This green treat is packed full of protein to make you a better athlete.
This green leaf is not only edible and delicious, but the iron in it gives you energy and strength.
Black Eyed Peas
Black eyed peas grow in a pod and are high in calcium for strong bones. Who knew?
Broccoli- this bright green veggie looks like a flower, but it's better because you can eat it!
Black beans are high in protein, which makes them a great substitute for meat. And the fiber is an added bonus!
Bright colored and naturally sweet, the vitamin A in this squash helps fight cancer.
Carrots- Crunchy and fun to eat, this veggie grows under the ground and the vitamin A helps prevent pimples.
Cauliflower looks like broccoli, but only white. The folate in cauliflower gives you brain power!
Cabbage comes in beautiful green and purple varieties. The vitamin A in this veggie will help you see the bright colors!
Celery is crispy, refreshing, and contains vitamin C to help prevent colds.
Chickpeas don’t look like a pea at all! This white bean is bigger than a pea and full of iron to make you grow big and strong.
Cucumber looks like a veggie, but is actually a fruit. Add it to a salad for a refreshing treat.
Green Leaf Lettuce
Green leaf lettuce can be used as a wrap, instead of a tortilla! Try it by making our Green Leaf Wrap with Vegetable Rice Noodles.
Jicama is a root vegetable that looks like an onion, but is much sweeter. It’s got potassium to make you heal quickly, like a super hero!
Kale is a beautiful winter leafy green. Did you know that it crisps up like a chip when baked? Try making our Cinnamon Baked Kale Chips.
Kidney Beans are dark red and the main ingredient in chili. Vitamin B1 in the kidney bean gives you a good memory to help you ace all your tests.
Parsley- This leafy green makes an excellent Parsley Lemon Pesto. And the folate helps with quick thinking.
Parsnips - Like a carrot, only white and even sweeter! These root veggies are full of fiber!
Pumpkins are known for displaying our favorite jack-o-lanterns. But, did you know they have potassium for a healthy heart?
Romaine lettuce has very long leaves, which are perfect for holding dips and other veggies. Rich in Vitamin C, romaine helps to prevent sickness.
Snap peas grow in a pod and are fun to peel and eat. They have vitamin K to keep your heart strong and happy!
String beans grow together in a pod. They contain the special ingredient manganese to keep your energy high all day.
Spinach is rich in calcium, like a glass of milk. Eaten cooked or raw, it’s delicious and nutritious!
Sweet potatoes have a bright orange inside and are naturally sweet. Not only are they delicious, but sweet potatoes have Vitamin B6 to enhance your mood and keep you happy all day!
Zucchini looks like a cucumber, but they prefer to be cooked. Try our Zucchini Quesadilla recipe!
Tomatoes- bright red and juicy, the tomato is actually a fruit! Take a bit into one like an apple, and keep your tummy happy with fiber.