Sweet Potatoes: This vegetable is packed with carotenoids and is a reasonable source of vitamin C, potassium, and fiber.
Mangoes: Just a cup of mango provides 100 percent of the recommended daily intake for vitamin C, 1/3 of the recommended daily intake for vitamin A, with a great amount of potassium and fiber.
Unsweetened Greek Yogurt: Because the yogurt is strained it is left with twice as much protein than other yogurts, roughly 18 grams in 6 ounces.
Broccoli: Contains a high amount of vitamin C, vitamin K, folate, and carotenoids.
Wild Salmon: This fish contains omega-3 fatty acids, which may help reduce the risk of heart attacks and has less PCB contaminants than farmed salmon.
Crispbreads: Great sources of fiber and often fat-free.
Garbanzo Beans: Beans in general are rich in protein, fiber, iron, magnesium, potassium, and zinc. Garbanzo beans stand out because they are so versatile.
Watermelon: A 2 cup serving has 1/3 of a day’s vitamin A and C, add in potassium and lycopene and you have a healthy treat for only 85 fat-free and salt-free calories.
Butternut Squash: This veggie is a great way to get some fiber, vitamins A and C into your diet.
Leafy Greens: Are loaded with vitamins A, C, and K, folate, potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, lutein, and fiber.
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