9 Antioxidant-Rich Vegetables You Should Be Eating

Are artichokes a good choice? Why do spinach and kale make it onto every list? Red cabbage anyone? We’ll be talking about all of these AND more…

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1. Artichoke
If there’s one veggie I’d recommend you eat forever, it’s artichoke. This interesting veggie is bursting with nutrition. Lots of it. So much, that artichoke has the highest amount of antioxidants than any other vegetable.

2. Red Cabbage
Let’s get real, red cabbage looks exotic and beautiful. Adding it to your pasta, salads, and noodles makes them all the more appealing. Both in aesthetics and in taste! I’m ready to audition for Masterchef every time I plate spaghetti, topped with red cabbage, peppers and parsley!

3. Spinach
Green leafy veggies have to be on this list. Aren’t they like the holy grail of nutrition? You will find them on the recommendation list in almost every nutritious food video. But have you thought why?

4. Beetroots
Here’s another antioxidant-rich veggie you should be eating daily. You can find them easily at the local farmer’s market as well as the grocery store. The fresher the beet, the better its quality.

5. Kale
Kale is a sturdy veggie that offers a generous amount of antioxidants. It comes in green and red color. You should get more of the red version if you’re trying to up your antioxidant intake. Red ones have a higher amount of this healthy compound. It has a strong antioxidant effect on your body.

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