Fall Produce That’s High In Fiber

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Big, bushy bundles of chard should be showing up now – both the Rainbow and Swiss varieties. This gorgeous green is a very healthy choice. One head fulfills nearly your entire day’s requirement for Vitamin C, and is also loaded with iron, calcium, magnesium, and Vitamin E. One cooked cup has about four grams of fiber, and it tastes great when simply sautéed with olive oil, onions, shallots, a little bit of lemon juice, salt, and pepper.

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