We know that vegetables are great for our diet and for our health, but how many should you eat each day? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), adults should be eating two to three cups of vegetables each day, if they want to maintain a healthy lifestyle. For children, they should be consuming one to three cups of vegetables on a daily basis.
From How To Cook Recipes, this infographic uses data from the CDC to highlight what vegetables are the most nutritionally dense, to help you make healthier and smarter choices for both you and your family. With a nutrient score of 100/100, the CDC considers Watercress to be the most nutritionally dense vegetable out there. It has rather large amounts of vitamin K, which is important for your diet because it's essential for strong bones and healthy blood clotting. How many of these vegetables do you work into your diet?
Infographic by: howtocook.recipes