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EAT YOUR COLORS - Ensuring Proper Nutritional value for Your Body

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To make sure you are getting the proper nutrients for your body, you have to learn how to look at your colors for your food consumption. Colors represent variety and exposures to not only new foods but also various natural vitamins and minerals that are required for the human body.

RED: tomatoes and tomato sauces, raspberries, apples, strawberries, pomegranates, cherries, peppers, radishes, and watermelon

PURPLE-BLUE: plums, grapes, prunes, blueberries, blackberries, red cabbage, beets, and eggplant

ORANGE: oranges, sweet potatoes, cantaloupe, carrots, winter squash, apricots, peppers, and mangoes

ORANGE-YELLOW: tangerines, oranges, peaches, papayas, pineapples, peppers, and nectarines

YELLOW: corn, lemons, peppers, and yellow squash

GREEN: salad greens, kiwi, broccoli, avocados, brusselsprouts, chives, green onions, parsley, cilantro, green beans, spinach, peppers, Swiss chard, and kale

WHITE-GREEN: celery, asparagus, honeydew, and pears

WHITE: mushrooms, onions, cauliflower, garlic leeks, shallots, bananas, artichokes, and bamboo shoots

THAT'S JUST A PARTIAL LISTING OF ALL THE COLORFUL FOODS IN GOD'S CREATION, BUT THE NEXT TIME YOU SIT DOWN FOR A MEAL, REGARD WHAT'S ON YOUR PLATE OR IN YOUR HAND, AND YOU'LL FIND YOUR DIETARY TRUE COLORS