Fruits and veggies with certain colours have certain nutritional properties. Red for example is great for a healthy heart and greens can boost our immune system
Therefore often comes the saying “eating the rainbow” to get the full nutritional spectrum into our diet. But do we have to mix all colours in one meal to be sufficiently nourished? 🤔
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Eating a lot of different foods in just one dish can be very challenging for our digestive system, taking up much more energy. Therefore it’s better to keep meals simple and strive to eat a variety of colours in the course of a day or a week instead of trying to fit them all into one meal.
And to get the produce with the highest nutritional value, as a rule of thumb you can go for the bell pepper with the most intense red colour, for the darkest kale or the greenest of all zucchini.
What colour of foods could you eat more of in your daily meals?
Have a colourful day, everyone! Anais