Brown Rice Ground Turkey Eggs Tomatoes Onions Jalapeno Peppers Cayenne Pepper Olive Oil Parsley Pork Quinoa Broccoli Carrots Salmon Cauliflower Acorn Squash Zucchini Cabbage Mushrooms Beef Romaine Lettuce Tomatoes Cucumber Kidney Beans Red Peppers Black Beans Cheese Chicken Chickpea Hummus Celery Ground Beef Whole Wheat Pasta Parmesan Cheese Garlic

Beef, particularly lean cuts, contain high amounts of essential nutrients like zinc and protein.

Whole wheat pasta contains the fibre, B vitamins, and vitamin E that white pasta loses during the refining process.

When eaten in small portions, cheese contains high amounts of calcium and vitamin B12.

Garlic has been known to boost immune systems and benefit the circulartory system.

Our all-natural chicken is not only low in fat and high in protein, but contains no added sodium or fillers.

Chickpeas contain high amounts of complete proteins, which are comporable to those found in meat.

This crunchy vegetable is a great source of vitamin A, phosphourous, and vitamin C.

Kidney beans are high in both soluble and insoluble fibre, and are a fantastic source of protein.

Peppers have an impressive amount of phytonutrients and various vitamins.

Black beans contain many vitamins that support and help maintain the function of the digestive tract.

When eaten in small portions, cheese contains high amounts of calcium and vitamin B12.

Beef, particularly lean cuts, contain high amounts of essential nutrients like zinc and protein.

Lettuce is a great source of dietary fibre, and contains surprising amounts of vitamins like vitamin A and K.

Tomatoes contain high amounts of zera-carotene, phytoene, and phytofluene - antioxidants that can protect your body against harmful diseases.

Cucumbers are known for being a great digestive aid, as they contain a lot of dietary fibre and water.

Salmon has an extremely high amount of omega-3 fatty acids, which can improve cell function and help fight inflammation.

Cauliflower is a fantastic source of vitamins C, K, and B, making it a great subsitution for potatoes.

Acorn squash is high in beta-carotene, which helps our bodies produce vitamin A.

Zucchini is an amazing source of fibre, but also contains high amounts of vitamin C, vitamin A, and manganese.

Rich in antioxidants, both red and white cabbage are excellent sources of vitamin C and manganese.

Low in calories and high in iron, mushrooms are contain large amounts of selenium, which is good or your bladder.

A complex carbohydrate that's low on the glycemic index and full of fibre.

This lean protein is low on the glycemic index, meaning it keeps blood sugar levels stabilized.

An incredible source of protein and healthy fats, eggs also raise HDL (or good) cholesterol.

Tomatoes contain high amounts of zera-carotene, phytoene, and phytofluene - antioxidants that can protect your body against harmful diseases.

Onions have higher nutritional benefits when eaten raw, which include high amounts of fibre and folic acid.

These low-carlorie peppers are extremely flavorful and contain high amounts of vitamin C.

Cayenne pepper is known as a digestive aid and provides a lot of added flavor.

Olive oil contains high amounts of healthy monounsaturated fatty acids.

Not only does parsley help support normal kidney functions, it also is high in vitamins A, B12, C, and K.

Pork is a flavourful lean protein that's also low in fat.

Naturally gluten-free, quinoa is packed full of protein, fibre, and a multitude of other vitamins.

Broccoli is very high in an array of vitamins, including vitamin D, K, and A.

Carrots have a high amount of the antioxidant beta-carotene, as well as vitamin C.