With children nowadays having a liking for fast food and other unhealthy foods, the have become prone to obesity at such a young age. However, it is difficult encouraging kids to get in shape and eat the right foods, especially when they have been so used to fried foods, chips, burgers, and other unhealthy snacks. With the help of a huge celebrity endorsement, Go3 may do just that.
Go3 is a line of healthy foods ranging from pasta, wraps, omelets, and fish sticks. To further encourage kids to eat healthier, Go3 was introduced with the help of soccer superstar David Beckham endorsing the brand. Beckham knows that healthy eating has never been easy and believes that little steps, like eating Go3 products, can make a big difference.
The Go3 food line consists of 12 different frozen dishes that can be heated up in the microwave for a simple but nutritious alternative to meals that are not only heavily-processed but also void of nutrients.
These meals also contain omega-3 fatty acids that are essential for healthy mind and heart, whole wheat, and other "hidden veggies" that are commonly absent in most pre-packaged kids foods.
The Go3 website also provides vital information about keeping kids active without having to attend gym classes or boot camps. Examples include playing outdoor games that involve a lot of running or movement like playing Tag or Follow the Leader, as well as other activities that can make kids sweat buckets like spring cleaning, dancing, gardening, and swimming.
Aside from the instant meals, Go3 also has a line of supplements for both children and adults.
Having Beckham endorse products that are more beneficial to children that say… underwear… shows that the super athlete aims to help out children in dealing with obesity both as a role model and a father three young boys.
However, kids may find pasta and sandwich wraps "too intimidating" to eat and parents may have to motivate their kids further into eating these delicious meals.
Another setback is that Go3 products are currently available in the United Kingdom only, although the food line may become available in the United States in the near future.