With our deliciously squidgy fruit-packed loaves and our low calorie, individually portioned lunchbox size snacks, Soreen has found a number of ways to help kids eat more healthily.
To make their diets as beneficial as possible, children need to eat plenty of fruit and vegetables on a regular basis.
Simply, we suggest getting them to ‘eat the rainbow’ every day. The rainbow is made up of the five colour groups of fruit and vegetables and by following it as a nutritional guide your kids can benefit from a whole spectrum of nutrients, vitamins and minerals. In fact, eating all five colour groups everyday is an excellent way to give kids the energy their bodies need to grow, learn and play and keep them tip-top at all times.
Here’s a guide to each colour group in the rainbow and how they can benefit your kids –
What to eat: Tomatoes, Red Apples, Water Melon, Pink Grapefruit, Bell Peppers, Strawberries, Cherries, Raspberries, Radishes
What they can do: keeps hearts healthy and give strength and support to joints in growing kids
What to eat: Apricots, Carrots, Sweet Potatoes, Tangerines, Oranges, Satsumas, Papaya, Mangoes, Peaches, Nectarines
What they can do: provide a great source of Vitamin C that amongst other things keeps our eyes very healthy
What to eat: Asparagus, Avocado, Green Apples, Green Grapes, Leeks, Celery, Parsley, Kale, Broccoli, Sprouts, Cabbage, Kiwis, Lettuce, Cucumber, Peas, Courgettes, Peppers, Spring Onions
What they can do: strengthen the immune system and help prevent your little monkeys from catching colds
What to eat: Pineapple, Corn, Yellow Peppers, Pears, Lemons, Melons
What they can do: great for the skin and digestive system
What to eat: Blackberries, Blueberries, Plums, Prunes, Raisins, Red Cabbage, Red Onions, Aubergines, Grapes
What they can do: help us with memory and be generally very good for the brain
Wow! That is one colourful diet, also it is a very healthy one! Tell your kids about the rainbow. They’ll love the sound of it and may be interested enough to find out more and even challenge themselves to see if they can eat the rainbow every day.