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How Rainbow Plates Can Help Kids Eat Healthier

Good Morning Utah
Getting children to eat fruits and veggies can be quite a challenge, but one mom says having her son eat a “rainbow plate” makes all the difference. Kathryn Kemp Guylay and her son Alex joined Good Morning Utah to explain how making a rainbow out of fruits and veggies can help kids get all the nutrition they need.
 
Kathryn created a fun and engaging book for children that encourages healthy eating called Give It a Go, Eat a Rainbow.
 
“Over the last decade, I have been teaching kids and parents how to live more energized lives by eating
healthy meals and snacks,” explains the award-winning and bestselling author and certified nutritional
counselor. “One of the easiest ways to boost the nutritional value of meals and snacks is to incorporate
more fruits and veggies,” explains Kemp Guylay.
 
For more information, please visit www.makewellnessfun.com.

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