so i know that you're supposed to eat a variety of coloured fruits (and veggies), but does it count for like, red and green grapes, or apples? or is a grape a grape no matter what colour it is?Answer Question
Answer by Anonymous at 1:56 AM on Oct. 23, 2008
yes it matters - you need a full color spectrum for proper nutrients/minerals/vitamins. Fruits and veggies share the same n/m/v's based on color - dark skinned fruits & veggies share the same n/m/v's as dark skinned veggies & the same with light colored - as long as you eat full color spectrum and vine ripened produce, & eat at least 10 servings a day, you are getting what your body needs. For proper n/m/v's the produce should be organic - organic produce is vine ripened. if not vine ripened the produce is not getting the full amount of n/m/v's because it is ripening on a shelf or in transit. you can contact me for more info if you like, I have done a lot of research on this subject.
Answer by AndreaRUJuiced at 2:45 AM on Oct. 23, 2008
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