"Black food is in. And we're not talking about your grandmother's fried chicken or Aunt Sadie's peach cobbler. Instead, it seems that with food, the darker it is, the better it is for you." Alicia Villarosa
Who knew that black foods could get you back into that little black dress! I love black rice blended with wild and mahogany rice, and you can't live in the Southwest without enjoying black beans. Blueberries are a staple for me, as are blackberries in season, and a brick of black tea is a prized commodity in my family. So, the root.com "Food Coloring" article about black foods caught my eye.
The foods on the darker side are packed full of anti-oxidants, and add flavor and nutrients without packing on the calories. Have you tried acai juice, yet? It's delicious, and one of Dr. Perricone's Top 10 Foods. Read the article to find common darker side foods that are easy to integrate into your eating regimen.
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