Bell Peppers

bell peppers

Brighten up your plate and take in a number of nutritional benefits with healthy heaping of bell peppers. Grown in a rainbow of colors, bell peppers are tasty, versatile and nutritious. Bake them, roast them, stir-fry them, or grill them. Choose green, orange, red, or yellow. It won’t matter. Bell peppers taste great and will help to keep you feeling healthy and strong.


1. They’re Rich in Antioxidants

Bell Peppers are excellent sources of Vitamins A and C, two antioxidants that help in the fight against free radicals. Foods that are high in antioxidants have been shown to reduce inflammation and prevent heart disease and arthritis. Antioxidants are also helpful in the fight against some cancers, cataracts, and asthma.

2.  Bell Peppers are Rich in Vitamins

Bell Peppers are an excellent source of Vitamins B, C, E, and K to help keep your body functioning properly and looking beautiful. In fact, one small bell pepper has more than three times the daily allowance of Vitamin C. Choose red peppers for the highest concentration of vitamins.

3.  Bell Peppers are Versatile Enough to Easily Be Added to Your Diet Plan

Each color of bell pepper has its own uniquely sweet flavor and can easily be added to your every day diet plan. Raw bell peppers are great when diced and added to your favorite salad, or sliced and accompanied with your favorite healthy dip. Sautee or grill bell peppers to add some tang to your stir-frys, or remove the seeds from one and fill it with brown rice and beans for a delicious and nutritious baked meal option.