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  • Nora Rubinoff

    It's very important to eat as many colors as possible to keep your diet balanced. "Eat the Rainbow" - via Whole Living. http://www.wholeliving.com/173430/eat-rainbow#

  • Sheila Terry

    Cool idea: Eat your reds! Get more lycopene (tomatoes, watermelon, pink grapefruit), capsaicin (chile peppers), and resveratrol (red wine, red grapes) into your diet, wholeliving.com

  • Katia Alves

    Red fruits and veggies. Put some color in your diet!

  • Milan

    Browse Whole Living's Eat the Rainbow collection. Also find healthy breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner & dessert recipes, plus heart healthy food & weight loss recipe ideas at WholeLiving.com.

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