sport candy
 n.— «The programme really does get kids to put their crisps down and get off the sofa to dance, leap and sing. It’s a bit like an educational aerobics-cum-healthy eating class. Scheving is a former European aerobics champion, among his many other exhausting achievements. “I wanted to play Sportacus because I believe you can make a difference,” he says. His healthy lifestyle message is making a difference—fruit and vegetables are called “sport candy” on the show.» —“I am Sportacus” by Isabel Berwick Financial Times (United Kingdom) Dec. 29, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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