Vegetables: The Benefits Of Color

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GREEN: Greens contains lutein, an antioxidant that reinforce improved vision, potassium, vitamin c, vitamin k and folic acid.

ORANGE: Rich in beta-carotene and vitamin c. These help promote excellent vision, healthy skin and support a strong immune system.

RED: Red vegetables are rich in phytochemicals like lycopene and anthocyanins that improve heart health and diminish the risk of cancer.

PURPLE: Rich in antioxidants and phytochemicals that are anit-aging, reducethe risk of cancer and support mental clarity.

WHITE: White vegetables are rich in phytochemicals and potassium and help reduce cholesterol levels, lower blood pressure and prevent diabetes.

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One thought on “Vegetables: The Benefits Of Color

    Carl D'Agostino said:
    March 16, 2014 at 2:28 am

    Natural foods are so much better than the pills. But I do take some supplements because bachelor cooking is not a very balanced diet most days.

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