Good for you ... BROCCOLINI
An excellent source of vitamin C, one of the vitamins that contributes to the body’s immune function.
A good source of beta carotene, which the body converts to vitamin A. This vitamin is necessary for the structure and function of our skin and also for normal vision.
Provides folate, one the B vitamins needed for normal blood as well as growth and development in children.
A good source of dietary fibre, which is important for maintaining the function of the intestine.
These delicious toasts are great for breakfast or an afterschool snack.
Good for you ... AVOCADOS
Avocados are one of the few fruits that contain fat, but it's in the form of unsaturated fat.
A source of vitamin E, a vitamin that helps protect cells from damage due to free radicals.
A good source of vitamin C and also a source of folate (a B vitamin). Both these vitamins contribute to the normal functioning of the body’s immune system.
Provides the B vitamins niacin (B3) and biotin, which both contribute to normal production of energy in the body.
Good for you ... CELERY
A source of vitamin C, one of the vitamins that contributes to a healthy immune system.
Provides potassium, which may help balance the effects of sodium from salt.
The distinctive fresh smell of celery comes from compounds called phthalides.
Good for you ... CAULIFLOWER
A source of dietary fibre which helps normal functions of the intestine to help keep us regular.
A good source of vitamin K which is one of the many nutrients contributing to normal bone structure.
An excellent source of vitamin C, with 100g supplying well over a full day's requirement. This vitamin contributes to the normal immune function.
A source of folate, a B vitamin that is important for normal blood cells.
Good for you ... RHUBARB
A source of dietary fibre which helps keep the normal function of the intestine.
Provides vitamin C, which contributes to the normal functioning of the body’s immune system.
A source of potassium which may help balance the effects of sodium from salt.