mealtimes and thinking carefully before banishing a food from their eating plan. They can also make sure they include lots of fruit and vegetables at every meal. The strong colours of many fruits and vegetables are a sign that they are high in vitamins and anti-oxidants. They should aim to include white fruit and vegetables (cauliflowers, bananas, onions and potatoes), green (broccoli,
lettuce, green apples and grapes), blue/purple (blueberries, plums, purple grapes and raisins), orange/yellow (carrots, apricots, peaches, oranges, cantaloupes and mangoes) and red (tomatoes, watermelons, cherries, berries, red apples and red peppers). So, go ahead and eat a rainbow!