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Vegetables You Should Be Eating This Winter

Winter is here, and it’s time to fill your kitchen with winter vegetables that are beneficial to your health, but also taste great! Colder weather brings produce that is rich in nutrients and flavor and can be added to any dish to boost flavor and keep you healthy this winter. The following vegetables are just some of the choices you can insert into your diet this winter.


Spinach is one of the most versatile vegetables to eat this winter. Not only is it rich in many essential vitamins, but it also has large amounts of iron which is necessary for healthy red blood cells in your body. Spinach helps prevent cancer and helps relieve chronic abdominal distress. The leafy vegetable is considered a superfood and is perfect for salads, smoothies or added to any side dish.


This power food contains all the vital vitamins and nutrients while helping you maintain a healthy heart. Carrots are beneficial for sight, and they prevent night blindness. Carrots are also loaded with beta carotene which is then converted to vitamin A. Carrots are best when roasted or eaten in their natural state, and they are the perfect side dish to accompany steak or chicken.

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes are specifically a winter vegetable. They are rich in fiber, beta-carotene, and antioxidants and offer consumers several health benefits as well. Sweet potatoes are low in glycemic index and keep you fuller longer because they have high fiber content. Sweet potatoes contain magnesium which can help reduce an individual's stress level. They can be diced and mashed for mashed sweet potatoes or roasted in the oven and served whole.

White Radish

Packed with potassium, sodium, vitamin C and magnesium, white radishes are known for their low-calorie count. Radishes can be tossed into a salad or used in fillings and are universal in how they can be prepared. White radishes help reduce symptoms of the flu and coronary heart disease.


Healthiest when eaten raw, cabbage is the perfect addition to your winter salads. Cabbage is a close cousin of other healthy winter vegetables like cauliflower, Brussel sprouts, and broccoli. This leafy green is rich in fiber, antioxidants and is loaded with vitamins and minerals.

Whether you are planning on eating them in their natural state, raw, or adding them to any side dish, these vegetables are the perfect addition to your winter meals.

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