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1 Supporting Metabolism Buy Now

Steady blood sugar levels may help maintain energy and mental sharpness throughout the day. If your little athlete is hungry within two hours of game time, try a small meal like Tyson’s favorite: The Greek Gods® Greek-style honey yogurt.

-Crystal, Nutrition Expert

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2 Can’t Be Beet Buy Now

I always recommend that growing athletes eat beets. Their nitrates may help increase stamina during athletic performance. For a delicious way to help your little All-Star become a beet fan, give him a BluePrint™ Beet Apple Carrot Lemon Juice Beverage any time of day.

-Crystal, Nutrition Expert

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3 Superfood Spinach Buy Now

Looking for an easy way to add veggies and protein to your child’s diet? Blend ‘em in with this easy smoothie recipe.

-Crystal, Nutrition Expert

  • Add to your blender in this order:

    one cup ALMOND DREAM® Almond Drink
    two cups of spinach
    one cup berries

    Blend to your desired consistency. Refrigerate any leftovers for up to 36 hours.



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4 Trustworthy Treats Buy Now

Thanks to nutritionists like Crystal, I’ve learned to be mindful of what I eat, especially between meal times. Sensible Portions® brand is a favorite in my house because we can easily count out a sensible snack (no need to skimp either, one serving is 38 Garden Veggie Straws®!)

-Tyson

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5 Kids in the Kitchen Buy Now

Getting your young athlete involved in the kitchen can help teach him how nutrition can affect athletic performance.

-Crystal, Nutrition Expert

  • Help your Junior All-Star pair our super foods with other nutritious foods below. Mix and match wholesome options to help achieve top performance. Be creative!
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