Use pieces of red, yellow and green construction paper to help kids sort REAL, Bridging and Fake foods. REAL food is as close to its natural state as possible. REAL food doesn't have labels. REAL foods are foods your great-grandparents would have had in their kitchen. Kids understand that REAL food clearly grows in a garden, a field or an orchard - or is raised on a traditional farm. Organic fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, raw cheese and milk, plain full-fat yogurt, sprouted grains, grass-fed meats and poultry are examples of REAL food that would go on the green paper – they're Green Light Foods - or Grow foods that help you grow smarter, faster, stronger, happier, or whatever is important to you.
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