The World's 9 Healthiest Vegetables


The list of vegetables with the highest nutrients per serving is headed by this lush green.


Carrots are a great source of vitamin A, providing 119% of the daily value in just one cup (128 grams).


Sulforaphane, a byproduct of the sulfur-containing plant component glucosinolate, is abundant in broccoli


For thousands of years, people have utilised garlic as a medicine. Allicin, its primary active ingredient, has been demonstrated to benefit heart and blood sugar health.

Brussels sprouts

Another antioxidant found in Brussels sprouts called kaempferol may be particularly useful in reducing cell damage.


Kale is well known for its high nutrient density and antioxidant levels, similar to other leafy greens.


 Peas, green

As a starchy vegetable, peas have more calories and carbs than non-starchy vegetables and, when consumed in high quantities, may have an adverse effect on blood sugar levels.

Swiss chard

Swiss chard is high in many necessary vitamins and minerals yet low in calories.


Beets are a colourful, adaptable root vegetable that have relatively few calories per serving and are high in fibre, folate, and manganese.

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