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

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.

It’s The Fault In our Stares’ that we only eat those foods which seem to be pleasant to eyes. 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.

Red fruits and veggies

The long list makes up the Red fruits and veggies.

Veggies constitute

  • Tomatoes
  • beetroot
  • red peppers
  • kidney beans
  • onions
  • potatoes
  • radishes
  • red rice
  • red quinoa

Fruits are

  • watermelon
  • strawberries
  • raspberries
  • apples
  • cranberries
  • cherries
  • grapes
  • plums
  • pomegranate

These are a handful of the list to gives you an idea about the Red color food and vegetables keep your heart strong and healthy.

Health benefits of these foods


Green is good, but don’t skip the rest of the 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.

Read more about The Seven Day Color Diet – Eat The Rainbow

  1. Red
  2. Yellow
  3. Blue
  4. White
  5. Green

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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Dr Bushra

Gynaecologist by profession~~Food ,Health,lifestyle,Freelance Blogger~~social media influencer~~writer at heart~~Email for collaboration

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