What you get from these colors

When it comes to eating veggies, more is better! The health benefits of eating a wide variety of fruits and vegetables are endless plus the fact that they help lower the risk of many diseases including type 2 diabetes. Adding veggies in your dishes will give you a sense of fullness and help keep your brain function sharp.

Here's a list of what you can benefit from these colorful vegetables. GREEN vegetables like spinach, green pepper, asparagus, broccoli, peas and green peas promote eye health and strong bones. They also help reduce risk of breast and colon cancers.

pepper, red onion, radicchio, grape tomatoes and red cabbage can help improve heart health and sharpen memory. Like the green ones, they also help lower risk of some cancers and promote urinary tract health.

I'm sure you already know that the ORANGE varieties are good for your eyes. But they're not just good for that, carrots and sweet potatoes boost heart health and aid the immune system. Men who love eating them are less likely to have prostate cancer.

Mommy's Little Corner


I think you would enjoy the post on my site regarding vitamins and minerals. What they do for you and where you get them. I'm really glad to see someone else promoting the befits of foods.
Thank you
Jackie said…
Once again just what the DR. told me. If it's bright then bite..LOl!!

happy weekend Liza:-)))
Anonymous said…
I love to eat by the colors. So much fun :)

By the way, you have some awards over at Confessions of a Baltimore Housewife. Come on by and pick them up.
gLoR!e said…
i like to eat vegetable but selected!:( no wonder i easily get sick!:(
More motivation to reach for these healthy foods instead of my beloved sugary sweets!
riablahgs said…
hi mommy liza,

thanks for passing by. this is very informative.

btw, i can't open the link of your hubby, the one you placed on my comment. bakit kaya?
Kim Eastlick said…
Great info. The prettier the colors the healthier the food. Great way to get kids to eat vegies is by promoting the pretty colors to them.
Enchie said…
Thanks again! A person once told me that you won't get any nutrients from cabbage and bell peppers. And I thought, it's impossible that they don't contain anything, and they're one of my favorites. Thanks Ms. Liza. Now I know.
Anonymous said…
Best way is to eat veggies of all colors!
Good blog post!
great info mommy liza =)

they say the brighter the color of the vegetable, the healthier it is!
lubna said…
grate info