Kids can eat organic fruits and veggies raw and unpeeled in a nutrient dense salad every day, powering up with enzymes, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. Many foods lose vitamins and nutrients when they are cooked. Organic means using organic seeds to grow the veggies and naturally produced fertilizers and compost for the soil, using no poisons, GMOs, or chemicals. Eating raw salads are the secret of good health, being low in calories and supplying kids with lots of energy. Kids can make organic coleslaw, which is full of antioxidants, with chopped organic cabbage, grated carrots, chopped green pepper, and minced red onion, with lemon juice and extra virgin olive oil dressing. Kids can substitute fresh coleslaw for the crunch factor they get with packaged processed snacks, like chips. Raw organic unsalted nuts and seeds are delicious in salads or blended into homemade salad dressings. Kids can plant a container with a variety of salad greens and pick the outer leaves as needed and replant for a continual harvest. Kids can grow fruit and veggies in pots on the patio near the kitchen for a quick snack and easy access for fresh organic meals. Kids can have a local, organic, in season salad of fresh veggies every day to stave off disease, lose weight, and boost energy.