Fresh pineapples add sweetness and tartness to smoothies, salads, and kebabs. The delectable fruit contains vitamin C, manganese, copper, B vitamins, and fiber.
This seasonal staple has vitamin C, fiber, potassium, antioxidants, and flavonoids. Berry smoothies, cereal, porridge, and salads are fantastic with fresh or frozen berries.
Vitamin C and soluble fiber in lemons provide freshness and richness to everything they touch. Squeeze fresh lemon on fish and pasta or add to water.
This staple has potassium, B6, folate, and fiber. Add a banana to your smoothie or slice it and make oatmeal, cereal, and peanut butter toast.
Rhubarb is a fruit-like vegetable, hence its placement. Bonci says rhubarb's sour taste balances pineapple and berry sweetness and contains nitrates, anthocyanins, and fiber. Outstanding stewed rhubarb treats.
Peas provide protein, polyphenols, magnesium, potassium, and sweetness, therefore Bonci prefers them fresh, tinned, or frozen. She recommends eating them alone, pureed in soup, or mixed with other veggies.
Asparagus is high in fiber, folate, and vitamin K. Salt and pepper the versatile vegetable in the oven for a quick side dish with meat or fish.
Spinach is low in calories and high in vitamins A, C, K, folic acid, potassium, and eye-healthy zeaxanthin.
This crisp, inexpensive vegetable has beta carotene, fiber, and potassium. Orange carrots are great, but yellow, purple, and white work too.
Try numerous mushroom kinds to choose your favorite. Bonci says mushrooms are rich in fiber, B vitamins, potassium, vitamin D, and immune-boosting elements.