Food Facts

Nutritional Information on healthy foods

Apricots

Although dried apricots are a fun and convenient snack, you may be wondering if their sugar content is too high to be considered a healthy snack. But apricots provide several nutrients and health benefits whether eaten fresh or dried.

Broccoli

Broccoli is a cruciferous vegetable that belongs to the Brassica genus of plants. It’s a type of flower and has a thick, central stalk with grayish-green leaves and green florets (there are some purple varieties). It is versatile and easy to find in most grocery stores.

Grapes

The bountiful beauty of grapes is not only appealing to the eye, but to the palate as well. Known as the key ingredient for making wine, grapes come in all different shapes, colors, and sizes, and have flavors ranging from sweet to sour.

Blueberries

Blueberries are the all-purpose berry: They’re reasonably priced, beautifully colored, delicious, and ideal for eating by themselves as a snack or in cereal, smoothies, salads, muffins, or pies. They are known as a superfood because they are highly nutritious, containing lots of powerful antioxidants.

Strawberries

The strawberry is a beautifully sweet, aromatic, fiber-rich fruit packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Strawberries are one of the most well-liked fruits on the market, with a naturally delicious flavor and lots of health benefits to offer.

Cauliflower

With the rise of low-carb, ketogenic, and Paleo diets, cauliflower has become increasingly popular. This veggie is versatile, non-starchy, and contains a lot of fiber and other beneficial nutrients.

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