Are you eating well this winter?
In addition to the mood-elevating, doctor-approved vitamin D supplement you might be taking, consider the following ingredients for your good health:
Versatile. High in antioxidants and fiber. More kid-friendly than the long-revered Brussels sprout. Could broccoli get any more appealing? (Possibly—but hear me out.) Whether you throw fresh broccoli into a risotto, mix it into a stir-fry, or steam it as a healthy side, this is a vegetable you won’t want to miss.
We’re not talking about the processed stuff! If you opt for coarse oats over “quick” alternatives, you’ll be getting plenty of soluble fiber. This can not only help to reduce cholesterol, but keep you fuller longer throughout the day. Try your oats with milk, a dash of honey, and a sprinkle of cinnamon!
This vibrant vegetable—another winter favorite—is chock full of the antioxidant beta-carotene. Eat your carrots raw with natural peanut butter or hummus to maintain this veggie’s vitamins—or lightly steam them or sauté them in olive oil to mix things up. A reminder that carrots are good for your vision!
We’ve said it once, and we’ll say it again: fiber! Nearly three grams per kiwi, to be precise. Not only that, but this refreshing fruit is packed with vitamin C—with a single kiwi fruit fulfilling your entire daily requirement. An added bonus is that like carrots, kiwi is rich in beta-carotene.
Ready to add these winter superfoods to your grocery list? Give them a try if you aren’t already cooking with them, and let us know what you think. Cheers!
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