Calories per cup, chopped: 22
According to Lemond, every food hue offers some kind of anti-cancer benefits. When it comes to purple veggies, “you always think of heart health and a lot of cardiovascular benefits,” she says. While you probably won’t be biting into a whole cabbage, cut off a big chunk and toss it into salads or stir-fries. The addition will make your meal more filling and help curb the need to snack as the day goes on.
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