Teen Sports Nutrition

Teen athletes have special nutrition needs to perform at their best. Our recipes and meal plans will help your teenager achieve maximum return and enjoy their sport in a healthy way.

Teen Athlete Meal Plan

Breakfast – cheerios, 2% milk, strawberries, hard boiled egg

Lunch – PB sandwich on whole wheat bread, carrot sticks, grapes, 2% milk, Greek yogurt

Afternoon snack – popcorn, string cheese

Dinner – rotisserie chicken, oven baked fries, green beans, melon, 2% milk (“You are not a Short Order Cook”)

Bedtime snack – 2 sugar cookies, 2% milk

Sports Competition Checklist

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Healthy Snack List

Replace cookies and chips with healthy alternatives

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7 General Nutrition Tips for your Teen

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Teens General Nutrition Handout

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