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These Are Healthiest Vegetables You Can Eat, According to a Nutritionist

Delish Logo By Jaclyn London, MS, RD, CDN of Delish | Slide 1 of 15: Fom leafy greens to cruciferous veggies, vegetables are a gift from nature. Filled with immune-boosting antioxidants, fiber, B-vitamins and minerals, vegetables can make a big impact on your health. In fact, countless studies have linked the benefits of increased veggie intake to decreased risk of chronic disease, including heart disease, diabetes and certain cancers. While all vegetables are good for you, this is a list of our favorite healthiest vegetables. We encourage you to use this list as guide to create healthy meals and snacks you can enjoy throughout the day. But don't just stick to one. Feel free to choose a variety of veggies to bulk up your meals with nutritious flavor. And if you're unable to fresh produces in your area, frozen is a great option that you can cook by steaming, grilling, sautéing or roasting. Need some inspo? Check out delicious carrot recipes, spinach dishes and new ways to eat tomatoes.

Fom leafy greens to cruciferous veggies, vegetables are a gift from nature. Filled with immune-boosting antioxidants, fiber, B-vitamins and minerals, vegetables can make a big impact on your health. In fact, countless studies have linked the benefits of increased veggie intake to decreased risk of chronic disease, including heart disease, diabetes and certain cancers.

While all vegetables are good for you, this is a list of our favorite healthiest vegetables. We encourage you to use this list as guide to create healthy meals and snacks you can enjoy throughout the day. But don't just stick to one. Feel free to choose a variety of veggies to bulk up your meals with nutritious flavor. And if you're unable to fresh produces in your area, frozen is a great option that you can cook by steaming, grilling, sautéing or roasting. Need some inspo? Check out delicious carrot recipes, spinach dishes and new ways to eat tomatoes.

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