The color of health
Colorful fruits and vegetables pack a powerful, healthful punch.
By Sarah Webb, 00:00 AM February 22, 2005
Nature is full of color, from rainbows and roses to butterfly wings and peacock tails. Even the fruits and vegetables you eat often have distinctive colors: intensely blue blueberries, deeply red strawberries, richly green broccoli, vividly orange carrots.
|Brian Prechtel, U.S. Department of Agriculture|
Plants and animals often use color to attract attention. Deep, rich colors also provide another, important benefit for plants. Scientists have shown that the substance...
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