Eat Healthy to Keep Healthy: Teaching the importance of healthy food habits

For primary school teachers who know the importance of educating their 7 to 12 year-old-students on how to eat healthy and how their digestive system works but don’t have the time to research and create lesson plans, Eat Healthy to Keep Healthy provides age-appropriate plug-and-play lessons based on science.

Eat Healthy to Keep Healthy includes everything you need to start teaching the material right away in a fun and engaging way without doing additional work. Created by biomedical scientists in close collaboration with didactic and food experts across Europe, Eat Healthy to Keep Healthy has already been used to teach over 1000 children in Spain, Italy, Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary. 90% of teachers report being satisfied with the material.

What you get

Who is it for?

This is for primary school teachers that want to teach their students how to Eat Healthy to Keep Healthy without spending time researching what to teach or how to teach it.

Education materials

Eat Healthy to Keep Healthy offers a full teaching plan with downloadable material including videos, animations for kids, links to the digital version of the games, and printable pdf files. You’ll also find the scientific and didactic background and research. Access the materials here for free; choose from eight languages:

Meet the team

Our partners

External partners:

  • Élelmiszerlánc-biztonsági Centrum
  • IMDEA Food Institute
  • PontVelem
  • Queen´s University Belfast
  • School on a Fork
  • University of Turin
  • University of Warsaw