Updated: Oct 18, 2020
Top 7 Superfoods in Season
Broccoli – With loads nutrients including Vitamin C, Vitamin K, and Fiber, steaming up or roasting some broccoli is a quick, healthy side item to any dish.
Cranberries – Providing you nutrients such as Manganese, Vitamin C, and Fiber, Cranberries are often found on the dinner table this time of year. Eat up!
Cabbage – Red cabbage has an astounding amount of Vitamin K -- which helps with regulating blood clotting and transporting calcium in the body, to name a few. You also get an enormous amount of other beneficial vitamins such as Vitamin C and Manganese.
Beets – The rich color of beets comes from betalains. Beets are loaded with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory supporting nutrients. The betalain pigments found in beets aids in the detoxification process, which we all could use some of!
Kale – Packed full of Vitamin K, C, A. Quite possibly the most popular leafy green, it’s also versatile and easily slipped into any recipe or smoothie. Steam it with some fresh garlic, sauté it with some olive oil, make a hearty salad with it.
Radishes – Radishes add a great pop of color to your plate while also acting as a cleanser of toxins for your digestive system. Due to their Vitamin C content, consuming radishes can also help keep your immune system strong this season.
Cucumber – As well as many others listed, cucumbers are quite helpful in providing you antioxidants and anti-inflammatory benefits. These are great to have as a crunchy snack or in salads for a pop of flavor.
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