Need an excuse to shake up your humdrum salad routine? Here's one: variety is good for you. And the best way to get variety is by eating a colorful range of produce.
Fruits and vegetables get their bold pigments from phytochemicals — micronutrients that occur naturally in plants. Lindsay Yau, a registered dietitian and wellness education specialist with Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Centers, shares her tips on how to eat the rainbow.
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