Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Put a Little Rainbow in Your Diet #OurAuthorGang

Make your diet as colorful as rainbow

There is a constant chemical process going on in your body, and this process frees up toxins. Fruits and vegetables contain antioxidants which neutralize these toxins and shield your cells and DNA from the damage they would cause.

Red and pink fruits and vegetables such as tomato, red pepper, apples, onion, grapefruit, watermelon as well as beets.
They contain lycopene which aids short and long-term memory, prevents circulatory problems and heart disease as well as plays a role in cancer prevention, especially skin, prostate, uterine, breast and prostate cancers. Lycopene also blocks cholesterol deposit in your circulatory system.

Blue and purple fruits and vegetables such as dark grape, plum, red cabbage, beet, fig and black currant.
They contain anthocyanin, which prevents cholesterol deposits and keeps the veins and arteries flexible. Blu and purple foods shield the skin from UV rays and protect your retina from damage.

Yellow and orange fruits and vegetables such as carrot, pumpkin, pear, orange, tangerine, pineapple, mango, and banana.
They contain beta-carotene a vitamin A provitamin which aids vision, circulation, strengthens the immune system and plays a big role in cancer prevention. Yellow and orange foods also slow the process of aging and protect the skin from harmful rays as well as helps to prevent wrinkle formation.

Green fruits and vegetables such as cabbage, lettuce, broccoli, spinach and leafy greens, kiwi, green apples, peas, green beans.
They contain lutein which aids vision, strengthen the bones, prevents cancers, destroys bacteria and cleans the blood.

White foods such as garlic, onion, cauliflower, and mushroom.
They have anti-inflammatory, allergy reducing and cancer-preventing properties.

Make your diet colorful and make your body healthy 

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