How healthy would it be to eat from a rainbow? Now you might have the chance.
Healthy eating advocates often tell people to “eat the rainbow.” It’s a simple way of reminding you that a variety of fruits and vegetables in your diet will get you the vitamins and minerals you need. It also calls out the fact that you can learn a lot about your food just by looking at it. Here’s what it means, and how it works.
You may have heard the phrase “eat the rainbow” before—and not just in Skittles commercials. Dietitians, doctors, or other health and wellness advisors use the phrase to get people—especially children—to incorporate more fruits and veggies in their diets. On its face, it’s a good suggestion—but as simple as the catchphrase is, it hides some of the science behind why a variation of fruits and vegetables can be both pleasing to the eye and good for your health. Let’s take a look at the details, and why it’s a good idea to “eat the rainbow” at all.
In Apopka, the next program will be Thurdsay> August 31st between 11:30 AM until 12:30 PM at the Apopka Job Connection Center which is located at 1312 East Semoran Boulevard 32703. All materials will be provided.