Eat a Rainbow? Here's how...

This multicolored assortment of farmers market fare is more than just appealing to the eye. The same chemicals that give fruits and vegetables their vibrant colors have been shown to prevent and treat chronic disease in humans. Can you count how many phytonutrients are on display? Plant based foods are loaded with colorful chemicals, called phytonutrients, that come in all colors of the rainbow, each color having distinctive health benefits for kids and adults alike. Studies have found properties in phytonutrients that can boost our immune system,assist our liver to get rid of toxins, help our brain with learning and memory, regulate hormone balance and reduce our risk of cancer. This is why

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Disclaimer: Opinions expressed are solely my own. All information provided here is meant as general education and not meant as medical advice to treat of advise specific patients. Medical decisions should be made in direct consultation with a medical doctor.