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Eat the Rainbow Everyday

At the end of every Rainbow is a Pot of Health .
EAT RED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES EVERYDAY

Blood Oranges
Cherries
Cranberries
Pomegranate
Red Apples
Red Grapes
Red Peppers

Red Onions
Rhubarb
Tomatoes
Radishes
Watermelon
Raspberries
Strawberries

Red Beetroot
Red Potatoes
Red Grapefruit
Red Pears
Red Cabbage
Radicchio
Red Chillies

Eating Red Fruits and Vegetables May Help Prevent Cancer
Deep red or bright pink fruits and vegetables should be eaten every day, recommends the National Cancer Institute (NCI). Nutrition research shows that red and bright pink fruits and vegetables contain phytochemicals, such as lycopene and anthocyanins. Phytochemicals, substances found only in plants, help your body fight disease and promote good health.

At the end of every Rainbow is a Pot of Health .
EAT GREEN FRUIT AND VEGETABLES EVERYDAY

Avocados
Green Apples
Green Grapes
Honeydew Melon
Kiwi Fruit
Limes
Green Peas

Artichokes
Asparagus
Broccoli
Green Beans
Green Cabbage
Celery
Brussel Sprouts

Cucumbers
Leeks
Lettuce
Green peppers
Spinach
Courgette
Leafy Greens

Rack up the Greens For Better Health

Green leafy vegetables such as spinach, Romaine lettuce, collard greens, kale and broccoli should be eaten every day. Nutrition research suggests that the more green veggies you eat, the healthier you will be. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) recommends making green vegetables an important part of your recommended 5 to 9 servings of fruits and vegetables a day.

At the end of every Rainbow is a Pot of Health .
EAT YELLOW FRUIT AND VEGETABLES EVERYDAY

Yellow Apples
Yellow Figs
Lemons
Yellow Kiwi
Yellow Pears
Pineapple
Yellow Melon

Yellow Peppers
Yellow Beets
Yellow Potatoes
Summer Squash
Bananas
Yellow Tomatoes
Sweetcorn

Onions
Mushrooms
Parsnips
Cauliflower
Yellow Corn
Yellow Figs
Yellow Chillies

Mother Nature's many yellow foods

Yellow fruits and vegetables and yellow herbs are also good for your health. The herb goldenseal can be used as a diuretic, astringent, antiseptic and it is also believed to heal skin rashes. Yellow dock is often used to help eliminate toxins, improve blood health and the flow of bile and other digestive juices, which can assist in the break down of fatty foods. Dandelion is known to assist with weight control, anemia and eliminate and reduce indigestion and gas build up.

At the end of every Rainbow is a Pot of Health .
EAT PURPLE/BLUE FRUIT AND VEGETABLES EVERYDAY

Blackberries
Blueberries
Black Currants
Concord grapes
Dried Plums
Purple Figs

Plums
Raisins
Black Olives
Eggplant
Purple Asparagus
Purple Carrots

Elderberries
Grape Juice
Purple Cabbage
Purple Peppers
Purple Grapes
Aubergine

Eating the Blues Can Keep You Healthy and Feeling Young.

Eat blue and purple fruits and vegetables, recommends the National Cancer Institute (NCI). Fruits such as blueberries and plums, contain disease-fighting phytochemicals, including anthocyanins and phenolics. Phytochemicals, substances found only in plants, help your body fight disease and promote good health.

At the end of every Rainbow is a Pot of Health .
EAT ORANGE FRUIT AND VEGETABLES EVERYDAY

Apricots
Cape Gooseberries
Cantaloupe
Mangoes
Nectarines
Oranges

Tangerines
Carrots
Orange Peppers
Pumpkin
Sweet Potatoes
Summer Squash

Papaya
Peaches
Persimmons
Butternut Squash
Melon
Red Lentils

Boost Your Immunity with Orange Fruits and Vegetables

Eat deep orange and bright yellow fruits and vegetables, recommends the National Cancer Institute (NCI). Vegetables such as sweet potatoes, carrots, and pumpkins all contain the phytochemical beta carotene. Citrus fruits such as oranges, grapefruits, and tangerines contain another group of phytochemicals called bioflavonoids. Phytochemicals, substances found only in plants, help your body fight disease and promote good health.