A common sense trick for eating healthy? Eat colorful foods! Think about it: what do many unhealthy foods like potato chips, white bread and fried, well, anything have in common? They tend to be a blah beige hue. The more colors in your diet, the likelier it is that you're getting all the nutrients you need. (And we're talking about naturally colorful foods, by the way -- Pop Rocks don't count!) Below, we've highlighted five foods rich in color and nutrients, along with 15 corresponding recipes for delicious dinner ideas like Chicken Tagine with Pomegranates and Fig and Goat Cheese Paninis.
Eat Your Colors! Smart Ways To Brighten Up Your Diet