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We’ve all been told to eat our greens, but a healthy diet con­sists of fruits and veg­eta­bles of all col­ors, each of­fer­ing unique health ben­e­fits. Hav­ing a sim­ple recipe that brings a burst of color to your plate can be an easy way to main­tain a healthy diet, and Danielle Ran­court’s rain­bow salsa is a ver­sa­tile op­tion as a snack or a side. “Make sure to aim for at least three dif­fer­ent col­ors on your plate,” said Ran­court, a di­eti­tian with EXOS Per­for­mance. “For ex­am­ple, pur­ple fruits and veg­eta­bles pro­mote good blood flow, yel­low ones aid with di­ges­tion and op­ti­mize brain func­tion while green ones help re­ju­ve­nate mus­cu­la­ture and bone.” – JARED CLIN­TON


2 medium-ripe av­o­ca­dos, diced 1 heap­ing cup pineap­ple, diced 1 fresh mango, diced ½ cup red onion, finely chopped ½ cup pur­ple cab­bage, thinly sliced 1 small jalapeno pep­per, seeded, finely chopped 2-3 tbsp fresh ci­lantro, finely chopped 1 large lime, freshly squeezed 1 tbsp olive oil Salt and pep­per to taste


Com­bine all in­gre­di­ents in a large mix­ing bowl. Add salt and pep­per to taste. Pre­pare recipe just prior to serv­ing. En­joy as a side dish, pair with whole grain tor­tilla chips or crack­ers or en­joy over a bed of fresh greens.

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