Nesquik is the Perfect Post Game Snack #StirImagination

After a tough practice or game, studies suggest that low-fat chocolate milk, like Nesquik, may contain the ideal 3:1 ratio of carbohydrates-to-protein that can help restore tired muscles.  As the captain of the Mexico national football team, Rafa Marquez knows the importance of eating right and getting essential vitamins and minerals within 30 minutes of prolonged activity. He look to low fat chocolate milk, like Nesquik, to nourish and restore my tired muscles.

Our Latina Influecers share ways they help their kids replenish fluids and nutrients withe Nesquik after a tough game and #StirImagination.

Mama Contemporanea

Mis niños son muy activos, nadan, corren bicicleta, juegan desde que llegan de la escuela, tanto así que aveces no tengo energía para seguirles el ritmo, además Chloe va a clases de gimnasia y Chris practica fútbol. Chocolate con leche baja en grasa, como Nesquik, proporciona la cantidad adecuada de carbohidratos y proteínas que un atleta necesita para la recuperación después de practicar cualquier deporte. 


As part of the ongoing nutrition and health efforts, Nesquik ready-to-drink chocolate milk is free of artificial colors and sweeteners making Nesquik a good choice for moms and dads looking for a satiating snack for the whole team. It’s also a great snack for after school or before they get ready to tackle homework after a long day.

7 On a Shoestring

Nourishing and restoring tired muscles is essential to any post-game recovery routine. As a child, I thought that the parents giving us treats after each game were simply trying to say, “Nice job!” after a game well played. As a mom myself, I now realize the importance of replenishing the fluids and nutrients lost to sweat. With our girls, I have seen their tired bodies trying to recoup after a hard played game and am glad to have Nesquik ready-to-drink chocolate milk on hand to give them.


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