Eat smart, play safe [Infographic]
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Eat Smart, Play Safe encourages parents to learn about nutrition and sports safety to help kids succeed on and off the field. Because active children need proper nutrition to stay healthy and optimize performance, this program's mission is to provide nutrition and safety tips, sports and health information and recipes as families and kids start fall sports. The program is sponsored by DSM Nutritional Products, a leading nutrition and supplement company, and Pop Warner, the largest youth football, dance and cheer organization. For more information, about the program and resources, visit www.popwarner.com.

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