These foods were selected based on two factors:
- The first was that they must be full of nutrients like vitamins and antioxidants for your health.
- The second is that they must be under 100 calories per 1 cup serving.
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Kale is one of the most nutrient leafy vegetables to be consumed these days. Besides its rich green color, Kale is full of minerals and vitamins (Vit A, C, E and K), is low in calories, fat free and has phytochemicals called lutein and zeaxanthin.
Robyn Barefoot, RD Registered Dietitian
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