Rainbow Nutrition

Eat from the Rainbow

Eating a variety of food with all the colours of the rainbow represented ensures your little one is getting a complete range of nutrients.

What does it mean to eat a rainbow?

  • Choosing a variety of different-coloured whole foods throughout the day and week.
  • The more naturally occurring colours on your little one’s plate at each meal or snack, the better.
  • It does not mean making a rainbow with artificially coloured foods (gummy snacks, soda, sweets, etc.)!

Rainbow nutrition:

Phytonutrients are natural chemical compounds found in all plants. They protect against diseases and promote health. The phytonutrients in fruits and vegetables give them their different colours with each colour group providing a unique set of vitamins, minerals and nutrients. Using the rainbow as a guide is a great way to ensure your little one is eating the widest range of phytonutrients.

  • All
  • Fruit
  • Herbs
  • Nutrient Enhancers
  • Nuts & Seeds
  • Superfoods
  • Sweeteners
  • Vegetables

Nori

Nutrient Enhancers, Rainbow Nutrition, Vegetables

Kombu

Nutrient Enhancers, Rainbow Nutrition, Vegetables

Spirulina

Nutrient Enhancers, Rainbow Nutrition, Vegetables

Kale

Rainbow Nutrition, Vegetables

Wakame

Rainbow Nutrition, Vegetables

Sage

Herbs, Rainbow Nutrition

Chlorella

Nutrient Enhancers, Rainbow Nutrition, Superfoods, Vegetables
Mila's Meals Rainbow Nutrition Dill

Dill

Herbs, Rainbow Nutrition
peas

Peas

Rainbow Nutrition, Vegetables
Celery

Celery

Rainbow Nutrition, Vegetables
Thyme

Thyme

Herbs, Rainbow Nutrition

Basil

Herbs, Rainbow Nutrition

Spinach

Rainbow Nutrition, Vegetables

Apple

Fruit, Rainbow Nutrition

Cabbage

Rainbow Nutrition, Vegetables

Moringa

Rainbow Nutrition, Superfoods

Grapes

Fruit, Rainbow Nutrition

Pear

Fruit, Rainbow Nutrition
stevia

Stevia

Rainbow Nutrition, Sweeteners

Corn

Rainbow Nutrition, Vegetables

Whey

Nutrient Enhancers, Rainbow Nutrition
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