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Recent research from the World cancer Fund and Better Health Foundation has divided natural food into colour groups and also harnessed the power of colour in its 'Five a day, the colour Way' campaign whereby people are encouraged to make sure they eat at least one food of each of the five colour groups each day.Studies show that the colours of fruit and vegetables indicate their individual health-promoting benefits. So we can view the colour of plants and natural food as nature's own labelling system.Analysis of pigments reveals that colourful fruit and vegetables are not just visually appetising, but positively good for you because each colour is related to a different phyto-chemical that has particular health benefits. It is the colour pigments that are the real super nutrients and these are as important to our health as vitamins and minerals.
Stay away from any food that is processed.Brightly coloured fruits and vegetables are a rich source of antioxidants,