Variety of food and nutrition

 

 

It is important to always diversify your diet, ie always Do not eat one kind of food. Each of staple foods have their own characteristicsNotable Nutrients: Pantothenic acid, Potassium, Manganese, Copper, B6

Dried figs and fresh figs are a great source of fiber. Unlike many other foods, figs have a near perfect balance of soluble and insoluble fiber. Figs are associated with lower blood pressure and protection against macular degeneration, in addition to the benefits of the fiber. Even if you don’t like dried figs, fresh figs are delicious and can be enjoyed on top of cereals, salads, and even stuffed with goat cheese and honey for a special dessert.Total Dietary Fiber: 8.6 grams per cooked cup; majority insoluble fiber

Notable Nutrients: Vitamin C, Vitamin K, B6, Thiamin, Manganese, Folate, Vitamin A, Protein

The humble green pea is packed with fiber, and powerful antioxidants, anti-inflammatory properties and phytonutrients that support wellness. Frozen peas are available year round, making them ideal to incorporate into your diet. Lightly steam peas and add to soups, and salads. They add a gentle sweetness, while providing nearly 100% of your daily-recommended Vitamin C, and over 25% of Thiamin and Folate. (Recommended photo: raw in pod)

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