SEVEN SUP­PLE­MENTS FOR VEG­GIE HATERS They won’t re­place the fiber or the full spec­trum of an­tiox­i­dants found in whole veg­eta­bles, but these sup­ple­ments can help fill some gaps if you have dif­fi­culty get­ting your rec­om­mended daily servings.

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or sul­foraphane glu­cosi­no­late, found in broc­coli, cab­bage, and other cru­cif­er­ous veg­eta­bles, is a pow­er­ful an­ti­cancer agent. a red­dish- or­ange plant pig­ment found in car­rots, sweet pota­toes, win­ter squash, and dark leafy greens, sup­ports im­mune health and may pro­tect against cancer. found pri­mar­ily in leafy greens, helps blood clot and is im­por­tant for heart health and strong bones. is a pow­er­ful an­tiox­i­dant found in bell pep­pers, broc­coli, kale, and other veg­eta­bles. It helps re­pair tis­sues, sup­ports im­mune health, and pro­tects against cancer and heart dis­ease. are pur­ple- col­ored an­tiox­i­dants found in red cab­bage, red onions, pur­ple pota­toes, and chard ( beets have sim­i­lar an­tiox­i­dants called be­ta­lains). They’re im­por­tant for heart health and re­duced cancer risk.

a yel­low plant pig­ment found in pep­pers, corn, leeks, sum­mer squash, and leafy greens, pro­motes eye health and vi­sion, and pro­tects against mac­u­lar de­gen­er­a­tion and vi­sion loss.

Sul­foraphane, Beta carotene, Vi­ta­min K, Vi­ta­min C An­tho­cyanins Lutein, Potas­sium,

found in to­ma­toes, pota­toes, spinach, beets, and other veg­eta­bles, is an elec­trolyte that bal­ances the ef­fects of sodium, sta­bi­lizes blood pres­sure, and re­duces the risk of heart dis­ease.

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