Not all food is created equal, and there are a few that seem to have more to offer than the rest. These foods are not only a great source of nutrition; they are also sources of low calories for anyone who wants to make the most out of a meal.

Kale

Kale is one of the leading health-favorites in the world. Saturated with a wide array of nutrients such as vitamins K, A, and C, as well as other phytonutrients, kale helps to keep the body fresh and in shape. The fiber content also helps to improve digestion while nutrients such as foliate and assorted B vitamins help to keep your energy up with the fewest number of calories.

Onion and garlic

Onions contains sulfides which work as a natural immune booster. Onions help to detoxify the body while it also helps improve your immune system. Garlic also provides very similar benefits to the onion. It’s true that when they stand alone, they can bring tears to your eyes and ward off vampires, but they are even more effective at keeping your body healthy. Both garlic and onion have positive effects on the heart and circulatory system. They both help to reduce cholesterol and decrease blood pressure.

Berries

Blueberries and strawberries are both full of detoxifying nutrients. These berries are packed with vitamin C which is necessary for boosting the immune system and improving connective tissues. They are also high in antioxidants which bind to destructive free-radicals and help you stay healthier overall.

Carrots

Carrots have been renowned for their eye-health benefits. This is because they too are naturally detoxifying. Your eyes tend to accumulate a lot of toxins, slowly affecting your sight. Carrots are a great source of detoxifying agents, namely vitamin A. Carrots also contain lots of anti-aging and disease-fighting phytonutrients and potassium.

Cabbage

Cabbage is perhaps one of the leading super-foods. This leafy plant has never been a popular childhood dish, but does provide the body with plenty of nutritional value. Cabbage contains almost fifty percent of your daily value of detoxifying agents such as vitamin C and A. It also contains vitamin K, which is responsible for strengthening the immune system. Other elements are high levels of potassium, vitamins B1, B2, and B3, along with foliate and omega fatty acids.

Broccoli

Broccoli stems have been associated with cell damage repair. Like cabbage, watercress, and other members of the collard green family, broccoli is an excellent source of nutrition, and because of this, it helps in the prevention of cancer.

When consulting with your West Texas caterer for your upcoming event, be sure to discuss a few healthy selections that will add some flavor and wellness for your guests. Integrate nutrition and tastiness in each dish so that you can really enjoy what life has to offer.