Importance of the Color Green in Your Diet

Eating at least five servings of colorful fruits and vegetables each day provides you with nutrients that may help decrease your risk of several serious medical conditions, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Green fruits and vegetables — including spinach, leafy dark greens like collard or mustard greens, kiwi, cabbage, green plantains, broccoli, peas and peppers — should figure largely in your daily rainbow of produce. Green-colored produce is rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidant compounds like indoles and lutein.

Published by Nitin Manohar Shrikhande

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