Coconuts
Coconuts

Coconuts Coconuts are loaded with fiber and powerful fatty acids called medium-chain triglycerides

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Walnut
Walnut

Walnuts Walnuts are highly nutritious and loaded with fiber and various vitamins and minerals.

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Broccoli
Broccoli

Broccoli is a cruciferous vegetable that tastes great both raw and cooked. It’s an excellent source of fiber and vitamins C and K and contains a decent amount of protein compared with other vegetables.

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Carrots
Carrots

Carrots Carrots are a popular root vegetable. They are extremely crunchy and loaded with nutrients like fiber and vitamin K.

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Cauliflower
Cauliflower

Cauliflower is a very versatile cruciferous vegetable. It can be used to make a multitude of healthy dishes — and also tastes good on its own.

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Cucumber
Cucumber

Cucumbers are one of the world’s most popular vegetables. They’re very low in both carbs and calories, consisting mostly of water. However, they contain a number of nutrients in small amounts, including vitamin K.

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Garlic
Garlic

Garlic is incredibly healthy. It contains bioactive organosulfur compounds that have powerful biological effects, including improved immune function

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Tomatoes
Tomatoes

Tomatoes are usually categorized as a vegetable, although they are technically a fruit. They are tasty and loaded with nutrients like potassium and vitamin C.

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Onions
Onions

Onions have a very strong flavor and are very popular in many recipes. They contain a number of bioactive compounds believed to have health benefits.

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