In fruits and vegetables, purple is often a sign of nutrients called anthocyanins. Your body doesn't need them to work, but they do help protect your cells from damage that can lead to illness and disease. And that's on top of any other health benefits you'll get from eating these foods. When thinking purple, think plums, grapes, beets, as well as, purple carrots, potatoes and cabbage.
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