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December 13, 2018

The 25 best winter superfoods

November 28, 2018

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Regardless of its origin, winter offers a bounty of produce, well-deserving of the superfood designation. For example, fennel, broccoli rabe, and grapefruit are plentiful sources of vitamin C; pomegranates, cabbage, and cauliflower possess cancer-fighting compounds; and Brussel sprouts, beets, and parsnips fortify your diet with folate. Expand your culinary world and taste some of the best — and best-for-you — foods winter has to offer.  (This story originally appeared on The Daily Meal.)
(The Daily Meal Staff)




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