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Non-GMO Purple Tomatoes Fight Disease?

Indigo-Rose-6x9Mom always said “eat your vegetables” to stay healthy – and now we know she was more right than she realized.

A new wave of all-natural purple vegetables are the craze among organic and heirloom gardeners, and for a good reason: They’re loaded with disease-fighting antioxidants called “anthocyanins,” and they’re the subject of this week’s Off The Grid Radio.

Aaron Whaley, a farmer and seed expert, tells us about these “Indigo” vegetables, spotlighting the Indigo Rose tomato.

These non-GMO, open-pollinated tomatoes are purple on the outside, red on the inside and even more delicious than the tomatoes grandma grew. They feature the same type of antioxidants found in blueberries.

Whaley tells us:

  • How to grow Indigo Rose tomatoes.
  • What other Ingido vegetables are available.
  • Where you can purchase them.

This spring, try planting something new that has the added benefit of being healthier!

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