‘Eat the Rainbow’: What it Means and Why it Matters

Now more than ever it’s becoming important to eat a variety of foods in each color of the spectrum–foods that have naturally distinctive colors, not ones that have been dyed after food processing stripped them of their hues. It’s more than a question of an aesthetically pleasing plate or a nostalgic childhood throwback: as Emily Cardiff explains, it’s of vital importance to health and well-being. And note: this is not about eating more skittles or fruit loops!

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