If you’re a healthy eater, it’s not surprising you might enjoy some of the food around you.
But for others, it can be a challenge to choose between the healthier foods you enjoy, and the more unhealthy ones you’d rather avoid.
If you’d like to know the truth, here are our 10 favourite fruits and vegetables to eat and avoid:1.
The berries: The best for you may be in the fruits you eat, but the ones you avoid are often the ones that contain toxins.
So choose a healthy variety of berries to add to your diet.
For example, you can buy a variety of the purple and green varieties of blueberries, and try to avoid the ones with the poisonous compound, anthracnose.2.
The avocado: The fruit contains lots of antioxidants, including vitamin E. However, many people find the avocado’s mild taste makes it difficult to enjoy.
The same goes for the other fruit you might eat.
It’s also a great source of protein.3.
The pumpkin: The pumpkin is a source of fiber, vitamins A, C and E and magnesium.
The flesh is high in protein and can help you lose weight.4.
The spinach: There are many varieties of spinach, and they are great for those who have celiac disease.
There are also varieties that are high in potassium and folate.
You can get spinach at farmers markets or supermarkets, but you may have to be extra vigilant if you are planning to eat the spinach at a restaurant.5.
The broccoli: If you are an omnivore, you probably won’t find the broccoli to be a healthful choice.
Its high in calories and sodium, and its high fat content means it can cause constipation.6.
The kale: The kale is a good source of vitamin E, as well as containing an anti-inflammatory substance called vitamin E 2.
But the leaves are high-sodium, and many people feel that it can make them feel bloated.7.
The eggplant: A high-fiber plant that can be cooked, eaten raw or cooked in a sauce, it also contains calcium, potassium and other nutrients.
The plant also contains vitamin C, magnesium, iron and manganese.8.
The sweet potato: It contains fiber, protein and is rich in calcium, vitamins B6 and C, vitamin E and vitamin B12.
However it is high-calorie and low in fiber.9.
The banana: If eaten raw, bananas contain many of the same nutrients as other fruits and can be eaten as an alternative to other fruit, or for its oil and skins.
It is a great option for those with celiac diseases or eating a low-fat diet.10.
The blackberry: It’s a sweet-tasting fruit that can help balance your appetite and may be a good choice if you have Celiac Disease.
You may find it hard to tolerate the strong tartness it may have on your teeth, but it can also help with digestion.