FILER, Idaho -- If you're trying to convince kids to exercise and eat right, introduce them to Detroit Lions and former Boise State quarterback Kellen Moore.
Moore was at Filer High School Wednesday talking to the students about the importance of eating healthy and being physically active.
It's part of the Fuel Up to Play 60 program, launched by the National Football League and the National Dairy Council.
Filer High School won a nationwide competition by eating right, getting active and making healthy changes at their school.
"To promote Fuel Up to Play 60, Filer High School earned this opportunity, one of the few across the country, and they did a lot to get this," said Moore.
Along with talking to the students about a healthy lifestyle, Moore judged "Minute to Win It" contest involving milk bottles.