BAM Dining Decisions Mobile Game
Which keeps you fueled longer, an apple or bacon? Play the Dining Decisions game and find out.
Dining Decisions is a CDC mobile game for kids available on iTunes and Google Play. This interactive and educational app is a fun way for kids to learn to make healthy food choices whether at home, school, or on the go.
Sort the food items into – Go, Slow, or Whoa
Test your food smarts by putting different foods into “Go,” “Slow,” or “Whoa” categories.
“Go” foods are the healthiest option, provide our bodies with the most energy or fuel, and should be eaten often. “Go” foods include:
- Raw vegetables
- Skim or low-fat milk
“Slow” foods are not as nutritious as “Go” foods and shouldn’t be eaten every day. “Slow” foods include:
- Hot dogs
“Whoa” foods have little to no nutritious value and are often high in sugar, fat, and calories. These treats should be saved for special occasions. “Whoa” foods include:
- French fries
- Ice cream
As you advance to higher levels in the game, there will be more food choices to categorize as “Go,” “Slow,” or “Whoa” and less time to do it. As you play and learn, the “Go” or healthiest choice will be easy to choose wherever you are!
The National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion developed the Dining Decisions game as part of the BAM! Body and Mind website. The BAM! site provides resources specifically for tween-aged children (9–12 years old) and school teachers. The game is fully accessible for visually-impaired users.
- Page last reviewed: June 15, 2017
- Page last updated: June 15, 2017
- Content source:
- National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Division of Population Health
- Page maintained by: Office of the Associate Director for Communication, Digital Media Branch, Division of Public Affairs