What lovely....peaches you have there!
Color is an indicator of the unique health benefits provided by different fruits and vegetables. As a rule, you want to eat 3 or more different colored fruits and vegetables daily. Eating them raw is ideal but not always easy to do. I ate a bunch of raw kale last week and I'd be lying if I said I really enjoyed it. But I'm sure my insides did!
Here is a nice article that breaks down the benefits attached to different colors:
My recipe for mango salsa
Lots of color and a delicious way to get some raw veggies. It works over any kind of meat, over salad, rice (stay away from that white crap!), with chips and as a condiment on all kinds of burgers and dogs.
3 yellow and red tomatoes (organic recommended)
1/2 large mango
1 small sweet pepper chopped (organic recommended)
2 jalapenos chopped
1 small shallot chopped
1 lime squeezed
cilantro, chopped garlic, cayenne pepper, salt to taste
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