Foods of the Future

Wondering what your dinner plate will look like in 10, 20 or 30 years, or even sooner? Some things will remain the same: The earth will still be round and the sky will still be blue. But your food might just be a little different. These healthy foods are loaded with vitamins and nutrients, so be on the lookout for them in the (not-so-far-off) future!

Rainbow Veggies

Rainbow Veggies
Did you know that carrots aren’t just orange, but purple and red, too? Brightly colored vegetables are linked to many health benefits, from protecting your heart and memory to keeping you looking young!
\r\nPurple carrots have the same benefits of regular carrots, like supporting eye health, but they can also boost your memory and heart health. Red carrots contain lycopene, an antioxidant that gives it its red color, and also helps support a healthy immune system.\r\n

\r\nPurple cauliflower carries a powerful health punch: Just one cup contains over 99% of your daily recommended vitamin C! Orange cauliflower also has an added health benefit because it contains 25% more vitamin A than white cauliflower. \r\n

\r\nLastly, purple corn kernels contain a high quantity of anthocyanins which can help reduce cancer risk – and they can be eaten raw unlike regular corn kernels.

Is This the Key to Ultimate Hydration?

See how electrolytes work in your body.

Is This the Key to Ultimate Hydration?

Whether you're trying to stay hydrated for your workout routine or rehabilitation, recovery and hydration is so important to keeping your body performing like it should. So how do you make sure that happens? You need electrolytes — the minerals that give electrical power to your body. What the video below to see how they get to work inside your body and how you seamlessly add them to your day.

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