Many fruits and vegetables developed bright colors over the course of millions of years to attract animals. Those same bright colors usually signify rich nutrients and unique organic compounds, many of which are very good for our bodies. If you see bright colors, put it on your plate!
Bright Foods for Big Benefits
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