Source of Vitamin A to help maintain healthy vision. Can also help reduce fat and bile in the liver.
Also a good source of fibre.
Source of iron to help support normal function of the circulatory system, boost the immune system and reduce fatigue
Source of Vitamin B9, important for amino acid and nucleotide metabolism (converts food into fuel)
Source of dietary fibre (helps normalise gastrointestinal tract time) and potassium (helps nerve and muscle function)
Source of Vitamin B3, regulates digestion, eases arthritis, boosts brain function and may help lower cholesterol
Source of Vitamin C essential for growth, development and repair of all body tissues. Maintains cartilage, bones and teeth
Source of iron (see green beans)
Good source of calcium to help maintain healthy bones and teeth
Source of folate, converts carbohydrates into energy. Very important during pregnancy, infancy and adolescence as helps support cellular growth
Source of Vitamin B3 (see courgette)
Good source of iron and folate. May help lower blood pressure, boost exercise performance and prevent dementia
Good source of Vitamin C, and B vitamins as well as folate. Helps digest food, boosts the immune system and benefits the circulatory system
Rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Low calorie food which can also boost the immune system and promote heart and skin health