Kids Rainbow Super Foods


Kids can eat a rainbow of fruits and vegetables for a healthy, balanced diet. Brightly colored fruits and veggies are the magic secret for all around health. Each vivid color is a different spectrum of photochemical nutrients and antioxidants. Fruits and veggies also provide vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Kids can eat five servings of colorful fresh local organic fruit and veggies like an orange, blueberries, broccoli, tomatoes, and corn, every day to be healthy and strong with alert minds ready to learn. Nutritionists encourage kids to eat a variety of different color fruits and veggies, as each color has different nutrients to support a healthy diet. Kids can boost their immune system by eating ripe foods in season and enjoy a colorful array of organic produce that is locally available. According to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention, eating a diversity of vegetables is the key to prevent disease. Super Foods, according to scientific studies, are high in nutrients, antioxidants, and phytochemicals that help lower the risk of developing cancer, cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes, and other chronic diseases. Growing an organic backyard garden brings an abundance of fresh Super Foods to the dinner table in the form of fruits, herbs, and veggies. Eating super food like fresh organic blueberries can improve learning capacity and motor skills needed for school. When kids eat lots of different organic fruits, nuts, grains, and veggies, they can get all the vitamins and minerals to grow strong healthy bodies.

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