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Taste The Rainbow: What Different Colored Foods Do For Our Bodies

Taste The Rainbow: What Different Colored Foods Do For Our Bodies


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Red

Red foods are certainly not hard to find. All red fruits and vegetables contain strong antioxidants, which help prevent heart disease and some cancers. Cherries are high in fiber and strawberries are high in vitamin C, which helps strengthen your immune system.

Photo by Sean Koetting

Orange

Orange is associated with joy and represents creativity and encouragement. The vibrant color stimulates appetite and is often associated with healthy foods in general; the color is the same name as a fruit! Containing an important nutrient, beta-carotene, orange foods are especially good for your skin, eyes and heart.

Photo by Sean Koetting

Yellow

Almost a given, yellow is linked to happiness, joy and cheerful feelings. Yellow foods are known to help improve digestion and promote brain function. Star fruit isn’t very common, but it has great health benefits that promote immunity and bone health. Pineapples will be in season this summer and are a great way to boost your vitamin C intake, while bananas are loaded with potassium and electrolytes and are the perfect hangover food.

Photo by Sean Koetting

Green

Green is the universal color for nature and is associated with freshness and health. From cucumbers and spinach to kale and asparagus, if you like any vegetable, you probably like something green. Leafy greens are rich in minerals, nutrients and disease fighting phytochemicals. They are also high in fiber, a key component in digestion and weight maintenance. Try varying the greens you put on your plate because the options are practically endless. Don’t like vegetables? Kiwi is a delicious green fruit that will help keep you heart-healthy.

Photo by Sean Koetting

Blue

Blue foods are definitely the least common. This is because blue is actually an appetite suppressant. It makes us less hungry and diminishes the appeal of food. A lot of diet plans encourage eating food on blue plates simply because you won’t eat as much. Blue’s one claim to fame: blueberries. They’re the ultimate brain food. (See Study Snacks for Success)

Photo by Sean Koetting

Purple

Scientists have proven that the darker the food, the more antioxidants it contains. This makes purple foods healing and protecting for our bodies. Specifically, purple foods can prevent ulcers, kill cancer cells and decrease liver damage caused by alcohol. Go for eggplant, purple onion or grapes to give your body some of the protection it needs.

Photo by Sean Koetting

With summer right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to try colorful fruits and veggies that are in season.

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Skittles Pride Packs celebrate one colored rainbow

While you can taste the Skittles rainbow, the vibrant colors of that candy are looking quite different. In honor of Pride month, those colorful candies have gone colorless in this limited edition offering. In a way, all the colors are just one rainbow.

Recently announced, Skittles is releasing special packages of colorless candies in honor of Pride Month. These packages supports the #OneRainbow initiative. In addition to be a visual conversation starter, they are a charity fundraiser.

While the rainbow hues might be gone, the flavors remain the same. Each bag will have the classic flavors of strawberry, orange, grape, green apple and lemon.

While the elimination of the rainbow might have people doing a double take, the reason behind this one rainbow is a reason to buy an extra bag. In addition to celebrating Pride Month, purchases will benefit GLAAD.

When one of these one rainbow, colorless candy bags are purchased in June, $1 will be donated to GLAAD. Up to $100,000 will be donated to the organization.

Hank Izzo, Vice President of Marketing, Mars Wrigley U.S. said, &ldquoWe believe that giving up our rainbow means so much more than just removing the colors from our Skittles packs and we&rsquore excited to do our part in making a difference for the LGBTQ+ community through our partnership with GLAAD, not only in June, but all year long.&rdquo

Skittles Pride Packs, photo provided by Skittles


Skittles Pride Packs celebrate one colored rainbow

While you can taste the Skittles rainbow, the vibrant colors of that candy are looking quite different. In honor of Pride month, those colorful candies have gone colorless in this limited edition offering. In a way, all the colors are just one rainbow.

Recently announced, Skittles is releasing special packages of colorless candies in honor of Pride Month. These packages supports the #OneRainbow initiative. In addition to be a visual conversation starter, they are a charity fundraiser.

While the rainbow hues might be gone, the flavors remain the same. Each bag will have the classic flavors of strawberry, orange, grape, green apple and lemon.

While the elimination of the rainbow might have people doing a double take, the reason behind this one rainbow is a reason to buy an extra bag. In addition to celebrating Pride Month, purchases will benefit GLAAD.

When one of these one rainbow, colorless candy bags are purchased in June, $1 will be donated to GLAAD. Up to $100,000 will be donated to the organization.

Hank Izzo, Vice President of Marketing, Mars Wrigley U.S. said, &ldquoWe believe that giving up our rainbow means so much more than just removing the colors from our Skittles packs and we&rsquore excited to do our part in making a difference for the LGBTQ+ community through our partnership with GLAAD, not only in June, but all year long.&rdquo

Skittles Pride Packs, photo provided by Skittles


Skittles Pride Packs celebrate one colored rainbow

While you can taste the Skittles rainbow, the vibrant colors of that candy are looking quite different. In honor of Pride month, those colorful candies have gone colorless in this limited edition offering. In a way, all the colors are just one rainbow.

Recently announced, Skittles is releasing special packages of colorless candies in honor of Pride Month. These packages supports the #OneRainbow initiative. In addition to be a visual conversation starter, they are a charity fundraiser.

While the rainbow hues might be gone, the flavors remain the same. Each bag will have the classic flavors of strawberry, orange, grape, green apple and lemon.

While the elimination of the rainbow might have people doing a double take, the reason behind this one rainbow is a reason to buy an extra bag. In addition to celebrating Pride Month, purchases will benefit GLAAD.

When one of these one rainbow, colorless candy bags are purchased in June, $1 will be donated to GLAAD. Up to $100,000 will be donated to the organization.

Hank Izzo, Vice President of Marketing, Mars Wrigley U.S. said, &ldquoWe believe that giving up our rainbow means so much more than just removing the colors from our Skittles packs and we&rsquore excited to do our part in making a difference for the LGBTQ+ community through our partnership with GLAAD, not only in June, but all year long.&rdquo

Skittles Pride Packs, photo provided by Skittles


Skittles Pride Packs celebrate one colored rainbow

While you can taste the Skittles rainbow, the vibrant colors of that candy are looking quite different. In honor of Pride month, those colorful candies have gone colorless in this limited edition offering. In a way, all the colors are just one rainbow.

Recently announced, Skittles is releasing special packages of colorless candies in honor of Pride Month. These packages supports the #OneRainbow initiative. In addition to be a visual conversation starter, they are a charity fundraiser.

While the rainbow hues might be gone, the flavors remain the same. Each bag will have the classic flavors of strawberry, orange, grape, green apple and lemon.

While the elimination of the rainbow might have people doing a double take, the reason behind this one rainbow is a reason to buy an extra bag. In addition to celebrating Pride Month, purchases will benefit GLAAD.

When one of these one rainbow, colorless candy bags are purchased in June, $1 will be donated to GLAAD. Up to $100,000 will be donated to the organization.

Hank Izzo, Vice President of Marketing, Mars Wrigley U.S. said, &ldquoWe believe that giving up our rainbow means so much more than just removing the colors from our Skittles packs and we&rsquore excited to do our part in making a difference for the LGBTQ+ community through our partnership with GLAAD, not only in June, but all year long.&rdquo

Skittles Pride Packs, photo provided by Skittles


Skittles Pride Packs celebrate one colored rainbow

While you can taste the Skittles rainbow, the vibrant colors of that candy are looking quite different. In honor of Pride month, those colorful candies have gone colorless in this limited edition offering. In a way, all the colors are just one rainbow.

Recently announced, Skittles is releasing special packages of colorless candies in honor of Pride Month. These packages supports the #OneRainbow initiative. In addition to be a visual conversation starter, they are a charity fundraiser.

While the rainbow hues might be gone, the flavors remain the same. Each bag will have the classic flavors of strawberry, orange, grape, green apple and lemon.

While the elimination of the rainbow might have people doing a double take, the reason behind this one rainbow is a reason to buy an extra bag. In addition to celebrating Pride Month, purchases will benefit GLAAD.

When one of these one rainbow, colorless candy bags are purchased in June, $1 will be donated to GLAAD. Up to $100,000 will be donated to the organization.

Hank Izzo, Vice President of Marketing, Mars Wrigley U.S. said, &ldquoWe believe that giving up our rainbow means so much more than just removing the colors from our Skittles packs and we&rsquore excited to do our part in making a difference for the LGBTQ+ community through our partnership with GLAAD, not only in June, but all year long.&rdquo

Skittles Pride Packs, photo provided by Skittles


Skittles Pride Packs celebrate one colored rainbow

While you can taste the Skittles rainbow, the vibrant colors of that candy are looking quite different. In honor of Pride month, those colorful candies have gone colorless in this limited edition offering. In a way, all the colors are just one rainbow.

Recently announced, Skittles is releasing special packages of colorless candies in honor of Pride Month. These packages supports the #OneRainbow initiative. In addition to be a visual conversation starter, they are a charity fundraiser.

While the rainbow hues might be gone, the flavors remain the same. Each bag will have the classic flavors of strawberry, orange, grape, green apple and lemon.

While the elimination of the rainbow might have people doing a double take, the reason behind this one rainbow is a reason to buy an extra bag. In addition to celebrating Pride Month, purchases will benefit GLAAD.

When one of these one rainbow, colorless candy bags are purchased in June, $1 will be donated to GLAAD. Up to $100,000 will be donated to the organization.

Hank Izzo, Vice President of Marketing, Mars Wrigley U.S. said, &ldquoWe believe that giving up our rainbow means so much more than just removing the colors from our Skittles packs and we&rsquore excited to do our part in making a difference for the LGBTQ+ community through our partnership with GLAAD, not only in June, but all year long.&rdquo

Skittles Pride Packs, photo provided by Skittles


Skittles Pride Packs celebrate one colored rainbow

While you can taste the Skittles rainbow, the vibrant colors of that candy are looking quite different. In honor of Pride month, those colorful candies have gone colorless in this limited edition offering. In a way, all the colors are just one rainbow.

Recently announced, Skittles is releasing special packages of colorless candies in honor of Pride Month. These packages supports the #OneRainbow initiative. In addition to be a visual conversation starter, they are a charity fundraiser.

While the rainbow hues might be gone, the flavors remain the same. Each bag will have the classic flavors of strawberry, orange, grape, green apple and lemon.

While the elimination of the rainbow might have people doing a double take, the reason behind this one rainbow is a reason to buy an extra bag. In addition to celebrating Pride Month, purchases will benefit GLAAD.

When one of these one rainbow, colorless candy bags are purchased in June, $1 will be donated to GLAAD. Up to $100,000 will be donated to the organization.

Hank Izzo, Vice President of Marketing, Mars Wrigley U.S. said, &ldquoWe believe that giving up our rainbow means so much more than just removing the colors from our Skittles packs and we&rsquore excited to do our part in making a difference for the LGBTQ+ community through our partnership with GLAAD, not only in June, but all year long.&rdquo

Skittles Pride Packs, photo provided by Skittles


Skittles Pride Packs celebrate one colored rainbow

While you can taste the Skittles rainbow, the vibrant colors of that candy are looking quite different. In honor of Pride month, those colorful candies have gone colorless in this limited edition offering. In a way, all the colors are just one rainbow.

Recently announced, Skittles is releasing special packages of colorless candies in honor of Pride Month. These packages supports the #OneRainbow initiative. In addition to be a visual conversation starter, they are a charity fundraiser.

While the rainbow hues might be gone, the flavors remain the same. Each bag will have the classic flavors of strawberry, orange, grape, green apple and lemon.

While the elimination of the rainbow might have people doing a double take, the reason behind this one rainbow is a reason to buy an extra bag. In addition to celebrating Pride Month, purchases will benefit GLAAD.

When one of these one rainbow, colorless candy bags are purchased in June, $1 will be donated to GLAAD. Up to $100,000 will be donated to the organization.

Hank Izzo, Vice President of Marketing, Mars Wrigley U.S. said, &ldquoWe believe that giving up our rainbow means so much more than just removing the colors from our Skittles packs and we&rsquore excited to do our part in making a difference for the LGBTQ+ community through our partnership with GLAAD, not only in June, but all year long.&rdquo

Skittles Pride Packs, photo provided by Skittles


Skittles Pride Packs celebrate one colored rainbow

While you can taste the Skittles rainbow, the vibrant colors of that candy are looking quite different. In honor of Pride month, those colorful candies have gone colorless in this limited edition offering. In a way, all the colors are just one rainbow.

Recently announced, Skittles is releasing special packages of colorless candies in honor of Pride Month. These packages supports the #OneRainbow initiative. In addition to be a visual conversation starter, they are a charity fundraiser.

While the rainbow hues might be gone, the flavors remain the same. Each bag will have the classic flavors of strawberry, orange, grape, green apple and lemon.

While the elimination of the rainbow might have people doing a double take, the reason behind this one rainbow is a reason to buy an extra bag. In addition to celebrating Pride Month, purchases will benefit GLAAD.

When one of these one rainbow, colorless candy bags are purchased in June, $1 will be donated to GLAAD. Up to $100,000 will be donated to the organization.

Hank Izzo, Vice President of Marketing, Mars Wrigley U.S. said, &ldquoWe believe that giving up our rainbow means so much more than just removing the colors from our Skittles packs and we&rsquore excited to do our part in making a difference for the LGBTQ+ community through our partnership with GLAAD, not only in June, but all year long.&rdquo

Skittles Pride Packs, photo provided by Skittles


Skittles Pride Packs celebrate one colored rainbow

While you can taste the Skittles rainbow, the vibrant colors of that candy are looking quite different. In honor of Pride month, those colorful candies have gone colorless in this limited edition offering. In a way, all the colors are just one rainbow.

Recently announced, Skittles is releasing special packages of colorless candies in honor of Pride Month. These packages supports the #OneRainbow initiative. In addition to be a visual conversation starter, they are a charity fundraiser.

While the rainbow hues might be gone, the flavors remain the same. Each bag will have the classic flavors of strawberry, orange, grape, green apple and lemon.

While the elimination of the rainbow might have people doing a double take, the reason behind this one rainbow is a reason to buy an extra bag. In addition to celebrating Pride Month, purchases will benefit GLAAD.

When one of these one rainbow, colorless candy bags are purchased in June, $1 will be donated to GLAAD. Up to $100,000 will be donated to the organization.

Hank Izzo, Vice President of Marketing, Mars Wrigley U.S. said, &ldquoWe believe that giving up our rainbow means so much more than just removing the colors from our Skittles packs and we&rsquore excited to do our part in making a difference for the LGBTQ+ community through our partnership with GLAAD, not only in June, but all year long.&rdquo

Skittles Pride Packs, photo provided by Skittles


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