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The Benefits of Colorful Fruits & Vegetables: What Do All of Those Colors Mean?

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Experts recommend you fill your plate with an array of colorful vegetables and fruits to maximize the health benefits of your diet – and for good reason. Veggies and fruits get their color from plant pigments that help to protect plants against predators. These same pigments protect human cells against damage and have a variety of other health benefits that makes them worthy candidates for your dinner plate. Have you ever wondered what these colors can do for you? Here’s a rundown on what each color means for your health


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