9 Veggies and Fruits to Keep on Your Shopping List (Infographic)
Date posted: August 11, 2014
Watercress, Chinese cabbage and Swiss chard dominated favorites like kale, tomatoes and berries in a new study on nutrient density. Eating low-calorie, nutrient-dense veggies raw can help you lose weight if you don’t like vegetables.
But for a healthier diet, dietitians recommend a variety of veggies and fruit. Each has different nutrients. When combined, they’ll help you meet 100% of your daily nutrient needs. Here are our top picks for veggies and fruit — and why we like them.