Personally, I just want to take a walk around the neighborhood without feeling winded, but my five-year-old? He is convinced that someday he will grow into a world-saving, cape-wearing super hero and I use this to my advantage.
Everyone knows that to become big and strong first you have to eat your fruits and vegetables. I tell him this everyday and even though those carrots he eats reluctantly may not give him x-ray vision the carotenoids they contain that give them their bright color do promote healthy vision.
In fact, one of the best ways to ensure you and your super-kid stay healthy is to make sure you’re filling your plate with foods that span the colors of the rainbow. Have a look at the health benefits eating food of each color can bring:
Psst! Want an easy way to get a little red, green, and blue into your diet? Try the new Berry Almond Chicken Salad at Wendy’s. I’ve had it twice for lunch this week and it was delicious.
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