Ask the Experts: Bell Pepper Colors; Protein in Nuts; Potatoes & Blood Sugar

Find out if there are any difference in nutritional benefits depending on the color of a bell pepper.

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Q: My local supermarket sells bell peppers in four different colors—green, red, yellow and orange. Do the different colors of peppers have different nutritional benefits?

A: Elizabeth J. Johnson, PhD, a

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