Most Popular Vegetables to Eat in America
Broccoli is America's favorite vegetable, with 70% of those surveyed saying they're a fan of the cruciferous plant. It also has a host of health benefits,
including giving the body a burst of vitamins and minerals like vitamins A, B6, manganese, folate, and potassium.
Carrots are the #2 most craved veggie in America, just 1% behind the most popular pick (more on that next), and hungry folks truly use them for everything.
34% say carrots are the most dippable veggie, they are also the most likely veggie to be included in a veggie tray. Plus, they are a vegetable that Millennials will actually eat.
Over half, 55%, of respondents love to eat spinach. Spinach is a delicate vegetable that can be easily overlooked, but its health benefits are indisputable.
It can lower the risk of heart disease, protect eye health as you age, and lower blood pressure. It's definitely worth learning how to use this powerhouse veggie.
In fourth place on the most popular vegetable list, are sweet potatoes, grabbing 53% percent of the vote. Sweet potatoes have sky-high beta carotene levels
4. Sweet potatoes
that can boost immunity, plus a host of other vitamins and minerals.
Asparagus is the fifth most popular veggie in America with 50% of survey respondents saying it's a favorite. This is great news because asparagus is filled with vitamins and minerals
including folate, iron, phosphorus, potassium, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, and zinc. If you've ever wanted to add asparagus to your weekly menu
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