Eat by Color: Nutrition for Kids

Eat by Color: Nutrition for Kids

Want to Be Healthier but not Really Work at it?

10 Everyday Superfoods: Eat by Color

 

 

Nutrition for kids made easy. Just stock up your kitchen, pantry, and lunch bag with these inexpensive and easy-to-like foods.

 

You may not be overweight or in terrible shape, but your eating habits may not be what they should.  There is a lot of information out there about how to eat healthier.  It can all be overwhelming and confusing.

 

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Just concentrate on eating from this list of ten foods– eat at least 3 per day.  You can add a bit of lean protein such as salmon, turkey, grass fed beef, chicken, or eggs for your main meals.

 

 

  1. Blue
 photo-1460400408855-36abd76648b9 Blueberries

 

Fresh, not cooked, domestic, organic.  Watch your intake of fruit because of the high sugar content.  Focus on eating fruit alone, so they are best for snacks.

 

Substitutes: apples with peel (organic), tomatoes (organic), watermelon, pink grapefruit, papaya, orange, red pepper, bananas, mango, kiwi.

 

 

 

 

 2. White

 cauliflower_white White Root Foods

 

Examples are garlic, turnips, cauliflower, onion, mushrooms, asparagus, beets

 

 

 

  1. Orange
 swpot_orange Sweet potato

 

Substitutes: carrots, butternut squash, mango

 

 

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