This fall fruit classic has a favorable reputation since it's full of fiber, which aids digestion. Quercetin and antioxidants destroy cancer cells.
One pear provides one-quarter of our daily fiber needs. Anthocyanin-rich foods, such pears, lessen diabetes risk.
Sweet potatoes, a strong source of vitamin A and iron, help reduce inflammation, which can lead to chronic disease. To increase your fiber intake, eat the skin.
The fresh food itself contains satisfying fiber as well as beta-carotene. Try roasted, puréed, canned, or fresh pumpkins.
Carrot's white relative, slightly sweeter. This crunchy root veggie has four grams of fiber, as well as vitamin C and copper.
Beet nitrates can reduce blood pressure and help you recover from an exercise so you can sweat it out again the next day.
This luscious fruit is abundant in anti-free radical polyphenols, folate, and vitamin C. The seeds or arils can lower blood pressure and improve post-workout recovery.
This low-calorie, high-fiber food will help you lose weight. One cup of florets has 100% of your daily vitamin C, plus vitamins A, B6, and potassium.
They are rich in cancer-fighting antioxidants, fiber, and vitamins, including vitamin C to enhance immunity and vitamin K to promote bone health and blood clotting.