Eat Your Way Through The Rainbow

The Rainbow consists of the most beautiful natural array of vibrant colours coming alive after the rainfall.

Rainbow Food

Rainbow Food

Rainbow of Food

Likewise in terms of food, we are inundated with the rainbow spectrum of colourful healthy foods all around us. But do we actually even notice the abundance of food, let alone indulge in the healthy range?

Here is just a small selection from a variety of foods available in the colour of the rainbow. You can introduce them slowly into your diet if you are not already consuming them that is.

In these foods, the health rewards for your body are endless. So indulge in the colourful delight that nature has to offer to your heart’s content.

Here’s a compilation of websites which present the array of rainbow foods. Pick and enjoy the vast spread of beautifully coloured food.

Red Foods:

Food in this colour spectrum: tomatoes, bell peppers, cherries, apples

Orange Foods:

Food in this colour spectrum: carrots, oranges, sweet potatoes, pumpkins

Yellow Foods: – yellow foods

Food in this colour spectrum: sweetcorn, yellow peppers, bananas, cauliflower

Green Foods:

Food in this colour spectrum: Kiwi, Broccoli, Spinach, Peas

Blue, Indigo and Violet Foods:

Food in this colour spectrum: blueberries, aubergines, purple potatoes,

The following websites offer foods in the full colourful range of the rainbow:


Colour Wheel of Fruits and Vegetables:

For those of you who enjoy colour in food that is not quite healthy – just a little naughty but nice:

I hope you have enjoyed this compilation and it has encouraged you to indulge in the beauty of all this splendid variety of food. These choices will help to keep your body fit and healthy.

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