Young people experience many changes during their tween and teen years. Building healthy food and physical activity habits will help them now and as they enter adulthood. Actions taken during exchange will provide youth with resources, tips, and ideas that can help teens take charge and learn to make their own healthy choices. During days of exchange Youth will create a PDF file that gathers knowledge and materials created during exchange days by creating general guidelines for healthy eating. Such a public eBook as the guide for local community will help to raise awareness among youngsters in their countries and show them that the effects of obesity on health are reversible through healthy eating and physical exercise, but it will also contains many healthy recipes created during the exchange. Moreover, youth will be promoting healthy lifestyle for that the local society could notice that sport may trigger off positive emotions, fighting spirit and healthy competition. Youth will be taking part in many outdoors activity and practical classes about preparing healthy meals or how to make sweet snacks perfect to take-away. Youth will be asked to prepare several presentations i.a. How To Count Your Macros; How to Read a Food Label etc. Participants of the project will also plan a campaign “Life sweetened with stevia, xylitol and coconut sugar” which will be organized at the last day of exchange in the form of picnic where participants will be teaching local youth how to make sweets and snacks with substitutes of sugar.