Kale isn’t called a superfood for nothing: it’s a powerhouse of vitamin A, K, C, and so much more (22). It even has a little protein. Kale can be added to smoothies, soups, salads, casseroles, or be made into delicious chips.
Melons aren’t just good for hydration; they’re high in plenty of nutrients. With as little as two wedges of cantaloupe, you can get nearly 100% of your daily value of vitamin A (23). Eat it fresh in a delicious fruit salad, juice it, or scoop it into balls and serve with dessert.
Greens peas are incredibly versatile to use in the kitchen. Best of all, 1 can supplies a third of all the vitamin A you need. Peas also contain plenty of vitamins C, B6 & K, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folate, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, zinc, copper, selenium, and manganese (24).