Phytonutrients are natural chemicals found in fruits and vegetables. They are responsible for different functions of the plant and also give rise to their colour. For example, the green in vegetables originates from the chlorophyll in it. Modern studies show that not only vitamins are essential for humans to stay healthy, phytonutrients also play a big part. We have created our recipes around the 5 main colours of phytonutrients: green, yellow, orange, red and purple, so that you have a wide variety of healthy nutrients to choose from. Each phytonutrient has its own special abilities, which one is for you?

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Increases vitamin A count which keeps your eyes healthy and your immune system strong. Boosts antioxidants.

which food high in beta-carotene?

 

carrot, pumpkin, sweet potato,

butternut, cantaloupe, apricots 

 

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Helps cleanse the body from toxics and leftover waste. Reduces constipation, body odour and craving for food.

which food is high in chlorophyll?

spinach, kale, parsley, dill, coriander,

peas, asparagus, broccoli, wheatgress

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Reduces inflammation and helps prevent vascular and heart diseases. Boosts antioxidants.

which food is high in flavonoid?

pineapple, lemon, orange, lime, 

mango, papaya, onions

 

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Improves eyesight and reduces eye fatigue. Boosts antioxidants.

which food is high in anthocyanin?

 

blackberry, blueberry, raspberry, cherry, cranberry,

black currant, red currant, plum, grapes, black rice 

 

 

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Protects skin from the sun and helps prevent vascular and heart diseases. Boosts antioxidants.

which food is high in lycopene?

tomoto, sweet red pepper, grapefruit

red cabbage, pink guava, watermelon

 

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