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Fruits and Veggies Nutrition Song

Learn about Fruits and Veggies with the Fruits and Veggies Nutrition Song by KLT.

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Lyrics:

We are the rainbow of foods
that you should have in all your meals
Eat your rainbow every day
and great is how you will feel

We’ll give you essential vitamins
and also minerals
So when you get hungry to make sure you
sit and eat a rainbow

Let’s start with the color Red
we are some essential foods to eat

We are the Apple, Red Cabbage,
Tomato and Cherry

Red Pepper, Red Onion, Watermelon
and also Strawberry

Our important nutrients
you need to keep being healthy

Are Flavonoids, Lycopene,
Folate and Vitamin C

Our jobs to keep your heart
and your memory healthy

Pick one of us to fill the red color
on your plate and you’ll see

Orange and Yellow
are our group colors

We are Cantaloupe, Carrot,
Mango and Yellow Pepper

Butternut Squash, Papaya,
And Pineapple

Pumpkin, Orange
and the sweet potato

The Nutrients and vitamins
we provide to help you grow

Are Beta-Carotene, Vitamin A
And Vitamin C

We keep your Eye’s, Heart and
Immune System Healthy

So you can live a long life
and continue to see

We are the rainbow of foods
that you should have in all your meals
Eat your rainbow every day
and great is how you will feel

We’ll give you essential vitamins
and also minerals
So when you get hungry to make sure you
sit and eat a rainbow

We are the Green group
And here’s who we are

Asparagus, Bok Choy, Green Grape
and Cucumber

Cabbage, Collards, Broccoli
And Green Beans

Green Pepper, Honey Dew,
Kale, Spinach, and Peas

Isothiocyanate’s and
Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Chlorophyll, Vitamin K
And Carotenoids

Are our Nutrients and Vitamins
that can bring you joy

We su...

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