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When choosing a vegetable, select one that’s rich in color, because that also means it’s rich in nutrients. The dark greens of collards, Swiss chard, spinach, and other leafy vegetables supply generous servings of vitamins A and C, calcium, iron, fiber, and protein.

In fact, a single serving of spinach can supply over 200 percent of your daily allowance of vitamin A according to the Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS). Plus, leafy greens are easy to prepare: just boil them or add to a stir-fry for a quick dose of nutrition.

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