Superfoods Book - Superfoods - Sitemap

Superfoods - Food Colors for Health

It's vital that we eat a wide variety of colorful orange/yellow, red, green, white, and blue/purple vegetables and fruit every day.

If you are looking for information on the following:

It's important for health that we eat plenty of different fruits and vegetables every day. A diet rich in fruits and vegetables may reduce the risk of cancer and other chronic diseases. Fruits and vegetables provide essential vitamins and minerals, fiber, and other substances that are important for good health.

Fortunately for the health conscious person, most fruits and vegetables are both naturally low in fat and calories, and are filling.

You may have heard about the 5 A Day for Better Health program. It provides easy ways to add more fruits and vegetables into your daily eating patterns. It’s vital that we eat a wide variety of colorful orange/yellow, red, green, white, and blue/purple vegetables and fruit every day. By eating vegetables and fruit from each color group, you will benefit from the essential vitamins, minerals, and fiber that each color group has to offer alone and in combination.

There are many different yet simple ways to start incorporating vegetables and fruit into your familiar and favorite meals. You can begin your day, for example, with 100 percent fruit or vegetable juice.  You could slice bananas or strawberries on top of your cereal, and have a salad with lunch and an apple for an afternoon snack. Include a vegetable with dinner and you already have about 5 cups of fruits and vegetables. You may even try adding a piece of fruit for a snack or even an extra vegetable at dinner.

Leave off sauces and butter, and you can pretty much fill your plate with veggies as seconds.

Be daring. Don't ever be afraid to try something new to increase your vegetable and fruit intake. There are so many choices when selecting fruits and vegetables. Kiwi fruit, asparagus, and mango may become your new favorite. Keep things fresh and interesting by combining fruits and vegetables of different flavors and colors, like red grapes with pineapple chunks, or cucumbers and red peppers.

Ask the produce guy at the grocery store for recommendations of vegetables you might not have tried yet.

Get in the habit of keeping fruits and vegetables visible and easily accessible – you’ll tend to eat them more. Store cut and cleaned produce at eye-level in the refrigerator, or keep a big colorful bowl of fruit on the table.

More About Superfoods

Health Products

Sitemap


You will find what you are looking for about superfoods here

Get more website traffic

Page Updated 7:30 AM Friday 11/06/2015