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Kiwi: A Great Source of Phytonutrients

Tired of apples, pears, and other fall fruits? Slice open a kiwi. This fuzzy piece of produce is packed with heart-healthy nutrients like potassium, magnesium, and vitamins C and E. Research shows eating kiwis daily Read More

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Basil

More than just the sum of its pestos, basil also boasts an array of nutritional benefits. A mere 2 teaspoons of the dried herb provide 60 percent of your RDA for vitamin K, which promotes Read More

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Walnuts

Signified by its wrinkly, brain-like appearance, the walnut is not a ground nut, but a tree nut from any tree of the Juglans genus. Raw walnuts contain 15 times more antioxidant properties than vitamin E Read More

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Blueberries

July is National Blueberry Month, so what better time to focus on a berry with one of the highest antioxidant capacities—if not the highest—among all fruit? Native to North America, the blueberry’s antioxidant properties support Read More

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Zucchini

Though it is treated like a vegetable, zucchini is actually the fruit of the zucchini flower. Ripe in late summer, zucchinis are notoriously prolific. When shopping for them, look for smaller, younger zucchini, typically less Read More

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Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes have long been a very tasty November staple, but did you know they are a superfood? One of nature’s best sources of beta-carotene, a single cup provides 438 percent of our daily vitamin Read More

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Oranges

Despite its leathery skin, an orange is actually a type of berry, which helps explain its juicy sweetness and long list of health-promoting nutrients. A medium orange contains 62 calories, 3 grams of fiber, and Read More

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Figs

If your only culinary encounters with this fruit occur when it’s squished inside a Newton, you’re missing out on a healthful treat. Tasty whether fresh, dried, poached, baked, or grilled, figs have a higher percentage Read More

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