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Colorful fruits and vegetables are as nutritious as they are delicious. You shouldn’t eat monochromatic: like a rainbow, your diet should include a bright variety of colors.
Dieting shouldn't rhyme with suffering. Think of the color diet: each color class offers its own unique set of phytochemicals. Eating a variety of greens and berries can supply the body with over 20,000 different phytochemicals
Feeling slow in the mornings? Chromotherapy helps you feel better: brown is the real protagonist with wholemeal toast, honey and coffee.
Fruit is rich in alkalizing elements. According to a research by the European Institute of Oncology, red fruit, in particular, are high in lycopene, a powerful antioxidant that protects the skin.
So make sure you eat plenty of apples, berries and grapes along with tomatoes.
Green foods, on the other hand, like spinach, kale and zucchini, offer a high level of heart-loving potassium. Starting your lunch with a salad or spinach helps create a barrier to the toxins of the most harmful foods and stimulates the liver to work better: a real detox effect!
The colors associated with a fast supply of energy are yellow and orange of the orange juice: so make sure you add some pineapple or orange juice to your breakfast menu!
All blue and purple vegetables such as cabbage (but also blueberries!) are rich in anthocyanins and flavonoids, which protect the body from oxidation waste.
Try to eat more fish than cheese, so as to favor the right amount of omega 3. In this sense, oily fish, such as sardines, cod as well as mackerel and salmon are perfect.