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Biggest Food Fads of 2018

24/7 Wall St. Logo By Hristina Byrnes and Colman Andrews of 24/7 Wall St. | Slide 2 of 24: When it comes to produce, nutritionists often advise us to "eat the rainbow," because vegetables of different colors offer a different range of nutrients, so the more colorful the plate the better. Purple fruits and vegetables (grapes, figs, cabbage, eggplant, etc.) have been around for a long time, but lately other purple choices have been showing up on menus, among them purple-skinned carrots, purple sweet potatoes, purple broccoli and brussel sprouts, and purple potatoes — which have four times the antioxidants of normal white ones.
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Purple vegetables

When it comes to produce, nutritionists often advise us to "eat the rainbow," because vegetables of different colors offer a different range of nutrients, so the more colorful the plate the better. Purple fruits and vegetables (grapes, figs, cabbage, eggplant, etc.) have been around for a long time, but lately other purple choices have been showing up on menus, among them purple-skinned carrots, purple sweet potatoes, purple broccoli and brussel sprouts, and purple potatoes — which have four times the antioxidants of normal white ones.

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