Color Me Healthy

For Moms, How-To, Ingredient
on January 19, 2012
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Colorful foods contain nutrients that are good for you. 
Eat at least two colors (servings) everyday—four is better.

 
See how many different colors you can include on your plate:
 
Reds- Loaded with Vitamin C and Lycopene
Tomatoes
Red bell peppers
Strawberries
Red grapefruit
Raspberries
 
White
Milk
Cauliflower
Apples, pears
Yogurt
 
Greens- Packed with Vitamin C and Fiber
Green beans
Spinach, greens
Parsley
Green bell peppers
Broccoli
Brussels sprouts
Asparagus
Edamame
Kiwi
Arugula
 
Oranges- High in Beta Carotene, Vitamin A, Antioxidants, Vitamin C and Fiber
Sweet potatoes
Oranges, orange juice
Pumpkins, squash
Dried apricots
Orange bell peppers
Peaches
Mangoes
Carrots
 
Yellow
Bell peppers
Lemons
 
Blue
Blueberries
Grapes (raisins) 
Blackberries 
 
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