Beets, carrots, parsnips, yams and more! Do you love root vegetables? Whether you want to roast, sauté or juice them, these vegetables are delicious and full of nutrients. They get their name because they tend to grow underground where they soak up nutrients from the soil.
These disease-fighting and energy boosting roots come with a high dose of antioxidants, vitamins, fiber and more. They also tend to be low in calories while high in slow-burning carbohydrates that help fill you up and energize you throughout the day.
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If you don't have time to make juice, you're traveling or just need a quick healthy lunch, bottled cold-pressed juices are a great option. But it's not easy to tell which choice is best. Here’s how to quickly pick the bottled juice that’s right for you.
It's your choice, and both options taste great: Go for either peaches or pears in this creamy juice.
"Ugly" or imperfect produce is budget friendly and can help reduce food waste.
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Local, seasonal produce tastes delicious, and also has a high concentration of vital micronutrients. Here are the five best vegetables to throw on the grill before the end of summertime.