Vegetables and fruits should represent almost 40-45% of food intake of adults. Beginning its eating’s habits by eating exclusively milk, children – as all omnivore – must learn to eat several foods: starchy foods, vegetables, fruits, fat, eggs, meats and fish and sweets. Such of them are easy to be integrated in habits, others need to be learned especially vegetables. Those, as purveyors of essential vitamins and trace elements must absolutely be consumed to optimize the human metabolism, gut functionalities, and awakening to taste up to socialization abilities. Eating vegetables improves the body development and health and prevent diseases (almost involved in all), opens the mind to several kinds of pleasures (flavors, colors, smell, textures). It gives the children a chance to have a fulfilling life which is precisely the definition of healthy from the World Health Organization (1946): Healthy is “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”. Eating vegetables is absolutely an educational problem: gut education, tasting education. It’s a real, fundamental health issue for children since the age of diversification and it’s a guarantee of freedom for the adult in the making.