Features July 2018 Issue

How a Colorful Diet Can Help You Prevent Heart Disease

Fight heart disease by eating fruits and vegetables in many colors.

How a Colorful Diet Can Help You Prevent Heart Disease

At the center of this battle is oxygen, which combines with the food we eat to produce energy—a good thing. However, the metabolic process also creates dangerous byproducts known as oxygen free radicals.

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