Would your picky eaters try different foods if they knew what powers it could give them? While they can’t quite get super powers like flight or invisibility, they may get better vision and strong bones with nutritious food choices. Make food fun for them, and let them know what different foods can do for their bodies. Go through the rainbow with us as we show you what super powers your kids can get from their food.

Red foods make your heart strong. Foods like red bell peppers, tomatoes, raspberries, apples, watermelon, and cherries are full of vitamins A and C, as well as fiber, to boost heart health.

Orange foods give you super vision. Carrots, squash, cantaloupe, pumpkins, peaches, and orange peppers are loaded with beta carotene and vitamin A, both super important for good eyesight.

Yellow foods heal your cuts and keep your stomach happy. Bananas, yellow bell peppers, pineapples, corn, lemons, and potatoes have lots of fiber and vitamin B6 to help with digestion and general health support.

Green foods help you fight off sickness. Foods like spinach, broccoli, pears, kiwis, green apples and grapes, and cucumbers have lots of nutrients like zinc, iron, and vitamin C to support immune health and strong eyesight.

Blue and purple foods make your brain and skin strong. Blueberries, grapes, blackberries, purple cabbage, eggplants, and raisins are full of healing antioxidants and vitamins that protect your blood vessels and boost immunity and brainpower.

White foods help you stay energized. Garlic, onions, coconut, cauliflower, and milk are full of nutrients like calcium and potassium, which will keep you energized and active throughout the day. They also have lots of vitamins that can help your brain stay focused and help your skin heal.

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