Winter Squash

Winter squash contains carotenoids, vitamin C, polysaccharide fibers, potassium, and magnesium.

Brussels Sprouts

If you don’t want to get your omega-3 fatty acids from fish, seeds, or nuts, try adding Brussels sprouts to your diet. Brussels sprouts are rich in antioxidants to help reduce inflammation.


Eggplants are high in fiber which helps with digestion and helps to lower blood sugar. Fiber slows the rate of digestion and sugar absorption to help keep blood sugar levels steady and prevent spikes and crashes.

Bell Peppers

Bell peppers have more Vitamin C than citrus fruit. Vitamin C is important to keep your immune system healthy and fight illness.


​One medium pear is low in calories but packed full of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and water. Nutrient dense food like pears usually keep us feeling full faster and longer​. Reach for a pear as your next healthy snack!

Sweet Potato

Many people have asked “Which is better for you – white potatoes or sweet potatoes?” Both off nutritional benefits when prepared in a healthy way.


Cucumbers grow from a flowering plant belonging to the pumpkin family. There are many varieties available year-round, but may taste best in summer.



Juicing is a great way to get more NUTRITION into your diet, especially if you don’t eat enough whole fruits and vegetables or have a need for increased nutrients.