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    That Vegetable Nutrient List

    March 18, 2024

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    Vegetables are not only delicious but also provide the vitamins and minerals that our body needs.

    Eating a variety of vegetables along with fruits, seeds, and nuts will help you ensure you are getting a balance of vitamins and minerals.

    Wonder which vegetables are nutrient-rich and delicious? Here is a list for you!1,2

    1. Spinach: High in vitamins A, B, and K, calcium, iron, magnesium, folate, and antioxidants.
    2. Carrots: Rich in vitamin A, beta carotene, potassium, fiber, antioxidants, vitamin K, and essential amino acids.
    3. Sweet Potatoes: Good source of vitamin A (from beta carotene), vitamin C, fiber, potassium, B vitamins, and essential amino acids.
    4. Broccoli: Contains fiber, vitamins A, C, and K, calcium, potassium, and iron, with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
    5. Kale: Offers vitamins K, C, A, and B6, folate, manganese, fiber, and carotenoids.
    6. Green Peas: Provide vitamins A, C, K, and B, along with fiber and protein.
    7. Tomatoes: High in vitamin C, potassium, fiber, and lycopene.
    8. Brussels Sprouts: Good source of fiber, vitamin C, vitamin K, folate, and potassium.
    9. Bell Peppers: Rich in vitamin C, various antioxidants, and fiber.
    10. Onions: Offer vitamin C, B vitamins, and potassium.
    11. Garlic: Known for its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects, provides antioxidants.
    12. Swiss Chard: Contains vitamins A, C, and K, magnesium, potassium, iron, and fiber.
    13. Beets: Good source of fiber, folate, iron, and potassium.
    14. Asparagus: Provides fiber, folate, vitamins A, C, E, and K, and chromium.
    15. Alfalfa Sprouts: High in vitamin K, and vitamin C, and a good source of phytoestrogens.
    16. Collard Greens: Rich in vitamins A, C, and K, folate, and calcium.
    17. Cauliflower: Offers vitamins C, K, and B6, folate, pantothenic acid, and fiber.
    18. Red Cabbage: High in vitamin C, fiber, anthocyanins, and potassium.
    19. Seaweed: Contains iodine, vitamin C, manganese, vitamin B2, and fiber.
    20. Fermented Vegetables: Good for gut health, and provide probiotics, vitamins, and enzymes.

    Of course, there are many other vegetables that are full of nutrients. And, preparation and cooking can affect nutrients but you can still use this as a nutrition guide.

    Get your vegetable fix in our meals, snacks, sides, and desserts! We also have our popular produce boxes, a juicing box, and a vegetable box which contain plenty of vegetables.

    Concerned about your vegetable intake and you are an NDIS participant? No problem! Garden of Vegan works with the NDIS program too.

    Garden of Vegan's customers, including NDIS participants, can rest assured that our organic meals, produce, and pantry items are 100% organic and nutritious! And, NDIS participants only pay for the food cost component of the meals they order. NDIS participants and NDIS plan managers can learn more about Garden of Vegan NDIS plans and healthy meal delivery by filling out our NDIS form and we'll contact you as soon as possible.

    We want people to be healthy! We are continually changing our menus and expanding our nutrition information online! Join our Newsletter and read our blog.

    Stay up to date with Garden of Vegan and you can enjoy health information and facts 100% free. And, you can also learn about the latest Garden of Vegan news, new meals, discounts, and more!

    Additional health information from Garden of Vegan

    Garden of Vegan Vitamin Guide:
    Learn more about healthy foods and how you can increase your vitamin intake with healthy meals, sides, sauces, desserts, and pantry items at the Garden of Vegan Vitamin Guide.

    1. What are the most healthful vegetables? - MedicalNewsToday
    2. What Are the Healthiest Vegetables? - verywellhealth