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Eat........like a Footballer

Liverpool Food Lovers Festival adds a Footballer's diet onto the festival list

Published on August 30th 2007.

Eat........like a Footballer

Junk food, snacks and sugary drinks will all be off the menu when 15 lucky primary school children learn how to ‘EAT LIKE A FOOTBALLER’ as part of the Liverpool Food Lovers Festival

On Thursday 13th of September, children from year four at Nicholas Catholic Primary School will be taught to eat like a footballer at Everton FC to understand the nutritional value of the key foods to create tip top athletes.

The day will start with an invigorating one hour fun training session at the ‘Power League’ where they will learn about the benefits of exercise. This to be followed by a food training session back at Goodison Park, where the children will learn about nutrition and how footballers get the most from their bodies by packing them with energy.

Deborah Robb of North West Fine Food, who are behind the event and festival comments: “This is a brilliant opportunity for children to really understand the impact of eating well and how that can have a positive effect on the body.”

Darren Griffiths, Media and Publications Manager of Everton FC adds “ We are looking forward to teaching the children about nutrition and lending our support to the festival. We hope to provide a fun but educational day for the children”

The Liverpool Food Lovers Festival takes place from 3- 16 of September and features a wide range of food related events.

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