Color Through Food And Diet

Caroline Todd

Color Through Food And Diet

The easiest way to bring color to your life is through the food you eat. You can choose the color that suits your palette, or you can eat fruits and vegetables to keep you healthy. Try to have a balanced diet with a variety of foods. You don't want too many colors to be enough for another. The color of the food fascinates us and when we eat them we get all the nutrients and healing properties of the color. When you go shopping, look at the groceries and see what catches the eye first.

 

  • For Red foods:  Radishes, Cherries, Beets, Tomatoes, Strawberries, Watermelon, Cabbage, Meat, Onions, Grapefruit, Apples, Grapes, Pomegranate, and Peppers, 
  • For Yellow Foods:  Bananas, Beans, Apricots, Butter or Margarine, Corn, Lemons, Melon, Onion, Persimmons, Squash, Apples, Onions, and Yolks of eggs
  • For Blue Foods:  Plums, Eggplant, Grapes, Raisins, Prunes, Dates
  • For Orange Foods:  Carrots, Pumpkins, Carrots, Yams, Rutabagas, Peaches, Oranges, Tangerines, Kumquats, and Papaya
  • For Green Foods:  Lettuce, Spinach, Beans, Kale, Cabbage, Celery, Peas, Lima Beans, Collard greens, Turnip Greens, Zucchini, Apples, Onions, and Broccoli

 

This was just a short list of foods to choose from to get the amount of color each day. Take this list to the store, strike through the list you chose this week, and try another list next week. Move the list down and mix the colors. Let's see how long it takes to see the entire list. Let your family join you and teach you how to eat properly when your children are young. That way, the children will continue until they grow up.

 

Why not try: Body Consciousness Enhancement Of Food Absorption Reiki