The Healthiest Vegetables in the World

Here’s one area where many are actually ‘confused’ with its facts. Food. Remember coffee, or even poor eggplants? One day, scientists said it’s consumption is not good for this and that — then the next morning, it’s in fact good for here and there. Then again, after a while — it’s really not recommended for those after maximizing.. ahhrrggg!! Yet that’s how science is.

But ‘worse’, it’s made even more complicated by various write ups. You know, everyone then seemed to have their own choices; yes of course, they have facts to back it up but this one is more on one’s ‘favorite’ vegetable kinda fact. See?

Let’s look at some of the lists..

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Best Vegetables from NaturalON
Healthiest Vegetables from Happy House and Garden
Healthiest Vegetables from Happy House and Garden
Fruits and Vegetables Ranked by Nutrition by The Daily Meal
Fruits and Vegetables Ranked by Nutrition by The Daily Meal
Healthy Vegetables by Common Sense Health
Healthy Vegetables (sample) by Common Sense Health

Well, the one by Common Sense Health is a slide actually, that’s why you only see vegetable number 2 which is carrots. Then again, even without really getting full facts, a guideline of ‘green leafy and bright or deep-colored vegetables’ should be enough to tell you that it is..

Healthy. That if it has consistently made the list, it is ‘healthy’.

While there are indeed some vegetables that are more nutritious than others, if there’s a key fact here — it should be ‘availability’.

Like in the Philippines, it’s horseradish, or malunggay! Okay..

More so, these vegetables should not be pervaded by pesticides or fertilizers. Nor should there be any hint of GMO. Then and only then could we really say that the veggie is healthy. Is there such today??

Hopefully.. In our backyards.

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