Four Winter Super Foods

In winter we all crave meals that stick to our ribs, but that doesn't mean they have to stick to our waistlines, too. Here are four in-season, nutrient-rich vegetables that will help you start the new year right, along with some healthy recipes for inspiration. CABBAGE

Cabbage is an excellent source of vitamins K and C and also contains antioxidants and other nutrients that have been shown to help prevent certain cancers, boost heart health, and aid in immunity and digestion.

CARROTS

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Carrots are best known for their high concentration of beta-carotene, an antioxidant that is converted to vitamin A in the body. Plus, they're great sources of vitamin C, calcium, and fiber and are lauded for their potential cancer-fighting, immune system–boosting, vision-enhancing, and blood sugar–regulating benefits.

ONIONS

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