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Thursday, March 1, 2018

Eat To Win Review




My family loves to play board games. They are a great way to spend time together as a family, and especially with our Michigan winters we really need new and fun games to play to help rid ourselves of the winter blues. So when I heard about Eat to Win, I knew we needed to check it out!

Eat to Win is a interactive and fun game that will get you off your rear and get it into gear with forty activity and trivia cards, twenty challenge cards, six game pieces, fun money, thirty food tokens, a die, and a game board. This game teaches the importance of nutrition, healthy eating and exercise. You will have so much fun playing, you won't even realize you are learning at the same time.




I set up the game for my almost five year old and I to play. I was so happy about the way the board would lay flat, and it looked like it would be so much fun to be able to go through the board. I also really like that they have a money holder for the banker right into the box. My favorite part about being banker is having it organized.





The object of the game is to be the first player to Weigh In with the most amount of money. My son and I went through the game, and had a great time playing. There are a few different ways to earn money in the game. It also shows you healthy ways of eating, and gives examples of healthy snacks for you and your child to have. My son had a great time being able to get up and move, and thought it was fun answering the different trivia questions. I enjoyed that he was not just sitting around, and was learning while having fun.

If you would like to purchase this game for your family, please click here.












Disclosure: I received one or more products for the exchange for my honest opinion. I only recommend product that I would use personally or believe would be a good fit with my readers. All opinions are 100% my own and may differ from yours. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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