Give It a Go, Eat a Rainbow
July 13, 2016•9 min
Focusing on foods that make up the colors of the rainbow can be a fun way to get kids excited about eating more fruits and vegetables.Different colors of the rainbow help the body in different ways. Focusing on foods that make up the colors of the rainbow can be a fun way to get kids excited about eating more fruits and vegetables. This concept inspired wellness expert, media personality, bestselling and award winning author, Kathryn Kemp Guylay, to create her book, Give It a Go, Eat a Rainbow.The book addresses healthy eating, specifically fruits and veggies, in an engaging and positive way. Targeting early childhood and elementary school age groups, the picture book is simple yet profound in promoting healthy eating habits in children. And, it was illustrated by her own 12-year-old son, Alexander. Listen in as Kathryn joins host Lisa Davis to share more about the book and why it's so essential for kids to get their fruits and veggies.