All children need to eat balanced meals and have a healthy diet, but does this balance necessarily have to change for a sporting child?
Children need to eat the right amount, correct type and a variety of food, in order to support their increased levels of activity. However, this doesn’t mean it has to be a very different from a normal healthy balanced diet. Basically, eating for sport and physical activities should be an extension of healthy eating for life.
Our body functions as one. Every part and every organ has its own purpose and each work as part of a team. In order to ensure the body functions within its optimal capacity, it is vital we ensure we do our utmost to take proper care of it.
How we take care of our body and the bodies of our children, will ultimately dictate how well it performs -because sooner or later, wear and tear will start to appear.
DO YOU WANT YOUR CHILD TO:
• Avoid a mid-day energy crash in school, or in the middle of training or during a game?
• Have a body sufficiently well fuelled to take part in any sporting activity?
• Have steady, long lasting energy and focus?
• Build a strong and healthy body and have a happy mind?
• Learn how the correct foods are important for performance and recovery?
Over time would you also like to improve your own health and do something beneficial and positive both for yourself and the family as a whole?
If your answer is yes to any of the above questions, I would be delighted if you continue to read and find out more how you can help your child improve their health, their physique, their concentration and ultimately excel in their sporting activities to the best of their abilities or even better,you can attend our classes.