When it comes to monitoring health, many people associate the color red with alarm–a warning sign from the body that’s something’s amiss. But when it comes to healthy eating, red can be an outstanding choice! The pigments that give red foods (blue and purple edibles, too) their nutritious properties are called anthocyanins–and they’re well known as antioxidants.
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