At the crossroads of health and hunger, we find that chronic illnesses and other diseases are deeply connected and affected by food security. Our goal is to not only provide the necessary food for those in need but to also share nutritional information and resources that support these efforts.
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Spinach is a carotenoid that fights free radicals to prevent premature aging.
Potatoes are a prebiotic, helping feed the good bacteria in the body and they’re gluten free.
Romaine Lettuce is a great source of vitamin k, a, c and low carb.
Tomatoes help to prevent prostate cancer.
Onions improve bone density, are a natural antibacterial that helps to fight infections, and an anti-inflammatory.
Zucchini is a low calorie, high antioxidant veggie.
Sweet Potato is rich in beta carotene.
Avocados have potassium which can reduce blood pressure and risk of heart attacks, strokes and kidney failure.
Bok choy contains folate which plays a role in the production and repair of DNA.
Broccoli contains multiple potent antioxidants that may support healthy cells and tissues throughout your body.
Butternut squash is technically a low calorie fruit full of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants.
Carrots are a weight-loss-friendly food and have been linked to lower cholesterol levels and improved eye health.
Garlic helps prevent and reduce the severity of common illnesses by boosting the function of your immune system.
Apples are high in fiber, vitamin C, and water content — which can help you stay full, not to mention hydrated.
Grapes are high in antioxidants that may protect against chronic health conditions.
Lemons are high in heart-healthy vitamin C and several beneficial plant compounds that may lower cholesterol.
Cabbage contains powerful antioxidants that may help reduce inflammation.
Pears offer dietary fiber, including prebiotics, which promotes overall digestive health.
Bell peppers contain many healthy antioxidants.