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This is intended as general, rather than individual advice and if you are on medication, or have any pre-existing health issues, you should consult your doctor before making any radical changes to your diet.


HealthPosted by annshaw Wed, June 19, 2013 11:24:01

Foods rich in colour are packed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Antioxidants fight the oxidation process, a chemical reaction that can cause damage to many cells in the body. Oxidative stress and free radical damage to cells can potentially instigate the early stages of cancer and heart disease. Free radical damage can also be linked to cataracts, diabetes, arthritis, alzheimer's disease, kidney disease and macular degeneration.

Make sure your diet is plentiful with all the colours of the rainbow. Vitamins, minerals and antioxidants can provide protection from degenerative diseases, as well as boost your energy levels. Choose foods rich in vitamins 'A' 'C' and 'E', selenium,zinc and manganese, which are antioxidant. Foods grown in organic, unadulterated, pesticised soil have more life-force, particularly if eaten close to being picked. In order to have optimum energy, you need to include fruits and vegetables in vibrant colours that are packed with life-force. These types of foods will nourish your cells and tissues, as opposed to dull, dead, convenience/junk food that provides no vital energy. The more colourful your fruit and vegetables, the healthier you will be.

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