CELERY has anti-inflammatory benefits, including its protection against inflammation in the digestive tract. It is an important source of antioxidant nutrients, such as vitamin C and beta-carotene.
SWEET POTATOES Orange fleshed sweet potatoes are unsurpassed sources of beta-carotene and have a superior ability to raise our Vitamin A levels in our blood. Adding healthy fat when eating sweet potatoes actually increases your uptake of beta-carotene. Sweet potatoes have powerful anti-inflammatory effects while helping to control blood sugar levels.
ZUCCHINI High in Vitamin C and Vitamin B6. Zucchini (summer squash), is an important food source for cartenoids and antioxidants. The skin of the squash is particularly antioxidant rich, so it is worth buying organic and leaving the skin intact while cooking.