Today I chose to get even more serious about finding multiple reasons and excuses to consume large amounts of yellow nature in my "eat color" focus. My habit for some time includes adding slices of citrus, lemon, lime, & orange to water, smoothies or lightly squeezing over menu items.
I had run across the idea that pineapple may knock out side effects of arthritis such as painful joint inflammation. That sounded really great so I was spurred to find out even more benefits originating from pineapple fields of Costa Rica.
Science has documented many reasons to indulge in Pineapple as it is loaded with Vitamin C, strengthens your bones & connective tissues with plenty of manganese.
In addition to being rich in vitamins, it brings enzymes & antioxidants close while boosting the immune system, and these days we are all looking to boost personal immunities. Pineapples promote healthy digestion with its fiber & water content...may even ward off indigestion.
Delicious & sweet with only 74 calories per cup of pineapple chunks with juice dripping down your cheeks makes it even better.
Yellow is the color focus, so think tropical while making time to color your world. Slowing it down from the frantic pace, inhale deeply, while yellow pineapple evokes sunny, cheery feelings, warm & delicious. I discovered sometime back that sunshine became my favorite accessory, all part of the atmosphere to relax, and chill out for a time.
The delicious smoothie shown blends health and wellness into natures bounty, avocado, acai, chai seeds, apple, banana, blueberries, pineapple, hibiscus tea, cucumber, ginger, nuts & coconut water blended easily with a small Ninja. Your body loves each and every ingredient bringing health and vitality to your day.
Sending out cheers from your RFA Real Food Advocate, MEG sharing from Fort Lauderdale Florida. The humidity is rising today, it is time to go on that energizing bike ride before the rain clouds burst.
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