Like many children of the '70s, Mindy Greenberg grew up with pink hearts, yellow moons, orange stars and green clovers.
"Our pantry was full of beautiful colors — sugar cereal, Pop-Tarts and Cheetos," she said.
Beyond the plethora of processed foods, the family had a grapefruit tree in the yard, from which they'd pluck part of their breakfast. That tree planted the seeds that salvaged Greenberg's health when, 20 years later as a mom of three children, she was diagnosed with fibromyalgia. Popping pills to combat the aches and malaise, she still felt sluggish.
"I had a vicious inflammation process going on in my body," she said.