Carrots are a sweet treat for anyone adding more vegetables to their meal plan. They are noted for being high in vitamin A and an antioxidant called beta carotene which is known to help your eyes. Try them with a low calorie dip like hummus or in your favorite salad.
They’re not just for holidays anymore. Though they are known for their positive impact on urinary tract infections, cranberries are also full of phytonutrients that help fight the risk of heart disease, maintain good cholesterol, and lower high blood pressure. Fresh cranberries are best but only last about a week in the fridge. For your best bet, freeze them when they are in season and enjoy them all year as a healthy frozen snack.