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The Color Wheel Of Fruits And Vegetables

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Enjoy The Rainbow – The Color Wheel Of Fruits And Vegetables

by Darrell Miller

The majority of people know that eating five servings of fruits and vegetables a day is very important. Also, by eating fruits and vegetables of a variety of different colors, one can get the best all-around health benefits. Each different color fruit and vegetables contains unique health components that are essential to our health. Fruits and vegetables are very important to our health because they are whole foods, created by nature, that are rich in a large amount of nutrients. The processed foods that we so commonly eat, can never compare to the health benefits provided by strawberries or broccoli, which have fiber, vitamins, and enzymes built right in. The phrase “eating a rainbow” of fruits and vegetables is a simple way of remembering to get as much color variety in your diet as possible, so that you can maximize your intake of a broad range of nutrients. The colors of fruits and vegetables are a small clue as to what vitamins and nutrients are included. By getting a variety of different colored fruits and vegetables, you are guaranteed a diverse amount of essential vitamins and minerals. Continue reading

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Free M.B.S. New Age Music Album by Frank John James – Why Not?

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Why Not? A Free New Age M.B.S. Hip Hop Album from Frank John James Why Not? Continue reading

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Should I Really Pay More for Organic Foods?

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Should I Really Pay More for Organic Foods?Organic food has gotten a lot of air play over the past few years. A lot of people have been willing to pay a lot more money simply for the potential for health benefits that have been attributed to eating an all organic diet. However, the facts may indicate otherwise. Read and consider carefully before you begin shelling out large amounts of money for differently labeled food. Continue reading

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