Frugal Fitness: Don't Be Color-Blind
by Greg Landry, M.S. Exercise Physiologist
In general, the more brightly colored a fruit or vegetable is, the more vitamins and phytonutrients it contains. Also, raw fruits and vegetables usually contain more health- supporting enzymes than cooked ones. When in doubt, go for bright and raw!
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