• Debbie Flannery, M.Ed.

Eat the Rainbow

Updated: Apr 4, 2020

People who eat diets rich in phytonutrients have lower rates of heart disease and cancer—the two leading causes of death in the United States. As an added bonus, vegetables provide fiber, which helps prevent constipation and helps keep cholesterol in check.

If you and your family have trouble consuming the recommended 10-15 servings of fruits veggies and berries per day or better yet trying to get your child 👶 to eat veggies feel free to call or text me at

906-774-5833 On how our family bridges these gaps.


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