Did you know that peas are good for your bones? They contain a vitamin called K1, which is essential for bone health. They're also a good source of folic acid, needed to form healthy red blood cells, vitamin E, which helps protect cell membranes by acting as an antioxidant, iron, which makes red blood cells and zinc, which helps wounds to heal.
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You may find it hard to believe, but potatoes actually contain more vitamin C than a glass of orange juice. The body needs vitamin C to protect cells and keep them healthy, lower cholesterol and fight allergies and asthma. Scientists have also found that potatoes contain a compound that can lower blood pressure.
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