The Seven Day Color Diet – Eat The Rainbow – Blue #BarAThon

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We all are health conscious and always heard of eating Green leafy vegetables and fruits. But did you ever wonder that Blue, violet orange, yellow etc colors of food also exist? Yes, it does, when it comes to eating healthy functional foods are grouped together on the basis of color know as Eat The Rainbow. Throughout this week we are going to discuss The Seven Day Color Diet and guide to Eat The Rainbow.

Though many fruits and veggies look boring and you’ve never eaten before. This doesn’t deficit their health benefits. Alway remember that though Life of Pie is small but not tiny to benefit you. Eat the rainbow helps you grow strong and provides the essential nutrients to the body. So, it becomes necessary, especially for kids to eat a lot of colors of fruits and veggies every day.

Blue/ Indigo / Violet fruits and veggies

The long list makes up the Blue/ Indigo/Violet fruits and veggies.

Blue/ Indigo / Violet Veggies constitutes

The Seven Day Color Diet - Eat The Rainbow - BLUE

  • Purple broccoli
  • Aubergine/Eggplant
  • Purple potatoes
  • Cabbage
  • Onions
  • Kale
  • Black Olives
  • Purple Carrots
  • Purple Asparagus

Blue/ Indigo / Violet Fruits are

The Seven Day Color Diet - Eat The Rainbow - BLUE

  • Blackberries
  • Blueberries
  • Blackcurrants
  • Purple Figs
  • Purple grapes
  • Plums
  • Prunes
  • Raisins

Health benefits of Blue/ Indigo/Violet fruits and veggies

Blue/ Indigo/Violet fruits and veggies keep memory sharp. These foods rich in antioxidant which have great anti-inflammatory and anti-carcinogenic property. It lowers the risk of cardiovascular diseases, obesity, and diabetes. This antioxidant also has anti-ageing properties keeps skin young and healthy. These color foods are rich in Flavonoids which are beneficial to our health because they regulate of the proper functioning of brain and blood flow in our body. Overall Blue/ Indigo/Violet fruits and veggies boost up our health as a whole.

Takeaway

Green is good, but don’t skip the rest of colors from your diet.  These brighter, yummy fruits and veggies have significant nutritional value and health benefits waiting to be unlocked and enjoyed by your taste buds.


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Disclaimer: Any facts used in this post are purely meant for education purpose only and not to be substituted for professional medical advice

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34 Replies to “The Seven Day Color Diet – Eat The Rainbow – Blue #BarAThon”

  1. I totally love this color.
    Thank you for sharing the health facts 🙂

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  2. I was wondering what you would find for blue (especially for vegetables)… but you’ve outdone yourself. This is a wonderful list. Again, saving for future reference.

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  3. Purple is good for the clothes and the body too 🙂

    Good post!

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  4. kalpana solsi says: Reply

    I feel that a person first eats with her eyes . the colourful food i.e. veggies or salad is appetizing and healthy. i start my food with raw colourful salads.

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  5. That’s a great informative post! Didn’t know there were so many indigo veggies and fruits!

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  6. Very informative! I’ve been trying to incorporate more fruits and veggies in my diet. With so many healthy benefits, who wouldn’t?!

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  7. shanayatales says: Reply

    Unfortunately I don’t eat anything from this color group. I should definitely work on it. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

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  8. Your rainbow food series is really amazing and helpful ❤

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  9. Love the list of blue fruits for sure and packed with antioxidants .
    In fact blue gets skipped quite often… There are a few non native veggies in here as well … But they can easily be consumed through the fruits and onions or red cabbage that is easily available now in India
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  10. I love blueberries..

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  11. Wow! I have never heard of purple potatoes. Hard to incorporate this on a regular basis but certainly doable. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. That is quite an informative and well explained post. Good to try!

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  13. I like the information you share… ❤️

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  14. starringstuff says: Reply

    Are blueberries healthy?

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  15. Informative post. Very well written!

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  16. wow very helpful post thanks for sharing with us

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