I’ve heard of lots of ways to get young kids to eat healthier — from pureeing vegetables and adding them to pizza sauce, to using cookie cutters to make food into fun shapes. But the Rainbow in my Tummy program is one of the best models I’ve come into contact with for promoting healthy eating in toddlers.
President Barack Obama’s and First Lady Michelle Obama’s spring break visit to Asheville personally inspired me to eat ribs at 12 Bones Smokehouse (not that I needed an excuse). The first couple’s visit also inspired Buncombe County Commissioner Holly Jones to a healthier, albeit somewhat less tasty, goal.
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