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Dark-coloured purple foods are slowly popping up every where - on menus and in streets. This is predicted to be the biggest food trend of 2017. Watch out for it.
The purple colour comes from anthocyanins which is a type of antioxidant. This antioxidant helps in enhancing the nutrient profile of purple foods. They are known to protect your heart health, fight cancer and give a great boost of energy.
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Purple cabbage is full of fiber and ideal for those who are trying to watch their weight.
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Plums help in the absorption of iron and Vitamin C in the body which strengthens the immune system.
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The unique colour of these carrots is due to the healthy phytochemical constituents. Low in calories and high in fiber - purple carrots are perfect for your winter salad.
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Purple cauliflower contains a compound called glucoraphanin that can be converted to compounds with anticancer properties when they enter your body.
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Beetroot is a known superfood and blood purifier but are you eating enough?
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Acai berries are packed with antioxidants, fiber and heart-healthy fats. In fact, they have more antioxidants than other commonly eaten berries.
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