Envío rápido a más de 80 países en todo el mundo, incluyendo México Servicio al Cliente: +52 55-5350-8728 Lunes - Viernes: 7 AM CDT - 4 PM CDT (solo inglés)   |   Ayudar
mx
México
0
 Carrito
Los productos en su carrito de compras Cantidad Precio
Subtotal: Mex$0.00
Mex$0.00

10 Foods to Try in the New Year

These foods are packed with nutrition. Keep reading to learn how to add them to your regular diet. Learn more at eVitamins México.
1.
Mex$358.72
2.
Mex$162.12
3.
Mex$84.55

We're all about balance. While it's great to have weight loss and fitness goals to help you achieve optimal health, we believe in making lifestyle changes that will benefit you now and in the long run. That's why we think a perfect New Year's resolution is to add new fruits and vegetables to your routine to help you get the essential nutrients you need from whole foods. Changing up your diet often will help you stick to a more nutritious way of eating, helping you achieve -- and keep -- the body you may have been after all along.

These 10 foods are in season in January, making this month the perfect time to give them a try:

1. Celery Root -- Also known as celeriac, celery root is a natural source of fiber and has only 42 calories per serving. Celery root makes a wonderful soup when cooked and pureed, perfect for keeping warm in the winter.

2. Chicory -- Chicory greens are an easy way to get more vitamin A into your diet for eye health. You can sautee this bitter green with extra virgin olive oil and garlic for a vitamin-rich side dish.

3. Parsnip -- A root vegetable similar to a carrot, parsnips provide fiber along with vitamin C for immunity. Parsnips can be boiled and then pureed with herbs for a creamy side dish to accompany a lean protein.

4. Passion Fruit -- This incredible fruit offers more than 100 percent of your daily vitamin C and more than half your daily vitamin A per serving along with 25 g of fiber. Add passion fruit to a smoothie to start the day right.

5. Rutabaga -- In addition to your daily vitamin C, rutabaga, a root vegetable, also provides calcium for bone health and fiber for digestive regularity. Roast rutabaga in the oven to bring out some natural sweetness.

6. Turnip -- Turnips provide a good dose of vitamin C, which in addition to supporting the immune system, is needed for healthy skin that heals properly after injury. When cooking, you can use turnips in similar ways to a potato, due to their starchy texture.

7. Tangerine -- Also known as mandarin oranges, tangerines are abundant in antioxidants to fight off free radical damage. Tangerines make a delicious snack all on their own.

8. Jerusalem Artichoke -- One of the many beneficial things about Jerusalem artichokes is the protein they provide for lean muscle. Also known as sunchokes, you can roast Jerusalem artichokes in the oven to bring out their flavor.

9. Blood Orange -- Known for their deep red flesh, blood oranges are bursting with vitamin C. Enjoy a glass of fresh blood orange juice in the morning or use it to make a vinaigrette or marinade.

10. Pomegranate -- This is a reminder pomegranates are in season, offering up delicious flavor as well as fiber and vitamins C and K. Add the arils from pomegranate to a salad for a sweet and sour crunch.

Let us know your favorite way to enjoy these foods. Stay well!

Related Articles:

  • Surprising Facts About Honey and the Bees it Comes From
  • How to Build a Power Lunch
  • 5 Pumpkin Recipes You Will Love
  • Compartir:
    Related Articles You May Like
    Make Your Own Healthier Food Dye
    Make Your Own Healthier Food Dye
    Tea Recipes to Try Over the Holidays (or Anytime!)
    Tea Recipes to Try Over the Holidays (or Anytime!)
    How to Build a Power Lunch
    How to Build a Power Lunch
    Processed Meat: Good or Bad?
    Processed Meat: Good or Bad?
    Strategies for Eating Better In Your Dorm
    Strategies for Eating Better In Your Dorm
    10 Tips for Healthy Eating All Week Long
    10 Tips for Healthy Eating All Week Long
    Turn Your Diet Red, White and Blue
    Turn Your Diet Red, White and Blue
    What You Should Know About Food Additives
    What You Should Know About Food Additives


    RELATED CATEGORIES
    Artículos para el hogar

    Comestibles

    Equipos de Examenes Caseros

    Aceites y Vinagres

    Bebidas

    Condimentos y Aderezos

    Desayuno y Cereales

    Dried Vegetables

    Edulcorantes naturales

    Especias y Condimentos

    Frutas Secas

    Kids Foods

    Nueces y semillas

    Nut Butters & Fruit Spreads

    Panadería y Mixes

    Pasta & Noodles

    Postres y Dulces

    Salsas y adobos

    Snack Foods

    Agave



    Groceries - Productos que te gustará
    Eden Foods Shiitake Mushrooms
    Natren Yogurt Starter
    Eden Foods Organic Canned Beans
    Eden Foods Organic Canned Beans
    Eden Foods Organic Genmai Miso
    Spectrum Essentials Organic Whole Flaxseed
    Cupones y promociones
    Registrese
    eVitamins México, Derechos de Autor 1999-2017. Todos Los Derechos Reservados

    Las declaraciones hechas sobre vitaminas, suplementos, procedimientos u otros artículos vendidos a través de este sitio web no han sido evaluadas por eVitamins o por la Food and Drug Administration de Estados Unidos. Éstos están destinados para diagnosticar, tratar, curar o prevenir enfermedades. La información proporcionada en este sitio es sólo para fines informativos. Como siempre, por favor consulte con un médico o un médico autorizado antes de comenzar cualquier dieta, ejercicio o suplementos, antes de tomar cualquier vitamina o medicamento, o si usted tiene o sospecha que puede tener un problema.

    Politica de Privacidad | Términos y Condiciones