What are names of vegetables?


Cucumbers, bell peppers and broccoli are a few vegetables, according to The World's Healthiest Foods. Other vegetables are cauliflower, celery, beets and carrots. Eggplants, onions and corn are also vegetable names.

She Knows Health & Wellness notes some of the most healthy vegetables to eat, including Brussels sprouts, which are loaded with folic acid, a form of vitamin B that prevents neural tube problems in pregnant women. Sweet potato is a vegetable known for holding cancer-fighting properties such as vitamin A and vitamin C, and it is a good source of fiber and iron. Spinach is another vegetable that contains a variety of vitamins and minerals, and it is known for preventing major ailments such as colon cancer, heart disease and arthritis. Squash is another known vegetable that can prevent asthma and osteoarthritis.

Other leafy greens such as kale, collard greens and mustard greens are also good vegetables to eat, and they contain calcium, potassium and various vitamins, according to CommonSenseHealth.com. Peas are also noteworthy because they are a vegetable that has more protein than other vegetables. Asparagus is another notable vegetable, and it is known for fostering weight loss, treating depression and easing inflammation in the body. Garlic is another food that fights infection and inflammation, and it best eaten in raw form to get the most nutrients.

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