® Smoothie.
As team mom there's a lot to worry about — so we teamed up with sports nutritionist Tara Collingwood, MS, RDN, CSSD to create a "tip sheet" full of healthy postgame snack ideas. Pair a Nesquik with one of these nutritious options for an all-around balanced snack for young soccer stars. Research shows that low-fat chocolate milk, with the ideal 3:1 ratio of carbohydrates to protein, is a great option to nourish tired muscles after prolonged activity. The team will love these winning combos!