Vegetables have a well-deserved reputation as one of the world's healthiest foods, since they are high in vitamins, minerals, and fibre while still being low in calories.
Peas. Whether it's garden/green peas, snow peas, or snap peas, these little vegetables are surprisingly high in nutrients. Peas are high in fibre and protein
Spinach. With only 23 calories per 3.5 oz (100 g), spinach is high in antioxidants and fibre, which helps to improve digestive health and combat oxidative stress.
Carrots are high in beta-carotene, which has several health advantages for your eyes and vision. They also include the antioxidants carotenoids and anthocyanins
Broccoli includes sulforaphane, a chemical that has been demonstrated to help prevent or reduce cancer risk. Consuming cruciferous, antioxidant-rich vegetable lowers the risk of chronic illnesses