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1. Collard Greens
Let’s start off by talking about the most obvious choice for nutritionally dense veggies. Collard greens are in the same family as broccoli, cabbage and others. A diet that has the right balance of fruits and vegetables lowers the risk of heart disease, osteoporosis and other chronic conditions.
2. Swiss Chard
Anything green is good for you! Swiss chard is an excellent source for dietary fiber and also has a plethora of vitamins, magnesium, potassium and iron. Tasting somewhat like spinach, this green is gluten free and sugar free.
Watercress is one power packed, nutrient rich green which is usually overlooked. It belongs to the same family as kale, cabbage and brussel sprouts, and adds a delicious spicy hint to any meal.
In recent years, microgreens have gained popularity not just for their looks but also their incredible health benefits. These seedlings of vegetables and herbs that can be grown easily on your windowsill provide some key ingredients needed in your diet.
Who doesn’t love a side of steamed, crispy and nicely seasoned asparagus? Asparagus deserves more recognition than a side dish. This spring veggie is packed to the brim with nutrition and is a natural source for potassium, fiber and protein.