All fruits and Vegetables are super-loaded with vitamins, minerals, fiber, phytochemicals, and water. Their colors [VIDEO] give us an idea of the vitamins and minerals contained within. Surprisingly, fruits and vegetables of the same color contain the same healthy components. The nutrients contained in fruits and vegetables have a significant impact on our health.

The plant chemical that give these foods their color are known as phytochemicals. This wide array of bright colors provide health [VIDEO] and nutritional benefits for us.

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By aiming to eat produce that is red, blue, and green in color, you will be sure to get all the Health Benefits associated with them such as lowered blood pressure, decreased risk of cancer, and much more.

Here are the incredible health benefits of red, blue, and purple foods.

Red fruits and vegetables

They contain anthocyanin, ellagic acid, lycopene, quercetin, vitamin A, vitamin C, hesperidin, and electrolytes. The nutrients found in them reduce the risk of prostate cancer, support joint tissue related to arthritis, reduce tumor growth, lower blood pressure, lower LDL cholesterol levels, improve memory function, improve skin health, heart health, eye health, urinary tract health, memory function, and scavenge harmful free radicals. Examples are beets, cranberries, cherries, papaya, red chilies, red onions, red pepper, rhubarb, strawberries, red grapes, Radich apples, and guava.

Blue and purple vegetable

The nutrients found in blue fruits and vegetables include anthocyanins, resveratrol, and vitamin C.

These nutrients fight inflammation, boost immune system activity, support eye health, reduce tumor growth, limit the activity of cancer cells, boost immunity, prevent heart diseases, improve calcium and the absorption of other minerals, and improve urinary tract health. Examples include eggplant, cabbage, asparagus, carrots, blackberries, prunes, raisins, blueberries, plums, endive, and prunes.

Green fruits and vegetables

The nutrients contained in green fruits and vegetables include chlorophyll, indole, fiber, sulforaphane, vitamin K, vitamin B, carotenoids, lutein, zeaxanthin, and minerals. These nutrients alkalize the body, oxygenate and detoxify the blood, prevent cataracts and eye disease, prevent osteoporosis, reduce cancer risk, boost immune system activity, lower blood pressure, fight harmful free radicals, lower LDL cholesterol, lower cancer risk, prevent osteoporosis, speed up wound healing, maintain strong bones and teeth, and support retinal health and vision. Examples are artichokes, arugula, avocados, asparagus, celery, green peas, green peppers, kiwifruit, okra, cabbage, cucumbers, watercress, sugar snap peas, honeydew, arugula, chayote squash, zucchini, green grapes, green onions, endive, limes, and leeks.