Fruit and Vegetable Color Chart
Eating 5 to 9 servings of fruits and vegetables each day may help reduce
your risk of cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and other conditions associated
with aging. Depending on their color, some fruits and vegetables help
us in different ways. Healthy eating and regular exercise are a winning
combination for a long and vigorous life!
Red grapes, cherries, tomatoes, radishes, beets, peppers, raspberries,
strawberries, red-skin apples, cranberries, pink grapefruit
Red protects your heart and memory and against some cancers.
Asparagus, peas, spinach, avocados, green grapes, kiwi, limes, cabbage,
green beans, celery, peppers, zucchini, green apples, honeydew melon,
broccoli, Romaine lettuce
Green fruits and vegetables protect our eyes from cataracts, build
strong bones and teeth, and protect you from some cancers.
Raisins, blackberries, blue potatoes, eggplant, peppers, blueberries,
dried plums, purple/black grapes
Purple-blue helps you with memory, protects against some cancers, and
helps you to age gracefully.
Potatoes, garlic, white peaches or nectarines, bananas, cauliflower,
mushrooms, onions, turnips
White fruits and vegetables help you have a healthy heart and avoid
Carrots, corn, cantaloupe, yellow-skin apples, oranges, peaches, pineapples,
mangos, lemons, tangerines, pumpkin, peppers, sweet potatoes, apricots,
grapefruit, papayas, yellow pears, butternut squash
Yellow-orange promotes a healthy heart and immune system and reduces
the risk of some cancers.