Copy- Kids: Eat Fruits & Vegetables

Copy- Kids: Eat Fruits & Vegetables

2 Seasons

Copy-Kids features several adorable and entertaining children aged 9 months to 4 years, eating with joy and delight. It's a simple but revolutionary tool for parents who want their kids to develop a life-long habit of healthy eating.

Copy- Kids: Eat Fruits & Vegetables
  • Kiwi - S2E1

    Episode 1

    Kids love this delicious green fruit, flecked with black seeds. Kiwis are packed with vitamins C and K plus an array of phytonutrients that have been shown to protect DNA and promote respiratory health.

  • Pineapple - S2E2

    Episode 2

    This super-fruit is a treasure trove of vitamins and minerals. Plus pineapple's anti-inflammatory and digestive benefits make it an excellent addition to every kids' diet.

  • Peas - S2E3

    Episode 3

    Full of healthy vitamins K and B1 -- plus the essential mineral manganese. Often cooked but really great raw, peas are a super-legume that's also fun to eat, with fingers or fork.

  • Peaches - S2E3

    Episode 4

    Juicy and delightfully messy, ripe Peaches should be a part of every child's summer snacking. They're sweet but low in calories, and full of vitamin A (essential to healthy vision) plus an array of anti-oxidants and lots of the mineral potassium.

  • Green Beans - S2E5

    Episode 5

    Best raw or lightly blanched - a crunchy crossover snack between legumes & veggies. Full of fiber & packed with vitamins B, C & K plus a healthy dose of essential folate. An all year round, inexpensive snack - perfect for school, road trips and picnics.

  • Grapes - S2E6

    Episode 6

    With a deliciously sweet taste, both red & green grapes have a low glycemic-index, so they don't create a sugar rush. They deliver a stunning array of phytonutrients. We recommend buying organic since grapevines get regularly drenched in pesticides!

  • Corn - S2E7

    Episode 7

    Yellow, purple, or blue corn - they're all yummy and nutritious. Generally best quick-steamed and with minimal butter, corn is packed with healthy fiber, plus some amazing antioxidants including lutein & zeaxanthin (essential for eyes) and also quercetin.

  • Celery - S2E8

    Episode 8

    Kids love celery sticks! They'll snack this nutrient-packed super-food until they've devoured a whole stalk. The anti-inflammatory phytonutrients in celery are truly amazing. Whole or juiced- it's the magic food extolled by medical medium Tony Williams.

  • Cauliflower - S2E9

    Episode 9

    Crunch your way through raw cauli! Its unique taste and texture make it irresistible - and it's filling too! You can cook it, but research shows that it then loses many of its amazing phytonutrients. A cruciferous veggie, full of anti-cancer Sulforaphane.

  • Cabbage - S2E10

    Episode 10

    Eat it raw or lightly cooked, purple, or white - cabbage is a cruciferous powerhouse of nutrients. It's also high in fiber, and kids particularly love the crunchy part found towards the heart a whole cabbage. These kids are inhaling it!

  • Blackberries - S2E11

    Episode 11

    A bit more tart and firmer than their blueberry cousin, they are a hardy fruit packed with nutritious goodness. Add to cereal or eat as a dessert treat, blackberries are a great source of vitamins C and E, plus pectin to aid digestion. Copy-Kids love 'em!

  • Watermelon - S2E12

    Episode 12

    Is there a kid on the planet who doesn't love watermelon? The ultimate refreshment fruit, filled with antioxidants, including lycopene and the amino acid citrulline. Why is that helpful for kids? It stabilizes blood sugar and staves off diabetes. Yummy!

  • Dawn Winkelmann SE13

    Episode 13

    Leading Speech & Language Pathologist and Pediatric Feeding Therapist Dawn Winkelmann digs into why some children are picky eaters, and the power of Copy-Kids to turn that around in this interview with director Malona Badelt.

  • Outtakes - S2E14

    Episode 14

    Not everything goes perfect on a shoot with kids - our Copy-Kids' funny outtakes & bloopers are just as enjoyable and inspiring!