Written by Robert J. Matthews
Apples are one of the most famous fruits in the US and are very good for you.
Not only are apples low in calories, but they are also a good source of fiber, vitamin C, potassium, and antioxidants like the flavonoid quercetin.
Arugula is a dark green leafy vegetable that tastes like pepper.
It's often put in salads and has a lot of vitamin K. It also has calcium, potassium, and folate.
Asparagus is a flowering veggie that comes in white, purple, and green types.
Asparagus of all kinds is good for you because it has many vitamins and minerals, as well as plant chemicals that fight free radicals and inflammation.
Beets are root veggies that come in many bright colors, such as orange and red.
170 grams of cooked beets, which is 1 cup, has 74 calories and gives you 17%.